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How do you manage a professional sporting team split in two?

Brisbane Times Thursday, 7 February 2019
How do you manage a professional sporting team split in two?With seven players based full-time in Tasmania, Kangaroos AFLW coach Scott Gowans has had to navigate a path walked only once before.
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