Confusing Times for All

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  • January 19, 2017 at 7:31 am
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    All White, I have to agree that the new CEO needs to hit the ground running in 2017, the honeymoon period is over. He needs to be visible and get out there and talk to people, and not just FW cronies, to hear what people really think and feel, and try to win back the trust of the players, clubs and followers of the game. An inclusive approach will be a far better approach than his predecessor. Sadly the lack of promotion for the Night Series which starts tomorrow is another negative.

    I like the idea of a petition and maybe that is the way to go. Certainly something has to be done, but those trying to affect change are too few. Too many appear to take the attitude if it doesn’t affect them why rock the boat.

    As for the breakaway, to me that should be the very last resort. As for whether anything could stop them, I am not sure there is. The threat has been clubs from overseas and the A-League would not sign talented players, but the truth is of course they will.

  • January 18, 2017 at 1:07 pm
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    So the new CEO has already shown that his knowledge of Corporate Governance is wanting. He has also been extremely low profile. He better start becoming more visible and a man of action or people will think he was only given the job because he may be able to get money out of the Government, having previously worked in that sector. Actions speak louder than words.

    As for the shambles that Football West has become maybe we need to set up a petition via Change.org which is sent FIFA and Mr Gallop at the FFA stating just how sick we are with the incompetence and breaches in the constitution?

    Finally if as your lawyer implied the Constitution is not worth the paper is written on what is to stop the clubs breaking away and setting up a better system?

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