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I thought it was the Chardonnay set that followed the swans lol .... who are also apparently racist Hogan’s lol.


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what a pile of shit we seen today!
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pussycat wrote:
Sat Sep 28, 2019 7:46 pm
what a pile of shit we seen today!
Yes, very disappointing. Great year, poor finish. Very poor finish.



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AngloFootballLeague wrote:
Sat Sep 28, 2019 5:20 pm
Fred wrote:
Sat Sep 28, 2019 4:48 pm
AngloFootballLeague wrote:
Sat Sep 28, 2019 2:17 pm


Where are the swans? 38 years & can't draw a TV audience. Never produce more than player every draft. What you are saying giants can be niche.
Swans are going great guns. Crowds .. tick ... sponsorship ... tick ... media coverage .... tick ..... growth in Australian Rules participation, clubs, leagues ... tick . Could rating be better ... sure but when you combine fta and fox they are okay.
Little media coverage in Sydney. Auskick numbers don't count. Very few Sydney players coming through to main league. Aging, white fan base...
Swans Most fans
Highest crowds, memberships & sponsors that only an nrlol club could dream of! Ever increasing of kids from nsw picking up the game & being drafted!

You mean all this with little media coverage! Yet most sponsors still see the swans for best value for money!
Wow!


For participants numbers it’s been proven time and time again that it’s league with their bs numbers
Abc
Clearing house of sport
Erass
Roy Morgan
All show that afl numbers are more accurate than the nrlols greatly exaggerated numbers!

Btw do you think the storm will ever add to the one player from Melbourne to their list



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notaleaguefan wrote:
Sat Sep 28, 2019 8:21 pm
AngloFootballLeague wrote:
Sat Sep 28, 2019 5:20 pm
Fred wrote:
Sat Sep 28, 2019 4:48 pm


Swans are going great guns. Crowds .. tick ... sponsorship ... tick ... media coverage .... tick ..... growth in Australian Rules participation, clubs, leagues ... tick . Could rating be better ... sure but when you combine fta and fox they are okay.
Little media coverage in Sydney. Auskick numbers don't count. Very few Sydney players coming through to main league. Aging, white fan base...
Swans Most fans
Highest crowds, memberships & sponsors that only an nrlol club could dream of! Ever increasing of kids from nsw picking up the game & being drafted!

You mean all this with little media coverage! Yet most sponsors still see the swans for best value for money!
Wow!


For participants numbers it’s been proven time and time again that it’s league with their bs numbers
Abc
Clearing house of sport
Erass
Roy Morgan
All show that afl numbers are more accurate than the nrlols greatly exaggerated numbers!

Btw do you think the storm will ever add to the one player from Melbourne to their list
One swans player drafted this year - one last year. Number hasn't improved in almost 20 years.
Participation increase mainly angloflw fad & a bit of fiction let's be honest.



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Quolls2019 wrote:
Sat Sep 28, 2019 8:10 pm
pussycat wrote:
Sat Sep 28, 2019 7:46 pm
what a pile of shit we seen today!
Yes, very disappointing. Great year, poor finish. Very poor finish.
Played like you'd expect an anglofl team from western Sydney would.



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AngloFootballLeague wrote:
Sat Sep 28, 2019 8:47 pm
Quolls2019 wrote:
Sat Sep 28, 2019 8:10 pm
pussycat wrote:
Sat Sep 28, 2019 7:46 pm
what a pile of shit we seen today!
Yes, very disappointing. Great year, poor finish. Very poor finish.
Played like you'd expect an anglofl team from western Sydney would.
You really are a complete idiot.



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Game couldn't have gone worst for anglofl - no chance of picking up fans after that.



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Again you are wrong.
I predict and quote me, Attendances next year for GWS will be higher than for this year.



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Quolls2019 wrote:
Sat Sep 28, 2019 9:45 pm
Again you are wrong.
I predict and quote me, Attendances next year for GWS will be higher than for this year.
But will they be legitimate?



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As legitimate as the NRL estimates.
As an offside, I don’t like league but I just saw some highlights of tonight’s game, and as much as I don’t think Storm are a real Melbourne side let alone Victorian I reckon they may have been harshly dealt with.



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The_Wookie wrote:
Fri Sep 27, 2019 9:07 am
So lets revisit this [from pages 24-26 of this thread.]
Terry wrote:
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We're not jumping at shadows pal. The naming rights is effectively a secret deal. Spotless did not renew after 2018. No doubt they then went to the market and after a while they took it off the market.

The suspicion would be they had little or no interest at least at the price they wanted. I mean why would they take it off the market if they had a Etihad, Westpac, Qantas or some other corporate heavyweight lined up? It's nonsensical.

The obvious conclusion is they couldn't sell the rights and scrambled to save face.

If they come out from behind their secret cave and give a reasonable story that proves me wrong I will attend back to back Giants games dressed as Izzy Folau!!!!!!!!
leeroy*NRL* wrote:
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i am wary of the whole scenario too...

