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Australian Footballer Sam Kerr Draws Host Of Commercial Offers

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 09 / 21 / 17

Matildas striker Sam Kerr is poised to follow Tim Cahill "as an Australian footballer with mass-market appeal," according to Tom Smithies of the Sydney DAILY TELEGRAPH. Kerr has reportedly received a "host of commercial offers amidst the acclaim that the Matildas have garnered for their amazing run ...

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