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Love Lies Lost
Authored by: Harley Vague on Thursday, March 26 2020 @ 05:22 pm ACDT
There is no reason for football not to bounce back. It's vibrancy will depend on the economy to some degree. The AFL players have been quick to to demand a greater slice of the pie when revenue's increased. Now that pie is gone. IMO the AFL has been a well run business and has directed some revenue into consolidation.It has a strong case to repay any loans. Other sports leagues have little in reserve and poor income structures.Other professional leagues have sports ownership and sometimes I envy those clubs lucky enough to have a benefactor to pour money into a club. In times of economic downturn private ownership can be the catalysis for disaster. I would still like to see FTA television broadcasting AFL repeats because I only have the Sydney Swans and the Fremantle Dockers premiership years on hand to watch.