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By Southern you must be meaning south of Cape York

Yes I have heard of soccer, and if they ever start referring to soccer as a southern sport they would have a good argument against that.... just like Aussie Rules.


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Re: Drop-in wickets another example of AngloFL ruining Australia

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Fred wrote: Sat Jul 06, 2019 11:21 am
AFLcrap1 wrote: Sat Jul 06, 2019 8:40 am
AngloFootballLeague wrote: Sat Jul 06, 2019 7:37 am

Ever heard of soccer?
Lol
Excatly mate .
I don't reply to that poster .
He's a piece of shit human being .

You are right ,sokka is popular all over ..doesn't make it a national game .
Afl is far more popular in the southern states where it originated .
Hence southern
RL is King in the northern states.
It's not hard to understand ...unless you're a brainwashed fumbler..
Okay. Point number 2. Afl is dominant (or king) in Western Australia . Not a southern state. Aussie Rules also dominant in NT. Again, as the name notes... not a southern state. So yes, rl May be king in most of nsw (not near border of vic.. e.g Riverina) Aussie Rules is king in the south, in the west, and in parts of the north. Rl would love to have the saturation Aussie Rules has in non traditional states. You can go pretty much everywhere and play Aussie Rules. Broken Hill for example is all Aussie Rules ... not southern.

So to recap .. WA and NT are not considered southern states.
Yeah I think this is what gets them so sulky. Australian Football, although being a long way back, at least has a presence in League states, I think it's a main contributor as to why they're so spiteful and sooky when it comes to the big bad AFL.

Does RL even have a comp in Victoria?
The irrelevance down here, even after the Storms remarkable dominance and collection of all time superstars, really seems to get under the skin of the Northern League fan I think.


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The_Wookie wrote: Sat Jul 06, 2019 9:24 am
leeroy*NRL* wrote: Fri Jul 05, 2019 7:48 pm
notaleaguefan wrote: Fri Jul 05, 2019 6:21 pm
Where are you getting the research from
As one test and some shorter formats of the game don’t make that much money
when you take into account
1 test match = 5 days
handful of ODI and T20's
plus BIG BASH>

than corporates and members which is expensive for a day at the cricket.

Cricket is the prime money maker for the SCG Trust.

11 AFL games just do not cut the $$
Citation for that? Number of event days is pretty much the same for the AFL and Cricket. Annual Reports dont specifiy who pays what.
It was stated by Rodney Cavalier. You know, the bloke who was on the SCG board for 18 years and chairman for 14. There is some chance he would know.


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Beaussie wrote: Sat Jul 06, 2019 10:56 am
The_Wookie wrote: Sat Jul 06, 2019 9:24 am
leeroy*NRL* wrote: Fri Jul 05, 2019 7:48 pm

when you take into account
1 test match = 5 days
handful of ODI and T20's
plus BIG BASH>

than corporates and members which is expensive for a day at the cricket.

Cricket is the prime money maker for the SCG Trust.

11 AFL games just do not cut the $$
Citation for that? Number of event days is pretty much the same for the AFL and Cricket. Annual Reports dont specifiy who pays what.
Yeah be interesting to see something other than a cricket tragic journos opinion on this matter. Seems odd that the AFL attracts more spectators to the SCG than cricket but somehow brings in less money. Like you, I could not find any breakdowns in the SCG Trust annual report. :hmm:

I dunno beatup but it seems pretty clear to me. A game of fumbling goes for 3 excruciating hours. A test cricket match goes for 7+ hours X 5 days if played to the end. For the sake of the argument lets say it's 30 hours.

That's the time equivalent of 10 games of painful fumbling. The swans play 11 home games per year. Add in ODI's, BBL & T20 internationals for cricket. Obviously there is massively more game time for cricket to make revenue. I.E. booze, food, merchandise etc etc etc.

Pretty simple stuff pal!!!
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The_Wookie wrote: Sat Jul 06, 2019 1:30 pm
Terry wrote: Sat Jul 06, 2019 12:13 pm It was stated by Rodney Cavalier. You know, the bloke who was on the SCG board for 18 years and chairman for 14. There is some chance he would know.
Thats not a citation.
https://www.smh.com.au/sport/cricket/sc ... 523ut.html

Happy with that pal??

Rodney said, "The business of the SCG, the clear majority of revenue comes from cricket and cricket-related membership subscriptions."


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The_Wookie wrote: Sat Jul 06, 2019 1:46 pm Thats better, but the source is still very biased. but it is what it is.
Yes, he is apparently a cricket lover. However he would know the figures intimately and I couldn't see him lying as he would be easily found out.

