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The Dockers have just proved that Australian Rules is no longer a sport, but a business! And what dirty business it has proven to become. We know the Dockers are in a Labor stronghold and as a friend said;'is that what their management learned from Julia'? Kevin Rudd experienced the same. In my working days both sides had to give two weeks notice, if on a wages level or a month if on a 'salary', unless one had committed a fraught! Obviously that has gone by the wayside or it does not apply in the Football world. Mark has done nothing of that nature, but it seems management has. What support did they offer Mark with all those injured players? I wonder who would like to 'work' in an environment when it is managed by the likes of the Dockers management? As for the players, they are obviously only just the pawns in the 'business', without a say! That is a kin to what happened in the Communist Countries. Maybe the players should revolt against a management like that, as it would happen to them as well. Where would that leave management with their 'sport club'?

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