Posts Tagged "FFA"
Two weekends ago, I had the pleasure of joining some of my football (of the round-ball variety) mates for a six-a-side tournament held in Forster-Tuncurry, The Viking Challenge, organised by Great Lakes United Football Club.
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It’s been reported FIFA has instructed the FFA to reform its governance structure by 31 March 2017. In particular, FIFA wants membership of the FFA to embrace a wider section of stakeholders.
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As the moon plods through its celestial schedule, filling up and slimming down, ticking over through the months, so too do the ebbs and flows of the A-League.
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There have been a lot of comparisons made between USA and Australian soccer in recent weeks, but it feels like the only ones not picking up on them are the FFA.
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The FFA recently announced plans to develop new ownership and operating models for both the A-League and the W-League.
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Western Sydney have been fined $20,000 after being found guilty by Football Federation Australia of bringing the game into disrepute after Wanderers fans had displayed an offensive banner during a match against Sydney FC.
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The FFA are at a crossroads with the question of the best way forward. Most of it comes down to money.
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The involvement television companies have had with football over the last 20 years has been a double-edged sword.
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Why do we watch football? Is it to follow our team’s exploits on the pitch, or to understand what goes on behind the scenes?
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There are plenty of locations that could host an A-League team but the formal bids could give the best indication of where they will be.
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The Brisbane Strikers have decided to push on with plans to apply for an A-League licence instead of waiting for Football Federation Australia to release their expansion blueprint.
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The widespread Australian heatwave predicted from tomorrow has forced Football Federation Australia to reschedule the Round 19 A-League match between Newcastle and the Melbourne Victory.
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David Gallop must be feeling a little besieged. As the chief executive of the FFA, an organisation that seems to dig deeper into its beleaguered foxhole every week as mortars crash down around, it is his face that appears plastered on the agitprop.
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Over my lifetime, football has been, at times, its own worst enemy. Factions are many, varied, and often opposed. All see themselves as the true centre or true home of football in Australia.
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Lawyers by their nature are not gamblers and despite a few rash comments, Football Federation Australia CEO David Gallop doesn’t come across as a man who would be first in line if the organisation installed a roulette table in their headquarters.
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With the TV rights out of the way the FFA knows exactly how many dollars and cents they have to play with, so they need to start planning how and where to spend its newfound funding.
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FIFA has put its foot down on local governance reforms, forcing Football Federation Australia to confirm they will stand by the March deadline set for the changes.
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The FFA released a statement yesterday defending the decision not to reschedule Sunday’s A-League and W-League matches in Adelaide.
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Frustrated A-League clubs say it would be unacceptable if Football Federation Australia persuades FIFA to delay “long-overdue reform” to its contentious voting structure.
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Hot on the heels of a new six-year broadcast deal, the FFA have announced new competition logos for three of its premier competitions, the A-League, W-League and youth league.
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