The AFL has a lot to do to change its image, but the most important part of the agenda is not so much how the league is changing as how it’s changing its culture.
It’s time to start changing the AFL’s image, and the best way to do that is to take a look at the most recent history of the AFL.
We need to understand what has worked and what hasn’t in recent years.
We also need to learn from the mistakes that we made in the past.
The AFL has made some bold moves to attract and retain young people, including bringing the league to the UK.
The league has done a good job at making it accessible to the world and, as a result, there has been a resurgence in the number of people attending the games.
The AFL also has a strong commitment to sustainability, and it has the backing of a large portion of the industry.
But there is a big flaw in the AFL model: it’s not sustainable.
The world is moving away from big sporting events and towards smaller ones, and, in the process, the game has been driven towards ever more complex forms of entertainment and entertainment.
The games are increasingly becoming entertainment centres, not sporting centres.
And as these increasingly complex entertainment centres take over, they will be even more dependent on live broadcasting to provide entertainment.
There is a growing risk that live sports will become the dominant form of entertainment in the future.
The answer to this challenge is to bring the AFL into the 21st century.
The biggest issue is that it’s a big, expensive business.
We know that the league has had to make big strategic decisions about how it operates and what it will cost to run.
It has to adapt to changing technology, as well as to the changing demographics of its fans and the demand for its games.
To do this, the AFL needs to start paying more attention to the future and the role of live sporting events in attracting new fans and attracting them back into the game.
It also needs to change the culture of the game, and this requires a radical overhaul of how the AFL plays its games and how the sport is perceived and represented.
The new AFL should be based on four pillars: