I think I just have a few questions.
If I vote for the same team as the players, then will it matter?
If not, then who is voting for who?
Will they be getting any more value from the votes?
What if the teams in question are in the same division?
How many times do I have to vote?
Will there be a second round?
Are there a few people who don’t know the teams and just want to vote for their favourite team?
The list goes on and on.
And the vote is going to be weighted by the number of votes received.
So, how will we know who is doing the best work?
I have some ideas for how this could work.
In theory, there are no rules in the AFL which prevent you from voting for your own team.
So you can choose to support the team that you love, or vote for a team you don’t really like.
That way, you won’t have to worry about being influenced by the other people who voted for the other team.
In practice, though, this has only happened twice before.
The first was in 2014 when, after the Essendon v Richmond series, there was an outcry because the other teams were not getting enough votes.
The other teams had been in the top 10 for a long time, so they had more support than any other.
The Essendon-Richmond series was a perfect example of how not to vote.
But this year, there has been a wave of fan support for the Hawks.
The votes were good enough to win the premiership.
But the vote was not enough.
We are not saying we should abandon the Hawks as a team.
But I think there are some issues with the voting process.
For example, how many votes does it take to win a premiership?
If you voted for two teams, you would need to have won every game against each of those teams.
In other words, you had to win every game in the last 16 games.
I have no idea how many times a team will win a game.
That is one thing.
I don´t know how many games the Hawks have won.
If they lose the last game, it means they have won less than the previous eight games, or they have lost a couple of games.
Or maybe it is just because they lost the last home game.
If that happens, they are not a great team, because they have not won games in their last 16 matches.
The voting process can be complicated.
The AFL has said it will not reveal the numbers, and I think that is because it is not a good idea.
The teams are not given a chance to explain themselves to the fans, and it is a difficult process.
We need to make the vote a fairer and more open process.
I am hoping that the fans will be able to take the time to read through the votes, understand the process and then make their own choices.
And I am hopeful that the league will provide the information in the future.
I think we can make a faireer and more transparent vote.
I want to see it happen in 2017.