Posts Tagged "David Gallop"
Eagerly awaiting the announcement of the A-League 2013-2014 draw, we were left to ponder which teams would be favoured upon the commencement of Friday night live free-to-air football.
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Football Federation Australia (FFA) boss David Gallop does not believe it would be a “disaster” for the Socceroos to not qualify for the 2014 World Cup.
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It was a message that reverberated around the room last Thursday night, as fans from around New South Wales met at FFA headquarters in Sydney.
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Over the past few seasons fans have called for the ‘FFA Cup’ concept to become a reality.
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Football Federation Australia boss David Gallop has declined to guarantee the job security of under-fire Socceroos coach Holger Osieck.
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David Gallop says the A-League won’t budge in its polarising scheduling plan for the final round of the regular season, with matches played over four days rather than simultaneously.
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I would like to preface this article by mentioning that I was a staunch supporter of Sydney Olympic in the old NSL, and have also firmly booked a seat on the Western Sydney Wanderers bandwagon from the announcement of its creation.
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Today could well be remembered as one of the most important days in recent Australian football history.
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Ignoring the drugs hysteria, there is a big problem in rugby league around the dashing Manly fullback Brett Stewart. For the sake of this young man, the Manly Football club needs to act like an adult and protect their player.
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The stunning first year success of Western Sydney Wanderers is likely unprecedented in world sport, according to Football Federation Australia boss David Gallop.
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There are numerous advantages of staging the A-League in the opposite season to the other football codes. The most obvious would be the better share of media coverage, as well as the benefits of hosting the season through the holiday period.
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He might now be involved in the world game but new Football Federation Australia (FFA) CEO David Gallop looked like a man with the weight of the world off his shoulders in Brisbane on Thursday.
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It’s flown by so quickly. We’re already up to round eight of the new A-League season. This means we have only two more weeks of fresh fixtures until we see repeats of games we’ve already seen this year.
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This is a brave new world for media practitioners and that was no better illustrated than by the reaction on Friday to speculation which linked David Beckham with a move to the A-League.
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Some football fans may have been hoping David Gallop’s first press conference as FFA CEO resembled a rally at the Zeppelinfeld with Gallop’s spray-tanned face screaming about the glory of the world game and declaring war on all other football codes.
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The FFA say David Beckham’s agent has been in touch to express an interest in him coming to the A-League this season. A Beckham spokesperson claims there is no such plan. Welcome to the big world of international football.
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This week was David Gallop’s first in the job since taking over as chief executive of Football Federation Australia from Ben Buckley, and fans have had plenty to say about his appointment.
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David Gallop is a West Brom fan. We know this because he told us. In his first public appearance, the new Football Federation Australia boss went on the front foot to try and endear himself to his new tribe.
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Having played Fireman Sam for a decade, David Gallop now gets a crack at Bob The Builder. Gallop spent much of his time at the National Rugby League putting out spot fires.
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New Football Federation Australia boss David Gallop claims rival codes have every right to fear the awakening of the sleeping giant on the nation’s sporting landscape.
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