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 Post subject: Re: Matildas coach Alen Stajcic stood down months before Wor
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 Post subject: Re: Matildas coach Alen Stajcic stood down months before Wor
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Cricket coach to help pick new Matildas boss

Football Federation Australia have picked a male cricket coach as part of the panel to find the new Matildas boss to replace the controversially ousted Alen Stajcic.
Matthew Mott, head coach of the Australian women's cricket team, joins FFA head of national performance Luke Casserly, ex-Matilda Julie Murray and AIS deputy director Darlene Harrison who will make their recommendation to the FFA board.
The FFA's head of women's football Emma Highwood is not part of the panel.
FFA CEO David Gallop said earlier this week that he hoped to appoint Stajcic's replacement within a fortnight, ahead of next month's Cup of Nations being hosted in Australia.

https://www.ftbl.com.au/news/cricket-co ... oss-518385


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Cricket coach to help pick new Matildas boss

Football Federation Australia have picked a male cricket coach as part of the panel to find the new Matildas boss to replace the controversially ousted Alen Stajcic.
Matthew Mott, head coach of the Australian women's cricket team, joins FFA head of national performance Luke Casserly, ex-Matilda Julie Murray and AIS deputy director Darlene Harrison who will make their recommendation to the FFA board.
The FFA's head of women's football Emma Highwood is not part of the panel.
FFA CEO David Gallop said earlier this week that he hoped to appoint Stajcic's replacement within a fortnight, ahead of next month's Cup of Nations being hosted in Australia.

https://www.ftbl.com.au/news/cricket-co ... oss-518385


This new coach, when they find one - how long before they get "probed" with the same surveys as Stajcic was sacked by? Will this be some sort of regular quarterly process review now?

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 Post subject: Re: Matildas coach Alen Stajcic stood down months before Wor
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The Lesbian Mafia have retaken control of the Matildas.

They used to be the easy beats of women's football, under Stajic they are No.6 in the world.

Down we go again - top twenty or thirty before long.

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 Post subject: Re: Matildas coach Alen Stajcic stood down months before Wor
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 Post subject: Re: Matildas coach Alen Stajcic stood down months before Wor
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No I have heard of Rabieh Krayam, I’m just surprised that anyone would use him as a credible football source.


he's not the source you dope
read the thread on twitter

Gatt caught Reid in a lie
nothing to do with Krayem



You are so bottle of shiraz dumb.

Your parents have to be brother and sister


Your posts in this thread are embarrassing


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Your posts in this thread are embarrassing


Are you another devotee of the Zionist conspiracy?

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Brian the Postman wrote:
Sunny Vanilla wrote:

Your posts in this thread are embarrassing


Are you another devotee of the Zionist conspiracy?


WTF are you on about now?


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Brian the Postman wrote:
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Your posts in this thread are embarrassing


Are you another devotee of the Zionist conspiracy?


I'm a devotee of calling it how I see it. You siding with the FFA as a default and questioning nothing they do is interesting to watch. Im actually surprised you haven't brought up NSL in this thread.


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Sunny Vanilla wrote:
Brian the Postman wrote:
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Your posts in this thread are embarrassing


Are you another devotee of the Zionist conspiracy?


I'm a devotee of calling it how I see it. You siding with the FFA as a default and questioning nothing they do is interesting to watch. Im actually surprised you haven't brought up NSL in this thread.


To be honest I’m not really siding with FFA on this one, I just don’t agree that this is Gallops fault- this was a board decision and he has to carry out the boards instruction.

As I have said previously I believe that there is a cultural issue in the women’s game - this is an outcome of that as well as a change to the appointment of the board through the expansion of the congress.

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zzz wrote:
there are feminists within the FFA organisation as well as ex board members and some in the media with an agenda

this doesn't include most of the players

Heather Reid must go.


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eagleboy wrote:
Cricket coach to help pick new Matildas boss

Football Federation Australia have picked a male cricket coach as part of the panel to find the new Matildas boss to replace the controversially ousted Alen Stajcic.
Matthew Mott, head coach of the Australian women's cricket team, joins FFA head of national performance Luke Casserly, ex-Matilda Julie Murray and AIS deputy director Darlene Harrison who will make their recommendation to the FFA board.
The FFA's head of women's football Emma Highwood is not part of the panel.
FFA CEO David Gallop said earlier this week that he hoped to appoint Stajcic's replacement within a fortnight, ahead of next month's Cup of Nations being hosted in Australia.

https://www.ftbl.com.au/news/cricket-co ... oss-518385

While they're at it, put Greg Slack on the committee.
He's a cricket boy who seems to know everything about football he's found his way to the AC board.


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The Lesbian Mafia have retaken control of the Matildas.

They used to be the easy beats of women's football, under Stajic they are No.6 in the world.

Down we go again - top twenty or thirty before long.

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 Post subject: Re: Matildas coach Alen Stajcic stood down months before Wor
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This has been handled outstandingly badly even by ffa standards of accountability, got to feel for Stajcic but good news for England and the rest. Will keep watching to see how it plays out


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attn moderators...

while I'm all for free speech, it has been brought to my attention that some of the people involved in this saga have a history of suing for defamation... so it might be an idea to remove this thread as the entire forum will be liable

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 Post subject: Re: Matildas coach Alen Stajcic stood down months before Wor
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zzz wrote:
attn moderators...

while I'm all for free speech, it has been brought to my attention that some of the people involved in this saga have a history of suing for defamation... so it might be an idea to remove this thread as the entire forum will be liable

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Reading some of your comments, I’d be a bit nervous too.


