Drop-in wickets another example of AngloFL ruining Australia

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notaleaguefan wrote: Thu Jul 18, 2019 3:19 am
AFLcrap1 wrote: Wed Jul 17, 2019 7:59 pm
notaleaguefan wrote: Wed Jul 17, 2019 7:14 pm
The hate comes from the league fans who suffer a large inferiority complex and are scared see their pathetic game as superior & everything non league as a threat

You haven’t learnt to share grounds, you just stamp your feet and sell games for a buck
The tax payer flips the bill for the club home grounds and whilst the clubs and league still demands for stadium and club ground up grades

Something no other code has
The afl has well out grown club grounds and plays in stadiums something all states only have one or two
Of

The nrlol plays in club grounds something that there is more than enough of
Here we go another rant full of absolute shit
I posted we share grounds .
You then say we havnt .
A straight out lie .
Latest stadium BW.. used by RL Sokka Ru
Same with aami
Suncorp
You need help
You're a compulsive liar ..
Then onto the well used tax payer rant .
Same shit over & over .
You ignore th billions of tax payer $$ used for afl stadia .
Wookie was right .
You're a peanut
Because the nrlol still have their tax payer funded club grounds to play at! The afl does not

The states wa and as got stadiums! Where are the clubs home grounds and how did they get money out of it
Jesus Christ you arè dumb
All major grounds are tax payer funded .
In fact thle afl have gouged far more out of govts than the other football codes.
You keep repeating te same Shit over & over
You just ignore the money spent on AFL & go into some jealous rant about RL .
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Though it would be an easy call for the amount of money earned at the SCG through Cricket..

Memberships and Corporate Boxes at the cricket are very expensive..
the 5 Day test Match especially when popular teams tour generates alot of money..


(would be very interesting to see the outcome of the Ashes Series at the SCG what it earns in takings

I recan the ASHES TEST at SCG would alone make more than the swans easily in any given year..


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Now now Leeroy commonsense might say that is probably close to accurate .
An international sport will be far more valuable than a domestic one with corporate facilities .

Sadly I think our brainwashed friends will not see it this way .


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leeroy*NRL* wrote: Thu Jul 18, 2019 10:49 am Though it would be an easy call for the amount of money earned at the SCG through Cricket..

Memberships and Corporate Boxes at the cricket are very expensive..
the 5 Day test Match especially when popular teams tour generates alot of money..


(would be very interesting to see the outcome of the Ashes Series at the SCG what it earns in takings

I recan the ASHES TEST at SCG would alone make more than the swans easily in any given year..

Yep. When looking at revenue you would need to go in 4 year cycles. The ashes and Indian tests are massive. As are ODI's and T20's against them. Some of the other countries not so much. The introduction of the BBL has added massive revenue streams in recent years & has plenty of potential for more.

The Swans have been perennial finals participants and made many GF appearances over 25 years. They have basically maxed out their potential in that time. This year they will miss out on the finals & are apparently in a re-building phase that could take many years. At best they will maintain their revenue levels. At worst they will plummet. Their next 4 year cycle could be their worst in decades.

Cricket clearly has a massive advantage with many forms and levels of the game that can be played at the SCG. The potential is far greater. There is not a chance in hell they will lose this argument.
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yep agreed
Corporate wise A sport with many levels( international appeal) will be more valuable than a domestic sport ..lol THIS IS WHERE AFL FANS GET STUCK .
A ONE TRICK PONY will not compete with cricket $$$ wise with international appeal .

It's like the ratings ....they like to look at it from the one view ....limited as it is


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AFLcrap1 wrote: Thu Jul 18, 2019 10:15 am
notaleaguefan wrote: Thu Jul 18, 2019 3:19 am
AFLcrap1 wrote: Wed Jul 17, 2019 7:59 pm
Here we go another rant full of absolute shit
I posted we share grounds .
You then say we havnt .
A straight out lie .
Latest stadium BW.. used by RL Sokka Ru
Same with aami
Suncorp
You need help
You're a compulsive liar ..
Then onto the well used tax payer rant .
Same shit over & over .
You ignore th billions of tax payer $$ used for afl stadia .
Wookie was right .
You're a peanut
Because the nrlol still have their tax payer funded club grounds to play at! The afl does not

The states wa and as got stadiums! Where are the clubs home grounds and how did they get money out of it
Jesus Christ you arè dumb
All major grounds are tax payer funded .
In fact thle afl have gouged far more out of govts than the other football codes.
You keep repeating te same Shit over & over
You just ignore the money spent on AFL & go into some jealous rant about RL .
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Is the difference that the afl usually contribute to funding of the stadiums ? I understand the nrl are not as financially viable as the afl however.


