The price just isn’t right as AFL Victoria slugs country footy clubs

AFL chief executive Gillon McLachlan has been urged to launch a probe into how AFL Victoria in managing country football.
AFL chief executive Gillon McLachlan has been urged to launch a probe into how AFL Victoria in managing country football.

EVERY year AFL Victoria receives about $50 for every registered player in country footy.

The money is collected by the clubs and passed on to AFL Vic.

This fee is meant to cover insurances and affiliation to AFL Vic Country.

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