According to reports, one of AFLW’s most well-known figures was traded to a rival club after breaking up with Carlton’s headlines.
According to reports, Taylor Harris has found a new home in AFLW.
Last month, Harris reportedly became a leading figure in women’s football Take a stand against online trolls Who took aim at the picture of her flying at full speed- Is seeking $150,000 per season from Carlton.
Harris’ base salary is approximately $28,000, and the rest comes from income from marketing and promotion work.
However, negotiations with the Blues broke down, which means The 24-year-old player will not compete in the Navy Guernsey next season.
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Harris’ manager advice It may take a while for AFLW stars to stay away from football It made headlines after splitting with the Blues.
But as revealed by Fox Sports reporter Tom MorrisOn Monday, the Melbourne Devils and Carlton reached a trade agreement, and the deal is expected to take effect on Tuesday.
Melbourne captain Daisy Pierce played with the three-time all-Australian in the exhibition match before the start of AFLW, she said She will be a “huge” addition to any club.
“I think her football is of great value,” Pierce told SEN last week.
“She didn’t have the best season (2021). Taylor may be the first to admit this, but I think there will be many people in football and life who didn’t have the best year last year.
“Because she is a player, but also because of the stage in her life that she is entering, the thought of being able to fight alongside her makes me very excited.”
Pierce explained that she is in regular contact with Harris and they have caught up to discuss the impact of the media on her $150,000 salary request.
“I catch up with Taylor from time to time, just like in the past few weeks, when she has gone through all of this, I will answer the phone, and then I will keep up with Melbourne (as a potential destination).
“Everything I have about Tyra and the conversations I have, I don’t see any signs that money is her biggest driving factor. She wants to return her feet to the original and possible positions.”
Meanwhile, Richmond’s Sabrina Frederick joined Collingwood after playing for the Tigers for two years.
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The two-time all-Australian said on Monday: “I look forward to the next chapter in my life and become a very special part of Collingwood.
“I am very happy to be able to grow professionally and challenge myself. I can’t wait to start being black and white.”
Jane Woodlands-Thompson, general manager of Collingwood Women’s Sports, said: “As a basic player of the AFLW, Frederick’s mature and natural leadership will be popular in the group.
“For a player who has not missed an AFLW game since the first round of the league, there is a lot to say.”
— With NCA NewsWire