Friday, April 01 2016 @ 10:29 PM ACDT
Contributed by: Wesley Hull
In an interview yesterday with Melbourne radio station 3AW’s Neil Mitchell, AFL chief Gillon McLachlan once again floated the distant possibility of an AFL team one day being based in New Zealand.
The full interview can be heard by following the link: http://www.3aw.com.au/news/gillon-mclachlan-says-new-zealand-most-likely-country-for-international-team-20160331-gnvt7a.html and playing back either of the video links. However, the most salient aspects of the interview are outlined below.
AFL boss Gillon McLachlan says New Zealand is the most likely location for the league's first internationally-based team.
While not on the agenda short-term, McLachlan said it could happen within 30 years.