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Australian Football League Calls A$5,000 Salaries For First Year 'Fair And Equitable'

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 09 / 01 / 16

An Australian Football League spokesperson said that it is "fair and equitable" to pay players in the inaugural national women's league A$5,000 ($3,800) for the entire season, as the players' union "says salaries are still the subject of negotiation," according to Larissa Nicholson of the SYDNEY MOR...

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