The AFL has shuffled its executive structure with Gillon McLachlan promoted to the new role of deputy chief executive officer.
McLachlan has been chief operating officer at the AFL since 2008 and earlier this year knocked by a huge offer to be the head of the National Rugby League.He will now fill the role of acting head of football operations until a replacement is named for Adrian Anderson, who leaves this week.
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