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Update 3/01/21: Apologies to fans looking for TV schedules. Our staff has continued to be disrupted by illness. We do have word on Fox sports coverage for US fans: Fox and the AFL remain in negotiations for a new contract and once an agreement is reached, we expect coverage to return on Fox. We'll try to get updated schedules for Canada done this week. It goes without saying - we can use more volunteers. We exist because of generous donations from fans. We need your support. Live match listings are posted to Facebook and Twitter each week. We now have our radio info available on a Google Calendar - see the radio page for details (though info from the AFL on radio coverage has been delayed some weeks). Our schedules are free for personal use. Reuse, reposting, etc. on any other media must credit AFANA. 

 

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McGuire Resigns From PIes

In January, Collingwood president Eddie McGuire announced that he would be stepping down from his role at the end of year. However, he has decided to step down immediately after calls for his resignation and criticism of comments he made after a report of a "culture of racism" at the club was leaked to the media prematurely. The club had commissioned an independent investigation last June after former defender Heritier Lumumba (aka Harry O'Brien)  told of the racism he encountered during his time at the club.

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2021 AFL Life Members, Jack Titus Award

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The AFL has announced their annual life members and the winners of the Jack Titus Award for service to the game. The life membership awards will officially be presented at the league AGM in March. Nine players and coaches qualified automatically by reaching the total of 300 games as either player or coach, including preseason games and international rules.

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CTE Found In Shane Tuck

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The Australian Sports Brain Bank has revealed the late Shane Tuck had a severe case of CTE, making him the third AFL player - after Graham "Polly Farmer and Danny Frawey - to have suffered from the crippling neurological disorder. The former Richmond star died in July last year at the age of 38 after a lengthy battle with mental health issues. Tuck’s family agreed to donate his brain to the Brain Bank and it was revealed he had stage three CTE.  Neuropathologist  Michael Buckland said, “It’s the worst case I’ve seen so far.

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Saint Roberton Takes A Break

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St Kilda defender Dylan Roberton is taking some time away from the game to contemplate his career. Robertton, 29, collapsed during a game against Geelong in 2018 due to a heart condition. He returned for the 2019 preseason but suffered another incident during a game and sat out the entire season. He came back for the first round of the 2020 season but again missed the rest of the year.

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Hawthorn Great Passes

Hawthorn released a statement to announce the passing of club legend Graham Arthur on January 11 at the age of 84. He was a star forward, playing 232 games and kicking 201 goals 1955-1968. He captained the Hawks to their first premiership in 1961.

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US and Canada TV Schedule

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AFL West Coast v GWS, Round 2, 2019 Optus Stadium.
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