No its people like you he's laughing at who pay to go to games and eating pies and drinking grog adding to his pension fund, and don't forget that punt you have with his bookie mates.Gil's laughing his arse off at all you tools.
Complain and whinge but please take my money.
I make a point of not giving the AFL a cent. I avoid their media partners who peddle drivvel.No its people like you he's laughing at who pay to go to games and eating pies and drinking grog adding to his pension fund, and don't forget that punt you have with his bookie mates.
I live overseas mate and i see the games the free to air on TV where i live.
AusKick would for the most part would use council owned grounds, dancing would have to rent privately owned, indoor premises. There's probably 100s of 1000s of kids taking part in AusKick which would be run by volunteers. Dancing would be in the 1000s and more than likely have a paid instructor and every time you go somewhere, you have to buy a new outfit.But aren't they reinvesting the money back in to grassroots? There's a reason auskick costs $100 a year and dancing costs thousands. It's not like the profits are lining the pockets of the shareholders. I understand that the business savvy operators want to make as financially sound a product as possible, but I'm not sold on the motives that some people are putting up on here.
Yep, I'm sure I read a few years ago that it's North Melbourne's biggest money spinner for the year. They package them up with the GF breakfast. A lot of the clubs have followed suit now. They package them up with a 4th rate celebrity, a cover band, a few bangers on the bbq and some soggy coleslaw.All clubs get tickets already & most sell them off, its a money grab.
How many MCC and AFL members attended the GF?Weird rant.
Gil is a tool and needs to go but not for the reasons you say.
You whinge about the grand final being at the G and act as though the corporate tickets issue would be limited to the MCG. That’s just bulls**t. You host the grand final somewhere else and you’ve got even more genuine footy fans locked out, while a heap of corporate tickets still get sold.
You can whinge all you like about corporates having a hold of heaps of tickets. It’s never going to change. We are well and truly past that point and have been for years. Money talks in every sport I can think of these days. It sucks that footy has become like this but nothing is going to change. It could be worse we could be like the Super Bowl which has been turned into a ridiculously expensive event that costs an arm and leg to attend.
Yep, the bleedin' obvious, but central to the GF is the MCC, in Melbourne politicians that arent members are wanna be members. The Govt has appointed the MCC to manage the G, & they do a good job for the benefit opf its members, not the owners of the ground.That perfectly illustrates how rotten the AFL is and how flawed their priorities are. It would be such an easy thing to fix.
There are people who will invest decades of their lives and spend tens of thousands of dollars on their chosen club. The whole point of that is hoping to one day see a flag, there's no reason, other than AFL headquarters abject greed and contempt for ordinary supporters, why such a small number of tickets should be available.
It's why the AFL and state government legislation about scalpers rings very hollow indeed- the AFL scalps its own product on a huge scale and at margins which are directly responsible for desperate people heading to Gumtree or Viagogo. The only difference is Kevin_58 from Prahrain probably won't charge you $1500 and force you to eat a plate of scrambled eggs before handing over the tickets he's scalping.
The first Victorian politician of any persuasion who legislated for a hard 75% allocation of tickets to the grand final to be sold at reasonable prices to ordinary fans would get overwhelming support.
How about buy a club 11 home game membership, the money goes to the club and then only attend those home games. Boycott all away games.go protest at AFL house then.
not a jab, the (seemingly) vast majority of footy fans disagree with the way the league is run - but the league faces no consequences cos it's not that simple boycotting your club.
they are so out of touch and obsessed with being Australia's premier league that fans are consistently put last on the hierarchy of needs.