Norm Smith Medallist
- Mar 29, 2007
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- Other Teams
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One of the key figures in sports gambling has opened up about the millions flowing to footy from wagering companies.
Interesting article although not surprising. It seems like all the stake holders have their snouts in the trough.
I remember when it wasn’t a big thing.
You could see head to head odds and a few other markets, but the biggest thing for most people for the office/pub footy tipping.
For me I’d be happy if the AFL/clubs forgo any income from spots gambling, as the article states it survived the ban on alcohol advising.