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PostPosted: Wed Aug 19, 2015 9:38 pm 
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 Post subject: Re: AFL TV Deal
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 Post subject: Re: AFL TV Deal
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Shouldn't this be in the Lounges - Other Sports - Forum?


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 Post subject: Re: AFL TV Deal
PostPosted: Wed Aug 19, 2015 10:06 pm 
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ozzie owl wrote:
Shouldn't this be in the Lounges - Other Sports - Forum?


It belongs in the Stir The Pot forum

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 Post subject: Re: AFL TV Deal
PostPosted: Wed Aug 19, 2015 10:15 pm 
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Shouldn't this be in the Lounges - Other Sports - Forum?


Not really.

People are quick to post anti AFL threads on here to compare to A League.

I think it's relevant and also the silence on the matter speaks volumes


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 Post subject: Re: AFL TV Deal
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El Paso del Norte wrote:
ozzie owl wrote:
Shouldn't this be in the Lounges - Other Sports - Forum?


Not really.

People are quick to post anti AFL threads on here to compare to A League.

I think it's relevant and also the silence on the matter speaks volumes

That's probably where those threads should go too.


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 Post subject: Re: AFL TV Deal
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El Paso del Norte wrote:
ozzie owl wrote:
Shouldn't this be in the Lounges - Other Sports - Forum?


Not really.

People are quick to post anti AFL threads on here to compare to A League.

I think it's relevant and also the silence on the matter speaks volumes


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No. But there is no harm in being positive to AUFC.


Maybe everyone doesn't adore AUFC

Last time I checked it's not an AUFC supporters only forum

So no need to tell them to 'F OFF'


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 Post subject: Re: AFL TV Deal
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NFI there even was one.


You had no idea of a multi billion dollar TV deal in the sporting industry but I bet you knew that AUFC beat Alice Springs tonight :wink: :lol:


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 Post subject: Re: AFL TV Deal
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if the next HAL TV deal goes up significantly up as well who cares what AFL deal is?


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 Post subject: Re: AFL TV Deal
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ozzie owl wrote:
if the next HAL TV deal goes up significantly up as well who cares what AFL deal is?


To put the current deal into perspective

Last deal FFA signed - $40m over 4 years

New AFL deal - $415m a year over 7 years

Huge!!


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 Post subject: Re: AFL TV Deal
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Wow a big gap between current AFL and FFA deals pretty obvious .

What it's important is that that FFA negotiate significant increases for football in this country.


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 Post subject: Re: AFL TV Deal
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Wraith wrote:
ozzie owl wrote:
if the next HAL TV deal goes up significantly up as well who cares what AFL deal is?


To put the current deal into perspective

Last deal FFA signed - $40m over 4 years

New AFL deal - $415m a year over 7 years

Huge!!


Same same but different!!!

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No. But there is no harm in being positive to AUFC.


Maybe everyone doesn't adore AUFC

Last time I checked it's not an AUFC supporters only forum

So no need to tell them to 'F OFF'


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 Post subject: Re: AFL TV Deal
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ozzie owl wrote:
Wow a big gap between current AFL and FFA deals pretty obvious .

What it's important is that that FFA negotiate significant increases for football in this country.


Most definitely - and that it flows back to grassroots.

Hopefully the increase can go towards sending National youth sides to tournaments overseas - as Government funding being pulled and no Natonal team sponsor seem to be taking its toll.


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 Post subject: Re: AFL TV Deal
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What was the TV revenue of Soccer Australia in 2004 ?

I would say mega bucks lower than $40m a year.

Same .

Same.


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 Post subject: Re: AFL TV Deal
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the sport has money, but the grassroots is screwed, they will lose most of it chasing growth in nsw and qld which just wont happen


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 Post subject: Re: AFL TV Deal
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Wraith wrote:
ozzie owl wrote:
Wow a big gap between current AFL and FFA deals pretty obvious .

What it's important is that that FFA negotiate significant increases for football in this country.


Most definitely - and that it flows back to grassroots.

Hopefully the increase can go towards sending National youth sides to tournaments overseas - as Government funding being pulled and no Natonal team sponsor seem to be taking its toll.


I agree funds need to flow through to all levels of the game :

1. Junior coaching.
2. Junior facilities.
3. Financial stabilising the HAL clubs.
4. Further expand and grow the FFA cup.
5. Focus on growing the second tier NPL competition.


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 Post subject: Re: AFL TV Deal
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Lol at the republicans on here. Are we supposed to be jealous? You lot agree on everything its hilarious. And then just come on here and say hey!? What did you think of the afl tv deal? Wink wink nudge nudge

I bet your even happy on some level. Lol wierdos. Heaven forbid you post a thought on actual football

Forum provocateurs lol i bet you would even pretend to be happy if adelaide won the league


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Wraith wrote:
Stuckey wrote:
NFI there even was one.


You had no idea of a multi billion dollar TV deal in the sporting industry but I bet you knew that AUFC beat Alice Springs tonight :wink: :lol:

Of course I actually care about that.


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 Post subject: Re: AFL TV Deal
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Lol at the republicans on here. Are we supposed to be jealous? You lot agree on everything its hilarious. And then just come on here and say hey!? What did you think of the afl tv deal? Wink wink nudge nudge

I bet your even happy on some level. Lol wierdos. Heaven forbid you post a thought on actual football

Forum provocateurs lol i bet you would even pretend to be happy if adelaide won the league


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 Post subject: Re: AFL TV Deal
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At least topic moved to right place.


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 Post subject: Re: AFL TV Deal
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great article by Roy Masters on the politics behind this. dollar amount had to be higher than the NRL / 9 deal after the NRL screwed Foxtel out of the State of Origin. Rupert Murdoch sticking it up the new NRL Commission.

hopefully this translates to football, but is unlikely.


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 Post subject: Re: AFL TV Deal
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why are people shocked and why so insecure


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 Post subject: Re: AFL TV Deal
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End of Rupert has always been an AFL follower, and likes to put money where he is likely to get a best outcome. There would be a hint of "looking over the shoulder" at football/A-League but its still a long way off and clearly why the comparisons are made with the NRL still.

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 Post subject: Re: AFL TV Deal
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End of Rupert has always been an AFL follower, and likes to put money where he is likely to get a best outcome. There would be a hint of "looking over the shoulder" at football/A-League but its still a long way off and clearly why the comparisons are made with the NRL still.


The dude is like 90, isnt it just the last couple of years where he put his money into AFL? I may be wrong though. Also wasnt he part of the NRL super league concept a long time ago?

Rupert is just interested at investing where he can make money, full stop.


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 Post subject: Re: AFL TV Deal
PostPosted: Fri Aug 21, 2015 12:18 pm 
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End of the day, AFL has the bigger audience and supporters over nrl and aleague, so you would expect a bigger tv deal.

Interesting to see how the afl spends this extra money, putting into grassroots could allow them to catch "soccer" as the no1 participated sports in juniors.

Aleague in its current state will find it hard to compare with afl in regards to tv deals.

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