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  • Do you think Barry Hall will play Australian Rules Football again?

    Jul 08, 2009

    Do you think Barry Hall will play Australian Rules Football again?

    • Yes

      31.2%

    • No

      60.4%

    • Unsure

      8.3%

    Total votes - 48

  • Do you support the split round concept during the AFL home and away season?

    Jun 07, 2009

    Do you support the split round concept during the AFL home and away season?

    • Yes

      37.9%

    • No

      62.1%

    Total votes - 95

  • What is your favourite MCG grandstand to watch an event?

    May 05, 2009

    What is your favourite grandstand at the MCG to watch an event?

    • Great Southern

      28%

    • Olympic

      20.1%

    • Ponsford

      15.5%

    • MCC Members

      36.4%

    Total votes - 646

  • Should Terry Wallace coach Richmond for the remainder of the 2009 AFL season?

    Apr 20, 2009

    Should Terry Wallace coach Richmond for the remainder of the 2009 AFL season?

    • Yes

      33.1%

    • No

      52.5%

    • Not sure yet

      14.4%

    Total votes - 118

  • Do you support the new rules implemented for the 2009 AFL season?

    Apr 06, 2009

    Do you support the new rules implemented for the 2009 AFL season?

    • Yes

      26.4%

    • No

      45.7%

    • Too early to tell

      27.9%

    Total votes - 140

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