I do also think it was a great ploy by the Gws or AFL
whoever came up with idea, in naming the stadium

GIANTS STADIUM

do i have any evidence ... no..

but i am backing that it is funded by the AFL
leeroy*NRL* wrote:
Thu Jul 18, 2019 10:23 am
lol Millions of sponsorship dollars for GWS stadium Deal.

by a Fan Group..

i think i have heard it all now
AFLcrap1 wrote:
Wed Jul 17, 2019 10:16 am
The whole idea of naming rights is to get your name seen .
This GWS secret naming benefactors is laughable .
It's beyond laughable .
There's no reason for someone to remain silent ....
It's not like a gift to the club as happens in sports .
This is naming rights for the stadium .....advertising in sport ...to be seen .
get your name or company's name seen by fans & tv viewers .

Lol

If there was a Sportsbet market I'd say it'd look like this

$1.01. GIl & AFL house
$1000.00 anyone else ..individual ..company ..or group..
Terry wrote:
Wed Jul 17, 2019 10:44 am

Let's say there are private benefactors willing to give away millions of $$$ in secrecy, totally without recognition. Why would they not just give the money to the club. Why would they anonymously attach their money to the naming rights of the stadium??

Are they not now depriving the club of more money by taking the naming rights out of play. Wouldn't a benefactor who cares about the club so much just give 'em the money and say 'now get yaself a naming rights sponsor'. Like you know.....get even more money in the bank.

Nup. This story is smoke and mirrors AFL 101.
and now today with John Stensdolt in the Australian


Meet the mystery American bond traders who are in charge of hundreds of billions of investor dollars globally, but have quietly been putting their own millions into the GWS Giants.

Market gurus and Pimco executives Dan Ivascyn, the Boston-born “bond prince”, and New York-based Marc Seidner will both be in Australia by Saturday morning in time to see the Giants clash with Richmond in the AFL grand final at the MCG.

The sports-loving pair maintain an extremely low profile when it comes to their passion for Australian rules football, but are understood to have also backed the Giants financially and become an integral part of the club’s off-field operations.

That has extended to having close relationships with Giants president Tony Shepherd and chief executive Dave Matthews, and coach Leon Cameron. They are also, accordingly to one AFL insider, a “significant” part of the group of anonymous corporate supporters who have stumped up $2.5m annually to buy naming rights for the club’s home ground, known as Giants Stadium since the beginning of the year.

“It is important to say what they are doing is sports philanthropy and is on their own and not with their company’s brand attached to it,” GWS president Tony Shepherd told The Aus­tralian.

“They have fallen in the love with the game, and with the team, and we are blessed to have these sort of people involved with the Giants. They came to us, it was not a matter of us approaching them. They certainly don’t want any publicity. But they have very quickly become experts in the game.”

Mr Ivascyn is Pimco’s group chief investment officer and a managing director of the firm’s Newport Beach office in Los Angeles, and has arrived in Melbourne ahead of Saturday’s match.

He manages Pimco’s Income Fund, which reportedly has more than $300bn in funds. A highly ­diversified yet defensively positioned fund, it has been attractive to investors shifting back to the bond product due to interest rate cuts and monetary easing policies by central banks around the world.

He would not comment on the record when approached by The Australian. Sources say he is a keen sports fan of teams in his home town of Boston as well as well-known world teams such as the Brazilian national soccer team.

Mr Ivascyn has been to several AFL grand finals in recent years — he was said to have been travelling to Melbourne regardless of whether GWS won through to the season decider — and will be at Saturday’s game with colleague Mr Seidner, the chief investment officer of Pimco’s “non-traditional” strategies and head of portfolio management in the firm’s New York office.

The pair are understood to have been introduced to the ­Giants by Pimco’s Australian boss, Robert Mead, and another of the club’s corporate supporters in Michael Hope of the Hope ­Estate winery in the Hunter Valley, NSW.

Mr Mead and Mr Hope, an enthusiastic corporate supporter of the Giants, had previously met at a corporate function at the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne and hit it off when talking about the AFL.

That led to Mr Mead inviting Pimco’s American executives to a recent AFL grand final and then later forming a relationship with Giants management.

The American pair are now said to visit Australia and the Giants up to five or six times a year, and also attended at least one Giants final this season.

“They have a good knowledge of the Giants business plan and, like anything they do, the money is not going there without them knowing what is being done with it,” one league insider told The Australian. “In particular, they like the ­Giants story about making connections with the community and how they’ve started from scratch and are building from there. It is similar to an entrepreneurial story they can relate to in that way.”

Mr Ivascyn and Mr Seidner are also members of the Giants’ exclusive coterie supporter group, M7, led by president Mr Shepherd and also including business identities such as pub baron Joel Fisher of Balmoral Hospitality Group, Chris Larsen of Ironbark Asset Management and Giants director Adrian Fonseca.

Other M7 members include Mr Hope, Efex Group founder Nick Sheehan, corporate lawyer Rob Kardos of Kardos Scanlan and importer and manufacturer Michael Pilkington.
This one seemes to have slipped through to the keeper.

Back to back Giants games Terry.....
You may need to travel to make this happen.
What are you plans?
I figure you'll be true to your word.


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Think of the good that money could do & they're sinking into this crap.



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