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Andrew Demetriou

Andrew Demetriou

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  1. Former AFL chief executive Andrew Demetriou has added another role to his growing corporate portfolio, after being appointed as chairman of diagnostic imaging provider Capitol Health. FULL ARTICLE AT The Age

  2. ‘Charged $8000 for absolutely nothing’

    A TRAINING company advised by former AFL boss Andrew Demetriou has been accused of targeting vulnerable people. FULL ARTICLE AT The Courier Mail

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Andrew Demetriou (born 14 April 1961) is the chief executive officer of the Australian Football League and a former Australian rules footballer. He is the youngest son of Cypriot immigrants who made his fortune in the dental import business (an older brother, Jim, played senior football for Essendon in the mid 1970's). Recruited from Pascoe Vale, Demetriou played for the North Melbourne Football... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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