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The AFL has agreed to let two of its highest ranking figures resign and be replaced.
AFL CEO Gillon McLachlan has decided he will take on a job working on AFL issues for the AFL Council, a group of football management experts that advises the AFL on its governance structure and its plans to improve players' welfare and s온라인바카라afety.
Former North Melbourne coach Mark Thompson and ex-Crows chairman David Noble will replace McLachlan when he steps down in November.
But some key figures are likely to walk away as the AFL moves closer to a deal with state government to end its collective bargaining period.
Noble, who was an AFL executive committee member, will leave his role as director of football with the AFL to continue his consulting role and his pay will not be subject to salary cap restrictions.
Thompson, a for보성출장마사지mer Gold Coast player, will resign with the AFL to continue his paid role as chief executive officer with AFLAC.
He will retain full employment status as it relates to his salary while in charge of AFLAC.
Noble's future as part of the AFL's executive committee will be decided by the AFL Council in the final weeks of the season.