AFL's Competition Committee Announced

Dangerfield, McGuire among members

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AFL has announced the 12 people from football industry who have been asked to join the game’s new Competition Committee.

The initial player representatives will be Patrick Dangerfield (Geelong) and Steven May (Gold Coast).

The initial club president representatives will be Colin Carter (Geelong), Eddie McGuire (Collingwood) and Peggy O’Neal (Richmond).

The initial club CEO representatives will be Andrew Fagan (Adelaide), Andrew Ireland (Sydney) and Justin Reeves (Hawthorn).

The initial club coach representatives will be Chris Fagan (Brisbane Lions) and Brad Scott (North Melbourne).

And the initial club football manager representatives will be Chris Davies (Port Adelaide) and Craig Vozzo (West Coast).

The committee will guide discussion around decision-making for the AFL Commission and AFL Executive on key aspects of the future direction of the game. 

Representatives will stay on the committee for a maximum of three years and the AFL envisages all clubs getting the opportunity to be represented, via rotation, at some point in the future.