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This has been handled outstandingly badly even by ffa standards of accountability, got to feel for Stajcic but good news for England and the rest. Will keep watching to see how it plays out



The short term should be Ok if they get a similar style coach to Stajcic, but that is unlikely seeing a cricketer is on the selection panel.

It's almost as stupid as having a Football player designing the format of the Davis Cup. :roll:

The sacking will have a drastic effect on the squad as a whole as they have become a world force under him, been given more money and media coverage and more options to play overseas.

Stupidest decision made by the 'New FFA', to date, and it's taken them only a few months to destroy Australia's chances at the Women's World Cup.

Even the 'Goold Old Boys' of the dark past century weren't as stupid as that. :oops: :oops: :oops:

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 Post subject: Re: Matildas coach Alen Stajcic stood down months before Wor
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its been quite a day hasn't it


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zzz wrote:
its been quite a day hasn't it


When you allow clowns to run a sport or club, there's only ever gonna be one result.

Why does the sport get hoodwinked into appointing these suits?
Who are we trying to impress?


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Im reading now that the 'FFA executives in the crosshairs now'

David Gallop is one of three executives reported to be in the crosshairs of the Football Federation Australia board as the fallout from the Alen Stajcic debacle gathers momentum.
The chief executive has been the face of the sacking of the Matildas coach since the decision was made last month, sparking a PR disaster for the sport.
According to a report in the Sydney Morning Herald, the meeting on Monday night revealed the board's fury over the way the sacking has played out in public, and they also questioned why key executives were blindsided by the "toxic culture" that sparked the dismissal.
The roles of Emma Highwood, the FFA's head of women's football, and Luke Casserley, FFA's head of the national teams, are now also facing questions over their role.
"Every one of our staff will have a performance review because this has trashed our brand," a board source told the SMH.
Much of the five hour board meeting was reportedly spent focused on a strategy to bring the debacle to a swift conclusion...and prevent any repeat.
The board – chaired by newly-elected Chris Nikou – were said to be standing by their decision to sack Stajcic but angry that they had to act so quickly and with very little warning.
They are reported to want to know why the alleged "toxic team culture" that led to Stajcic dismissal was not known about earlier.
The board is now questioning what executives knew, what actions were taken and why the issues discovered by the PFA and One Watch surveys had been allowed to fester.
They also reportedly to want to know the background to the surveys and how they came to be used as evidence against Stajcic.
The report also flags a possible change in CEO following the split of the A-League from the FFA at the end of next month, which would make the current role substantially different from the job currently done by Gallop.


This has to be one of the worst cases of the FFA shooting itself in the foot. The publicity will send football back years. Gallop will have to go even if he is the mouthpiece. The board needs to be looked at as well.


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"Toxic team culture" is about the only thing they have alluded to after this so-called survey.

So one or two ticked a box that probably said "not totally satisfied....blah blah" about something and that was enough?

After all, the players themselves seemed to have either publicly back him, or at least said they were shocked about the decision.

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"Toxic team culture" is about the only thing they have alluded to after this so-called survey.

So one or two ticked a box that probably said "not totally satisfied....blah blah" about something and that was enough?

After all, the players themselves seemed to have either publicly back him, or at least said they were shocked about the decision.


I would think the players probably have been shocked by the outcomes of their actions more than anything

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"Toxic team culture" is about the only thing they have alluded to after this so-called survey.

So one or two ticked a box that probably said "not totally satisfied....blah blah" about something and that was enough?

After all, the players themselves seemed to have either publicly back him, or at least said they were shocked about the decision.

If a toxic team culture takes you from 20 to 4 in the world then what would a good culture have done. 20 to 30???
While the FFA keeps everything quiet the culture will only degenerate further.


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It is the people in the top echelons of the FFA that have a toxic culture, not the Matildas.

If this is the 'New Era of Football in Australia', they can keep it - even the final years of the Lowy era were not as incompetent as this lot.

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Old Master wrote:

If this is the 'New Era of Football in Australia', they can keep it - even the final years of the Lowy era were not as incompetent as this lot.


As Franks son said recently - be careful what you wish for.

I bet he is having a quiet chuckle to himself atm.


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Mr Red wrote:
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If this is the 'New Era of Football in Australia', they can keep it - even the final years of the Lowy era were not as incompetent as this lot.


As Franks son said recently - be careful what you wish for.

I bet he is having a quiet chuckle to himself atm.


Nikou was on the Lowy board and was a supporter then and still is

nothing has changed, the same regime is still in place and the agenda is still the same


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If this is the 'New Era of Football in Australia', they can keep it - even the final years of the Lowy era were not as incompetent as this lot.


As Franks son said recently - be careful what you wish for.

I bet he is having a quiet chuckle to himself atm.


Nikou was on the Lowy board and was a supporter then and still is

nothing has changed, the same regime is still in place and the agenda is still the same


I thought the board had changed to some degree.


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Its like Gillard or Rudd and reshuffle of cabinet. Same crap, different figureheads.

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Its like Gillard or Rudd and reshuffle of cabinet. Same crap, different figureheads.



Now it looks like card shuffler will become the next PM and find out how it feels when he gets knifed in the back by Penny Wong & Co.

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look,there has has to be a reason for a sacking. problem is no one knows why, even stajic says nobody has told me anything and frankly I haven't got a clue. :roll:


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