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 Post subject: FFA Board of Directors
PostPosted: Mon Nov 19, 2018 11:29 pm 
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same old clique
nothing changes

maybe a couple more vanilla franchises

pro-rel and second div is dead


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 Post subject: Re: FFA Board of Directors
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zzz wrote:
same old clique
nothing changes

maybe a couple more vanilla franchises

pro-rel and second div is dead


Why would you care you have no interest in Australian football?


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 Post subject: Re: FFA Board of Directors
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ozzie owl wrote:
zzz wrote:
same old clique
nothing changes

maybe a couple more vanilla franchises

pro-rel and second div is dead


Why would you care you have no interest in Australian football?


My guess is zzz has no interest in supporting Australian football in the way it's currently structured and administered. He ain't the only one


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 Post subject: Re: FFA Board of Directors
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zzz wrote:
same old clique
nothing changes

maybe a couple more vanilla franchises

pro-rel and second div is dead


Remo is back, he helped run old soccer into the ground so that should keep the NSL nostalgics happy.

Fozzie ran and hid when it came time for him to actually put his balls on the line

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 Post subject: Re: FFA Board of Directors
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Brian the Postman wrote:
zzz wrote:
same old clique
nothing changes

maybe a couple more vanilla franchises

pro-rel and second div is dead


Remo is back, he helped run old soccer into the ground so that should keep the NSL nostalgics happy.

Fozzie ran and hid when it came time for him to actually put his balls on the line


NRL and AFL don't have to worry about Australian Football as the constant infighting does it for for them.


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 Post subject: Re: FFA Board of Directors
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Brian the Postman wrote:
zzz wrote:
same old clique
nothing changes

maybe a couple more vanilla franchises

pro-rel and second div is dead


Remo is back, he helped run old soccer into the ground so that should keep the NSL nostalgics happy.


How long was he soccer Australia chairman?


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 Post subject: Re: FFA Board of Directors
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Brian the Postman wrote:
zzz wrote:
same old clique
nothing changes

maybe a couple more vanilla franchises

pro-rel and second div is dead


Remo is back, he helped run old soccer into the ground so that should keep the NSL nostalgics happy.

Fozzie ran and hid when it came time for him to actually put his balls on the line


Foster didn't have the numbers because he wasn't part of the clique. Nor was Mark Shield.
New FFA same as old FFA with Nikou being Lowy's puppet.


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 Post subject: Re: FFA Board of Directors
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zzz wrote:
Brian the Postman wrote:
zzz wrote:
same old clique
nothing changes

maybe a couple more vanilla franchises

pro-rel and second div is dead


Remo is back, he helped run old soccer into the ground so that should keep the NSL nostalgics happy.

Fozzie ran and hid when it came time for him to actually put his balls on the line


Foster didn't have the numbers because he wasn't part of the clique. Nor was Mark Shield.
New FFA same as old FFA with Nikou being Lowy's puppet.


Shuffling the deck chairs on the Titanic was an apt description I read


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 Post subject: Re: FFA Board of Directors
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I hope that expansion for next season will be the first big decision of the new board.


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 Post subject: Re: FFA Board of Directors
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Shuffling the deck chairs on the Titanic was an apt description I read[/quote]


Is that the old Titanic that sunk in 2012 or the New Titanic that Clive Palmer's building in China, due to be completed in 2020, at last count?
(And due to sink shortly thereafter)

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 Post subject: Re: FFA Board of Directors
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Old Master wrote:
Shuffling the deck chairs on the Titanic was an apt description I read



Is that the old Titanic that sunk in 2012 or the New Titanic that Clive Palmer's building in China, due to be completed in 2020, at last count?
(And due to sink shortly thereafter)[/quote]

The senility it showing again.

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 Post subject: Re: FFA Board of Directors
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Craig Foster didn't run necessarily with the expectation that he would win but rather to bring some transparency to the FFA election process, which he has definetely done so kudos to him for that.


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 Post subject: Re: FFA Board of Directors
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God is an Englishman wrote:
Old Master wrote:
Shuffling the deck chairs on the Titanic was an apt description I read



Is that the old Titanic that sunk in 2012 or the New Titanic that Clive Palmer's building in China, due to be completed in 2020, at last count?
(And due to sink shortly thereafter)


The senility it showing again.[/quote]

Show some compassion. Some of his mates were on the original.


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 Post subject: Re: FFA Board of Directors
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eagleboy wrote:
God is an Englishman wrote:
Old Master wrote:
Shuffling the deck chairs on the Titanic was an apt description I read



Is that the old Titanic that sunk in 2012 or the New Titanic that Clive Palmer's building in China, due to be completed in 2020, at last count?
(And due to sink shortly thereafter)


The senility it showing again.


Show some compassion. Some of his mates were on the original.[/quote]


:lol: :lol: :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: FFA Board of Directors
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He knew the captain, the violinists, half the cabin crew and I'm guessing at least 3 survivors. :P

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 Post subject: Re: FFA Board of Directors
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Bomber wrote:
He knew the captain, the violinists, half the cabin crew and I'm guessing at least 3 survivors. :P

did he know Jack Dawson and Rose. Tell him they weren't real people.


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 Post subject: Re: FFA Board of Directors
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eagleboy wrote:
Bomber wrote:
He knew the captain, the violinists, half the cabin crew and I'm guessing at least 3 survivors. :P

did he know Jack Dawson and Rose. Tell him they weren't real people.


I liked the movie but left me with a sinking feeling after.


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 Post subject: Re: FFA Board of Directors
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I seem to remember OM trying to have a pop at me for quoting people “incorrectly”.

