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  2. Rode his luck one too many times. He will get a week for that.
  3. Bring in Preuss if that’s the case. Its a no brainer.
  4. Let me get this straight....You’re a Melbourne supporter and it amazes you?
  5. Another one. This time a right jab to the Suns player's jaw. Vision is on the AFL site https://m.afl.com.au/video/2019-05-25/ablett-jab-to-the-jaw-gives-away-free Looks like a closed fist to me. Watch him get let off yet again.
  6. I reckon most were undercover and at the bars. I am amazed how many people attend the footy and stand in a bar all day. Each to there own I guess.
  7. Shirely they can't save him now, Shirely.
  8. Angry man at the moment, he swung with his left first and missed. I don’t think anyone can help him with this one but, AFL and fair dinkum split up a long time ago.
  9. Just like a dog that gets the taste for fresh blood, Gary better be put down.
  10. What's up with Ablett, it's like after the first one he's got a taste for it - he's got the bloodlust.
  11. No way did it look like 80,000 plus at the G from the TV, a Richmond mate at the game isn’t paying it either. Did they take pre sales into account?
  12. Christian will say Miles was staging and practically call him a sook.
  13. My guess is Christian will deem it as insufficient force. Nothing to see here. Next week, Ablett roundhouse kicks someone’s head off.
  14. wow, its like Ablett is trying to get suspended. Im sure the protected pansy will be let off again
  15. I bet on the tigers to win the wooden spoon over a decade ago, had a fair bit on it as well and with about 6 rounds to go Sportsbet paid out. Tigers ended up winning a few and getting off the bottom. Sportsbet do it for the publicity. I’m still talking about it.
  16. Intentional, medium, high is two weeks. Even if argued to be low impact, he still gets a week. Surely Christian can’t deem this one as unintentional.
  17. Jon Ralph (@RalphyHeraldSun) Tweeted: Much better angle of Ablett. If AFL fair dinkum he gets a week. He just punches Miles in the bottom of the jaw https://t.co/ZYNdxayZOL
  18. Miles clearly chin-butted Ablett’s fist. He should cop a week downgraded to a fine along with a written apology to Ablett.
  19. not really... afl: https://www.smh.com.au/business/companies/afl-to-announce-2b-broadcast-deal-20150818-gj1ppz.html News Corporation to pay about $1.3 billion of a record $2.508 billion six-year deal the league has struck nrl: https://www.smh.com.au/business/companies/nrl-inks-18-billion-record-tv-rights-deal-20151126-gl8nvg.html News Corp's Fox Sports set to pay around $1 billion for the pay television portion of the rights cricket: http://theconversation.com/seven-and-foxtel-snag-cricket-rights-meaning-more-content-but-maybe-not-for-free-94976 Foxtel will pay A$100 million per year and promises to “show every ball of every over bowled in Australia”, also part of the new deal. Foxtel will have a dedicatedcricket channel. so it's actually: afl: $1.3bn / 6 years = ~$220m pa nrl: $1bn / 5 years = ~$200m pa cricket: $1bn / 6 years = ~$170m pa a LOT of that value will be contra advertising too, so the actual cost of it could be less
  20. THE AFL will reap a major financial windfall after striking a colossal new six-year, $2.508 billion broadcast rights agreement. The new deal will see Channel Seven, Foxtel and Telstra continue as the League's broadcasters under the new deal, which will run from 2017 to 2022. https://www.afl.com.au/news/2015-08-18/afl-on-the-verge-of-signing-new-tv-deal The NRL has reportedly signed off on a record $1.8 billion TV deal for seasons 2018 to 2022. https://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-11-26/nrl-tv-deal/6976996 Cricket Australia has put a tough couple of weeks behind it with a massive new $1.2 billion TV rights deal, which puts ODIs and T20 Internationals behind a pay wall for the first time. The joint bid between free-to-air operator Seven West Media and pay-TV's Foxtel divides up coverage of all forms of men's and women's cricket over six years and is double the previous $600 million rights package with the Nine Network. https://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-04-13/cricket-coverage-shakeup-with-seven-and-foxtel-winning-rights/9652964 Of course the unknown in all these deals is the amount paid by Foxtel and the figure paid by the FTA channel. Most media pundits have suggested that the foxtel share is more than half. It has been used as a loss leader by Foxtel but my point is that the Kayo play is evidence that Foxtel has given up on this ploy. Conversely to make money on Kayo they need to reduce the cost of content.
  21. Ablett can’t keep his hands down. Nice little jab on Miles’ chin. Let’s see how this plays out.
  22. Or would we be adding a proven forward who actually goes looking for the ball and is capable of leading to provide a target?
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