Afl Additional Services Agreement

It`s a matter of details, but it could indicate reasons why the rest of the deal is a bit boring. Without full agreement on parsen, we can only react to what we see in front of us. There will be changes, especially with regard to the impact of the significant increase in the salary cap in 2017. This is the key and the first case where the agreement itself cannot be analysed is a problem. It`s unclear whether the AFL has actually admitted to players that they earn a fixed share of revenue or whether they have accepted dollar amounts that resemble a fixed stock. The 2015-2016 CBA contains nearly 20 pages of rules on player access, performance, transmission policies, image licensing and other branding issues. The new deal is expected to introduce additional rules that could hamper our ability to better understand and appreciate the softer side of the league. From there, the growth of the cape is much leaner. Salary will increase by 1.2% in 2018, 1.3% in 2019 and 2% per year in the three years to 2022. The SAA ceiling increases by 3% per year for the rest of the agreement. The AFL and the players agreed on Wednesday on the principle of a new salary agreement for 2021 and beyond, which several club officials describe as a “significant gain” for the players. As part of the revised agreement, the AFL and AFLPA also agreed to set up a working group to explore future revenue creation opportunities, such as. B a revised game and revised rules for independent agreements and trade restrictions imposed on players.

The AFL and its players yesterday reached a six-year deal worth about $US 2 billion, after nearly 18 months of lengthy negotiations. It`s a deeply disappointing deal that does nothing but put a price on the new head of the league. “What`s important is that there is no reduction in funding for programs and services that support mental health and player development off the field, as well as the Injury Fund to support our former players.” The AFL and AFL Players` Association have agreed to a revised wage agreement for 2021 The AFL and the AFL Players` Association have agreed to amend the collective agreement for 2021 in response to the ongoing effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, and have also agreed to work towards a new agreement for the period 2022-2024. . .