This article popped up this arvo. http://www.foxsports.com.au/afl/afl...t-club-1-million/story-e6frf3e3-1227638141124 I've harped on about this in the fixture thread a bit, but felt it was time for its own discussion. All I hear from opposition fans is "Oh but Geelong have the biggest home ground advantage in the league", but it seems when it comes to the AFL, we play where they tell us to. Seems absolutely obscene that Etihad tenants like North can sell games to Tasmania in order to make money, yet we have to make up a "home game", losing hundreds of thousands of dollars in the process. Can anyone possibly explain the thought process behind this, because from where I stand, it's blatantly robbing a club of valuable dollars for seemingly no reason?