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leeroy*NRL* wrote: Thu Jul 18, 2019 10:49 am Though it would be an easy call for the amount of money earned at the SCG through Cricket..

Memberships and Corporate Boxes at the cricket are very expensive..
the 5 Day test Match especially when popular teams tour generates alot of money..


(would be very interesting to see the outcome of the Ashes Series at the SCG what it earns in takings

I recan the ASHES TEST at SCG would alone make more than the swans easily in any given year..

I would be interested too. I think a one off event like a test would be more in demand re corporates .. as it is once a year as opposed to every second week. So supply and demand make dictate. However a purchase of a season long box also has its benefits as can get more use out of it. Be interesting to see the figures.


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yeah i have no doubt Cricket wins this battle and has more funds for its fixtures at the SCG

It is a no brainer..

and i agree with Terry A 4 Year Cycle would tell a bigger story>>
As 1 year to the next for Cricket could jump 200-300% with the big Sides of England and India.

(i wonder how much the 2015 World Cup Semi Final Bought in against India..

I was there, luckily enough to be invited, paid Corporate ticket for the match
which was $850.00 per person if you added the box up.

what an amazing day it was..


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AFLcrap1 wrote: Thu Jul 18, 2019 11:58 am yep agreed
Corporate wise A sport with many levels( international appeal) will be more valuable than a domestic sport
Although it might be true in NSW and Queensland. Its not true anywhere else.
..lol THIS IS WHERE AFL FANS GET STUCK .
A ONE TRICK PONY will not compete with cricket $$$ wise with international appeal .
If the AFL makes more money from broadcast income and sponsorship domestically without international appeal then who gives a damn. Leaving aside the fact the AFL made $380 million more than Cricket Australia last year.
It's like the ratings ....they like to look at it from the one view ....limited as it is
And like the ratings, you only see what you want to.


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AFLcrap1 wrote: Thu Jul 18, 2019 11:58 am yep agreed
Corporate wise A sport with many levels( international appeal) will be more valuable than a domestic sport ..lol THIS IS WHERE AFL FANS GET STUCK .
A ONE TRICK PONY will not compete with cricket $$$ wise with international appeal .

It's like the ratings ....they like to look at it from the one view ....limited as it is
Look at all the corporate, revenue flows & contracts

The one trick pony dwarfs cricket and belts the nrlol

Well we know the in the eyes of the financial institutions that the nrlol is a risk regardless of contracts and revenues :lol: :lol:


It’s funny how real world always differs from you and the other dweeb league fans


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notaleaguefan wrote: Thu Jul 18, 2019 6:25 pm Well we know the in the eyes of the financial institutions that the nrlol is a risk regardless of contracts and revenues
was. at one time. not any more. knock it off.


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The_Wookie wrote: Thu Jul 18, 2019 9:08 pm
notaleaguefan wrote: Thu Jul 18, 2019 6:25 pm Well we know the in the eyes of the financial institutions that the nrlol is a risk regardless of contracts and revenues
was. at one time. not any more. knock it off.
Only a few years ago! And it was twice they were knocked back one for 50 mill second time for 30mill
So an organisation with billion dollar contracts and revenue flows of several hundred million can’t get a loan or a line of credit and we have continuously listen to the dribble from the dribbler league fans how their code is most valuable and afl is a one trick pony

This is back when nearly every one could get a loan

Two year ago is a long time in football and business but to be rejected only shows the true reflection the worth it is seen as in the eyes of a financial institutions

Btw while we are here one time a few years ago

How many more times to we need to hear about the Lawson report given how many times it’s been explained


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Standard of Australian batting has dropped since prevalence of drop-ins. Australia struggled with a bit of movement in world cup semi - maybe direct result of anglofl push.


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AngloFootballLeague wrote: Fri Jul 19, 2019 9:35 am Standard of Australian batting has dropped since prevalence of drop-ins. Australia struggled with a bit of movement in world cup semi - maybe direct result of anglofl push.
yeah has nothing to do with the lack of sheffield shield play and the focus on BBL and t20 or anything like that. Its all the mean old AFL.


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The_Wookie wrote: Thu Jul 18, 2019 9:08 pm
notaleaguefan wrote: Thu Jul 18, 2019 6:25 pm Well we know the in the eyes of the financial institutions that the nrlol is a risk regardless of contracts and revenues
was. at one time. not any more. knock it off.
Lol
Did he .
Lol no


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