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Something's Rotten in the State of Football

Last week, Football Federation chairman Stephen Lowy the son of the previous chairman Frank Lowy, made some comments pertaining to promotion/relegation that grabbed some media and public attention. 1,643 more words

Football

Matildas sound the perfect Peter Allen tribute

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If Peter Allen’s hit song I Go To Rio doesn’t make it back into the Top 40 this week, I’ll eat my maracas. 565 more words

Sport

Sinking Yachtsman Rescued From Western Sydney Wanderers Crowd

Round the world yachtsman Tony Bullimore has been rescued after the coast guard spotted a flare that he set off when his boat started sinking in the middle of the crowd at a Western Sydney Wanderers game. 224 more words

The UnAustralian

David Gallop Fails The Leadership Test

David Gallop is a very interesting individual. Having been the CEO of the National Rugby League (NRL) for 10 years from 2002-2012 and being the current Chief Executive of the Football Federation Australia (FFA) from late 2012 till now, Gallop has shown that he is a very capable sports administrator. 618 more words

Forward Planning Upward Movement

I recently posted a report I put together back in March of this year. The premise of it was Australian interests investing in a lower league Japanese club. 1,251 more words

FFA

The FFA Press Conference Australian Football Fans Deserved (Or 'Gallop Through the Looking Glass')

Date: Thursday 3rd December 2015: 2.00 PM Eastern Daylight Savings Time

Scene: Football Federation HQ Press Room. Assembled are the intellectual elite of the Australian football media across all formats; television, media and radio. 3,381 more words

Media

Why I Am Boycotting This Saturday (Or I Got The Game Against Roar And I'm Not Going Because I'm Protesting the FFA Blues)

For the first time since I became a foundation member of the Western Sydney Wanderers I am deciding to not go to a home game when I have absolutely no impediment to stop me from doing so. 2,976 more words

A-League