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    AFL players have agreed to a 50 per cent pay cut until the end of May and are prepared for games until December to ensure the season is completed

    AFL players have agreed to a 50 per cent pay cut until the end of May and are prepared for games until December to ensure the season is completed


    The bitter stand-off between the AFL and its players has ended, with the two parties agreeing to a pay deal during the coronavirus shutdown.

    The players' pay cut will increase to 70 per cent if the season is delayed beyond May 31, but will stay at 50 per cent when games recommence.

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