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Players agree to rally for the cause but Osieck said to be less concerned with the issue of flagging public support, writes Bonita Mersiades
A secret deal between ASADA and Essendon Football Club has surfaced which would result in Essendon players escaping doping sanctions with zero penalties, while at the same time, would see those players under scrutiny at the Cronulla Sharks given a minimum six-month ban. However, formal protests from the lawyers acting for both ASADA and the Sharks have seen this deal abandoned.
According to a private report, the AFL had the highest revenue and attendance levels of all Australian sporting codes.
Football Federation Australia (FFA) has reportedly secured a new five-year broadcast deal worth $175 million. While no new deal has been announced publicly, reports in the Adelaide Advertiser suggest the deal has been done. Incumbent broadcaster Fox Sports is said to have paid $125 million, with SBS, whose return to football broadcasting was reported several […]
New anti-siphoning laws to see NRL and AFL game coverage decided week to week. Socceroos World Cup qualifiers added to icons list for FTA