MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JANUARY 08: Jobe Watson of the Bombers marks the ball during an Essendon Bombers AFL pre-season training session at True Value Solar Centre on January 8, 2016 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Michael Dodge/Getty Images)

AFL to delay decision on Jobe’s Brownlow

The AFL will wait until Essendon’s appeal to a Swiss court before making a decision on the legitimacy of Jobe Watson’s Bronwlow Medal.

The League was expected to make a ruling next week, but have opted to wait, with the Herald Sun reporting that Watson is understood to be one of the players appealing his guilty verdict.

Essendon players who have opted to appeal their guilty verdict will not be applying for an injunction to their bans as they risk two year suspensions, but will instead aim to clear their names in a Swiss court later this year.

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