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International footy forum 2008
Authored by: Brett Northey on Monday, October 20 2008 @ 09:59 am ACDT

Ideally all working in together would be best. The ammos providing exchange programs and touring teams of appropriate level, the AFL supplying some corporate clout / contacts, occasional elite exhibition games (preferably NAB Cup or main season) and pathways for elite juniors. The wheels are slowly turning, it's a matter of getting these things bedded down and regular so they don't disappear when there's a change of staff or whatever.

Your interview on Day 2 of the US Nats with the guy from WA was very encouraging.

Brett Northey - Co-founder and Chief Editor of WFN

International footy forum 2008
Authored by: Michael Christiansen on Tuesday, October 21 2008 @ 10:13 am ACDT

very interesting "Export Product".

That's very interesting. I don't know enough about trade and finance to understand that fully.

re. the Ammos. For some time yet, they offer a perfect resource - especially at lower levels - of footy for fun, a perfect environment for travelling 'internationals' to develop a network and drop by to train for a few weeks and perhaps play in the magoos.

I still hope to instigate some form of (at least initially) VAFA D3/D4 '9s' style lightning premiership - - something that could slot into the international calender of '9s' tournaments - and perhaps in between IC's, that a Euro, or Asian, or Nth Amer squad might jet into Australia for a run at such a tournament.