Knee-jerk reactions are nothing new in AFL football. Neither are media “hot takes”. Throw in some validation from a senior coach or two and you have the perfect ingredients for some major campaigning, whatever the issue.
These days, it can happen on almost a weekly basis. But the one group often conspicuously absent from all the lobbying often seems to be the football public. And I reckon we’re starting to see it happen again.
The subject this time is the length of games. It seems…
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