Yep. I an
Yep. I am. And whilst perfectly aware of the definition of economics and it’s blurring of the integrity of the sport I’m glad you raised it. Same rules apply (or don’t depending on which club we’re speaking about) Anzac Day; Collingwood and Essendon pioneered it so they have perpetual rights, Dreamtime at the g- don’t see that being shared around; somehow Carlton and Richmond lay claim to opening game, queens birthday; it’s tradition! What a crock. Whilst I can appreciate these are standalone games as opposed to a weekly timeslot, I definitely feel we have been completely shafted in a timeslot that we pioneered. We’re lucky if the afl throws us a bone and we get a few a year. Why do the arguments/rationale change when north are involved? Economically driven fixturing is exactly why we find ourselves relatively underexposed. The effects of underexposure on our club is a discussion for another time suffice to say it significantly impacts the very economics you speak of....Are you one of those that spits out ......but but but we are the ones that started friday night football ??
Look up the word economics in the dictionary:- this will help you.