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League Notes: Goyder Defends AFL Commission's Actions Over Staff Resignations

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 07 / 26 / 17

Australian Football League Commission Chair Richard Goyder "strongly defended " the commission's " actions over the resignation of two senior staff over illicit affairs," arguing there would have been "tidal waves" of opposition "if that had not been the outcome." Goyder said that the AFL woul...

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