Also: One of the main reasons the AFL states for drop in's is: "the league's primary concern was the effect the cricket square would have on the presentation of the game to fans in NSW." So they're worried about how the game looks to their small overall fan base in NSW.

There is a pretty easy counter argument to that - what about the presentation of the game of cricket to 1.3 bill Indians. 200 mill Pakistani's. 60 mill poms. Let alone 24 mill Aussies, Etc etc etc.

I predict this issue will go nowhere. The natural pitch shall remain. Forever!!


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Wookie, errrrm wtf are you doing in this thread? You abused a new member for making it and told him to fuck off.

Now all of a sudden ur in here asking for citations?

Seriously pal, Have some dignity!

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I find Cricket as boring as AFL. But saying that, AFL can't expect to tell another code what to do on a shared venue in their off season.

Would be like Melbourne Victory telling the AFL to play on a rectangular version of the mcg because they are using the venue the next day.

I heard them talking about this the other day and someone said if the SCG & Cricket Australia said to the Swans no.
What exactly can the AFL do?
Is not like there is an abundance of other large scale round venues they can use instead in Sydney.
Homebush ANZ is going rectangular soon so that is not an option.

The Swans have no choice whatever the decision.


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NRL&NFLweLaughATafl wrote: Sat Jul 06, 2019 4:49 pm I find Cricket as boring as AFL. But saying that, AFL can't expect to tell another code what to do on a shared venue in their off season.

Would be like Melbourne Victory telling the AFL to play on a rectangular version of the mcg because they are using the venue the next day.

I heard them talking about this the other day and someone said if the SCG & Cricket Australia said to the Swans no.
What exactly can the AFL do?
Is not like there is an abundance of other large scale round venues they can use instead in Sydney.
Homebush ANZ is going rectangular soon so that is not an option.

The Swans have no choice whatever the decision.
No! It would be nothing like the victory telling the afl tonise a rectangle field

The swans did threaten to leave for anz several years ago when negotiations for a new playing contract stalled due to swans wanting a better deal!

The scg wouldn’t boot the swans away due to need a winter tenant and easily being the most valuable football team in Sydney!

The swans along with some other afl clubs in other states wouldn’t have another venue to play at due to simply being to big a game for suburban shit shacks! Something the nrl and its minnow little teams struggle to come close to filling :lol:


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It’s an interesting scenario. I think you are right ... where would the swans play otherwise. Would they threaten to move to spotless ?? Doubt it. They’d certainly have a bumper crowd if they did. Maybe they’ll threaten to have smaller games there ?? But can’t see it. If the afl did have somewhere to go, they would be in prime position to force this as regardless of who or what generates more income, the swans revenue is still significsnt.


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Fred wrote: Sat Jul 06, 2019 5:19 pm It’s an interesting scenario. I think you are right ... where would the swans play otherwise. Would they threaten to move to spotless ?? Doubt it. They’d certainly have a bumper crowd if they did. Maybe they’ll threaten to have smaller games there ?? But can’t see it. If the afl did have somewhere to go, they would be in prime position to force this as regardless of who or what generates more income, the swans revenue is still significsnt.
AngloFL played predominately in well healed areas of city by white private school kids. A move out west would result in crowds similar to plastic gws.


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Fred wrote: When soccer gets the crowds Aussie Rules does and membership then maybe you may have a point.
It does; A League finals & derbies, International matches, visiting overseas clubs. Socceroos & Matildas have wider appeal on TV.


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AngloFootballLeague wrote: Sat Jul 06, 2019 5:50 pm
Fred wrote: When soccer gets the crowds Aussie Rules does and membership then maybe you may have a point.
It does; A League finals & derbies, International matches, visiting overseas clubs. Socceroos & Matildas have wider appeal on TV.
When the Sokkawhoos play in something WC related
Or a side like from EPL or Europe etc play every thing else no! Look at the ayeleague ffs! It makes the nrlol look not so pathetic


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The_Wookie wrote: Sat Jul 06, 2019 3:14 pm Hey KE, as I said earlier, I really dont give a fuck what you say.

Ill do what I do.
‘oh fuck off already. Not every whiny ass thought you have needs a thread’

:lol:

Just wanna ask you one thing dear wookie. Which thread was it that you stated this in only minutes after the thread was posted?

Great to see ur now engaged in the most popular thread there’s been here in a long time now wookie :lol:

Fair dinkum, take it off adumb and Give urself a tool of the month status. :lol:


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