The impact of WA’s hardline border stance on their two AFL clubs
The AFL’s two Western Australian clubs loom as big losers out of the state’s draconian border measures, with increasing fears the Eagles and Dockers will be forced into hubs again this season.
6PR football analyst Brad Hardie, who won the 1985 Brownlow Medal, told 3AW the clubs were “realistic” about what possibly lay ahead.
“They are really frightened, commercially, in one sense that they’ll have to go into a hub,” he said on 3AW Breakfast.
“They know what is coming.”
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