Indigenous numbers are dropping in the AFL, which is worrying AFL CEO elect Andrew Dillon

Underlining the wider concern, the AFL Players Association has appointed Indigenous leader and former AFL Indigenous boss Jason Mifsud to chair its restructured and bolstered Indigenous advisory board.

“In recent years the specific cultural rights and interests of Indigenous players have been ignored far too often and I’m determined to support the players’ association to address this,” Mifsud said.

Aliir Aliir marks during Port Adelaide’s win over Geelong.Credit: AFL Photos


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