AFL 2021 LIVE updates: GWS Giants, Richmond Tigers put final hopes on the line
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Incoming president Luke Sayers and the Carlton board will evaluate the independent review of the soccer department without a soccer director to assist them in their decision-making process.
Carlton’s great Chris Judd is set to officially step down from the board at the end of the season alongside outgoing president Mark LoGiudice after making clear his intention to leave the club in May, a month before the independent review was called. .
Colin Carter’s report on Tasmania’s bid for an AFL team has found a strong case for inclusion in the AFL, but said that a relocated Victorian team or a joint venture with a Victorian club should be considered before a 19 license. , much to the anger of the Tasmanian government. they don’t want to “rent” one side of AFL.
The report outlined three options: an independent team, a relocated team, and a team that plays most of its games at home, “a joint venture,” in Tasmania, and AFL CEO Gillon McLachlan said Friday that While Tasmania’s case was strong, a path to the league was “less clear.”