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How Sarah broke through racism and sexism to become a Victorian football league CEO

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When Sarah Loh arrived in Australia in 1977 her Chinese mum gave her some advice: the best way to assimilate was through sport.

“So having two older brothers we just played cricket in summer … and when it came to winter we played football, because that’s what Aussie kids did and we just didn’t…



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