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 Post subject: Re: FFA Board of Directors
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God is an Englishman wrote:
I seem to remember OM trying to have a pop at me for quoting people “incorrectly”.


Go easy, his mate Bill Gates was chatting with him at the time.

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 Post subject: Re: FFA Board of Directors
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All the subtlety of an Iceberg as usual. :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: FFA Board of Directors
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Old Master wrote:
All the subtlety of an Iceberg as usual. :lol:


Don’t blame us for your errors.

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 Post subject: Re: FFA Board of Directors
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Sunny Vanilla wrote:
ozzie owl wrote:
zzz wrote:
same old clique
nothing changes

maybe a couple more vanilla franchises

pro-rel and second div is dead


Why would you care you have no interest in Australian football?


My guess is zzz has no interest in supporting Australian football in the way it's currently structured and administered. He ain't the only one


Do you want a return to the good old days how football was run?


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 Post subject: Re: FFA Board of Directors
PostPosted: Wed Nov 28, 2018 11:46 am 
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God is an Englishman wrote:
Old Master wrote:
All the subtlety of an Iceberg as usual. :lol:


Don’t blame us for your errors.



Why not, you do it all the time?

Stand by for the usual denials and obfuscations. :roll:

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 Post subject: Re: FFA Board of Directors
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ozzie owl wrote:
Do you want a return to the good old days how football was run?


The game was supposed to be reformed. It wasn't, it was just passed onto someone else to exploit on a larger scale.
We're still waiting for reform and implementation of the key recommendations of the original Crawford Report which saw the end of the NSL.

The game, the quality of players has gone backwards during the time of the FFA. At least the environment under the old administration still provided breathing space for a reasonable player development system by the standards of this country which saw a squad that was able to defeat Uruguay to qualify for the World Cup.

Now you have to rely on mercenaries from Scotland and Serbia to field a side that is competitive against Asian zone teams.


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zzz wrote:
ozzie owl wrote:
Do you want a return to the good old days how football was run?


The game was supposed to be reformed. It wasn't, it was just passed onto someone else to exploit on a larger scale.
We're still waiting for reform and implementation of the key recommendations of the original Crawford Report which saw the end of the NSL.

The game, the quality of players has gone backwards during the time of the FFA. At least the environment under the old administration still provided breathing space for a reasonable player development system by the standards of this country which saw a squad that was able to defeat Uruguay to qualify for the World Cup.

Now you have to rely on mercenaries from Scotland and Serbia to field a side that is competitive against Asian zone teams.



Nice avoidance of the question with irrelevant opinion

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 Post subject: Re: FFA Board of Directors
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zzz wrote:
ozzie owl wrote:
Do you want a return to the good old days how football was run?


The game was supposed to be reformed. It wasn't, it was just passed onto someone else to exploit on a larger scale.
We're still waiting for reform and implementation of the key recommendations of the original Crawford Report which saw the end of the NSL.

The game, the quality of players has gone backwards during the time of the FFA. At least the environment under the old administration still provided breathing space for a reasonable player development system by the standards of this country which saw a squad that was able to defeat Uruguay to qualify for the World Cup.

Now you have to rely on mercenaries from Scotland and Serbia to field a side that is competitive against Asian zone teams.



zzz give you a clue it was yes or no question?


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 Post subject: Re: FFA Board of Directors
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ozzie owl wrote:
zzz wrote:
ozzie owl wrote:
Do you want a return to the good old days how football was run?


The game was supposed to be reformed. It wasn't, it was just passed onto someone else to exploit on a larger scale.
We're still waiting for reform and implementation of the key recommendations of the original Crawford Report which saw the end of the NSL.

The game, the quality of players has gone backwards during the time of the FFA. At least the environment under the old administration still provided breathing space for a reasonable player development system by the standards of this country which saw a squad that was able to defeat Uruguay to qualify for the World Cup.

Now you have to rely on mercenaries from Scotland and Serbia to field a side that is competitive against Asian zone teams.



zzz give you a clue it was yes or no question?


I'm playing your immature yes no games. I've answered your question and provided context while schooling you in the process.


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 Post subject: Re: FFA Board of Directors
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The game was supposed to be reformed. It wasn't, it was just passed onto someone else to exploit on a larger scale.
We're still waiting for reform and implementation of the key recommendations of the original Crawford Report which saw the end of the NSL.

The game, the quality of players has gone backwards during the time of the FFA. At least the environment under the old administration still provided breathing space for a reasonable player development system by the standards of this country which saw a squad that was able to defeat Uruguay to qualify for the World Cup.

Now you have to rely on mercenaries from Scotland and Serbia to field a side that is competitive against Asian zone teams.[/quote]


zzz give you a clue it was yes or no question?[/quote]

I'm playing your immature yes no games. I've answered your question and provided context while schooling you in the process.[/quote]



I reckon zzz is actually giae in another guise. :lol:

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Old Master wrote:


I reckon zzz is actually giae in another guise. :lol:


You're infatuated with me. I don't blame you really, I'm pretty great.

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zzz wrote:
ozzie owl wrote:
Do you want a return to the good old days how football was run?


The game was supposed to be reformed. It wasn't, it was just passed onto someone else to exploit on a larger scale.
We're still waiting for reform and implementation of the key recommendations of the original Crawford Report which saw the end of the NSL.

The game, the quality of players has gone backwards during the time of the FFA. At least the environment under the old administration still provided breathing space for a reasonable player development system by the standards of this country which saw a squad that was able to defeat Uruguay to qualify for the World Cup.

Now you have to rely on mercenaries from Scotland and Serbia to field a side that is competitive against Asian zone teams.


Whose your side zzz?


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