A meeting between Premier Peter Gutwein and AFL chief executive Gillon McLachlan on Thursday night is set to pave the way for further clarity, or way or another, on the state's push for its own AFL team.
The Premier on Thursday said he "expected to hear from Gillon McLachlan" on Thursday night, with the outcome of that conversation set to be shared on Friday.
The clarity call has come following the AFL's resolution to establish an independent review into Tasmania's business case for a team, which was handed to the state government early last year, which would complete its work as late as early 2022.
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Last week he said he'd had two "very constructive" conversations with the AFL boss over the issue in recent times.
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