Players urged to look after mates off field

Footy great and AFL Coaches Association CEO Danny Frawley today called on Victoria’s amateur footballers to take the lead in reducing alcohol-related violence and participate in this year’s Wingman Off-Field Champion Awards.

Wingman is a partnership between the Victorian Government, the AFL Coaches Association, and a number of other sporting bodies, to address the issue of alcohol-related violence and the personal implications of antisocial behaviour.

Mr Frawley said the Off-Field Champion Awards recognised grassroots football players who demonstrated positive behaviour off the field, which set a positive example for their peers. “The AFL Coaches Association is proud to be part of this great partnership which sees clubs across Victoria actively promoting the Wingman message,” he said.


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