Posts Tagged "Football Federation Australia"
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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As of today, the Professional Footballers’ Association no longer has a Collective Bargaining Agreement with Football Federation Australia.
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It’s been largely ignored or forgotten about, but this month marks ten years since the publication of the Crawford Report, which set football in this country in a fundamentally new direction.
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A-League football clubs lost close to $27 million during the 2011-12 season, and despite record television ratings, attendances, merchandise sales, transfers and corporate sponsorship for the 2012-13 season a loss of $20 million has been recorded.
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Winning a World Cup bid is difficult enough without the endemic corruption in football, so the fact that a $462,000 Football Federation Australia donation has allegedly been stolen is hardly stunning news.
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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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Ever since the AFC Asian Cup 2011, Australia has been playing poor football.
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Could it have been scripted any better? The regular season is set for a grandstand finish as eight teams jockey for a place in the A-League’s top six and a chance to ultimately be crowned champions.
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As many A-League fans will be well aware, this season’s finals series has been given a face lift.
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With eleven games remaining, the A-League’s top four is taking shape. There is little doubt that Central Coast, Adelaide United, Melbourne Victory and newcomers Western Sydney have been the four best teams to date.
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This weekend, Melbourne Victory will play host to league leaders Central Coast Mariners in Tasmania.
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Considering the relative success of the Western Sydney Wanderers and Melbourne Heart, it seems worth asking whether Football Federation Australia’s strict ‘one-team one-city’ policy was flawed from the beginning.
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We are paying the price for our obsession with qualifying for the World Cup. It made sense in 2005 but seven years later, the Socceroos are going backwards.
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The upcoming East Asian Cup qualifying tournament in Hong Kong hardly takes pride of place on Football Federation Australia’s calender.
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Three months ago many of us would have scoffed at the idea of Alessandro Del Piero playing in the A-League. But the move happened and the prospect of adding David Beckham has the competition buzzing again.
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Football Federation Australia (FFA) says Nathan Tinkler’s financial concerns are not yet a concern. Coal baron Tinkler has had two of his companies placed into liquidation this week – one which is part of his horse racing empire.
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Australian football has never had an easy route to success. Often, the code has had to overcome numerous adversities on and off the pitch, with varying degrees of triumph.
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Football Federation Australia chairman Frank Lowy ruled out any A-League expansion for at least four years as he hailed the sport’s long-awaited multi-million dollar broadcast rights deal.
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Since the announcement of Football Federation Australia’s four-year, $160 million media rights deal with current host Fox Sports and SBS, the debate that has kicked into life is which is more important, the value or the new partner?
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The recent announcement of Football Federation Australia’s $160 million deal has satisfied fans and guarantees media interest and financial sustainability of the game for at least another four years.
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