1990 AFL Draft

1990 AFL Draft

The 1990 AFL Draft was the 5th annual draft of Australian rules footballers to the 14 clubs in the Australian Football League. It consisted of the national draft held at the end of the 1990 season, the pre-season draft, held before 1991 AFL season and a mid-season draft.

Clubs receive picks based on the reverse of the position in which they finish on the ladder during the season. This was introduced as an equalisation strategy in response to the increasing transfer fees and player salaries.

Read more about 1990 AFL Draft:  National Draft Rules, Background, Pre-Draft, Players, Bits and Pieces, Preseason, Pre-Draft Picks, Pre-Draft Trades
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