These other teams and supporters have also lost family and loved ones to Australia’s war efforts.
They also would like to attend a footy match on this day .
Ideally ,they would like to see their team play on Anzac Day.
Those two teams have enjoyed this preferential draw from the afl for a long time.
In the true Anzac spirit of the underdog prevailing against great adversity can other teams be given a chance to play?
A rotation amongst all the teams for match honours is fair and equitable .
All teams should get a chance to play on this one day a year.
Their fans should be able to choose to go and see them.
Will the match always remain between the afl’ s two favoured sons or will the aussie way of all getting a fair go prevail?
Patriotic fans will don their teams jumper , jersey, guernsey and attend the sellout match just to be part of the spectacle and support footy .
Many would like to see a changing of the guard and have the match more fairly distributed between all clubs and their fans.
Why doesn’t the AFL give it a go?