The launch of the 2020 AFL season begins like no other year in the sport's history. With the onset of the covid-19 pandemic, reigning premiers Richmond prepare for grave financial implications.
The season resumes as sides return to training. Eddie Betts confronts racial abuse on social media as the Black Lives Matter movement impacts the season. Naitanui prepares to join the Gold Coast hub, while Rory Sloane gears up for the Showdown.
Tensions rise as players and clubs adjust to this season shaped by covid-19. Poor form haunts Stephen Coniglio while Eddie Betts focuses on playing good footy in the aftermath of racist vilification.
The stakes are high as players and clubs battle to manage the constantly shifting goalposts of 2020. With covid-19 cases rising in Melbourne, all clubs leave Victoria. To keep the season alive, the AFL announces 33 games will be played in 20 days.
Competition intensifies as all clubs fight for their place in the final eight. Everyone seeks the motivation and mental strength they need to be at their best.
Adelaide Crows and GWS face off in a season defining contest for captains Rory Sloane and Stephen Conglio. Meanwhile, Stuart Dew shows how far he'll go for his Suns players and Eddie Betts anticipates a family reunion.
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