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SPONSORED POST: Swans up and about

Seven rounds into the AFL season and Sydney have already showed their intent to challenge once again. The disappointment, once again, at the hands of Hawthorn last year – has turned catalyst to a rejuvenated Swans who have cleaned up

Much of this success is down to the fluid mobility of the midfield and high intensity press that allows them to shut down teams within minutes. Dan Hannabery has been key to this process. Sitting in the top ten uses of the footy in the league, Hannabery has enhanced his game to become a new vocal leader on the field supported by his brilliant work ethic.

Hannabery’s strike-mate Josh Kennedy also features in the list with just over 200 disposals in seven weeks of football, averaging 28 possessions a week. Sydney’s midfield is the top of the chart for hit-outs, and you can see why. A new sense of ‘team spirit’ has caught ahold in Sydney.

From the supporters upwards, the Sydney Football Club looks as bright and bold as ever. This ‘team’ mentality is best shown in the latest innovative of the Swans and Volkswagen – introducing the VW Fans Support Unit. A unique football concierge service aimed to assisting Sydney’s biggest off-field team players.

Wouldn’t it be nice to have someone stand in the food line for you so you can focus on the action, instead of the mad half-time rush to grab a pie and chips? How about getting a lift to the game your favourite AFL footballer or even better, get John Longmire to give you some tactical assistance in your new renovation project!

Volkswagen has pulled together some of Sydney’s best; Kurt Tippet, Kieren Jack and Leroy Jetta to lead the brand new Fan Support unit to assist fans in having the best game-day experience and pre-game journey possible.

Find out more about the VW Fans Unit and get involved!

This is a Sponsored Post for VW Fans Support Unit. 

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