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FFA Announces Shield as Director of Referees Print E-mail
Written by Football Federation Australia   
Saturday, 17 September 2011 14:05

Mark ShieldFootball Federation Australia (FFA) today announced that former Hyundai A-League and AFC Referee of the Year Mark Shield has been appointed as the new FFA Director of Referees as part of the national body’s new Referee Development structure.

Arguably the most successful and well respected Australian match official in world football, Mark has officiated at all levels of the game from junior grassroots, to the former National Soccer League, Hyundai A-League, Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Champions League, AFC Asian Cup and FIFA World Cups.

Last Updated on Saturday, 17 September 2011 14:10
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Young Rocky refs looking to the future Print E-mail
Written by Alan Kennedy, The Morning Bulletin   
Friday, 05 August 2011 14:59

Sharyn Oneill Players are yet to fully use the pathway to higher levels of the game that the Hyundai QSL offers. However, match official Sam Williams is racing along this road to the top.

Williams has been making progress under the watchful eye of local senior referee co-ordinator Barry Such, moving from the local competition and into the higher quality State competition smoothly.

Now Williams is set to take charge of his biggest match at the weekend when he is the man in the middle for the first match of the QSL finals series when the Daily Mercury Whitsunday Miners face Gold Coast Stars.

Last Updated on Thursday, 01 September 2011 15:11
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FFA responds to referee development concerns Print E-mail
Written by Lyall Gorman, FFA   
Thursday, 31 March 2011 18:31

Following is a letter from Lyall Gorman, Head of the Hyundai A-League, sent out to a number of top-level referees and refereeing administrators on 31 March 2011.

Last Updated on Thursday, 31 March 2011 18:37
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National Referee Manager made redundant Print E-mail
Written by The Daily Telegraph   
Friday, 25 March 2011 18:27

Football Federation Australia today wielded the axe at its Sydney head office with 10 staff members being made redundant.

Among those to lose their jobs are Gary Power (National Elite Refereeing Manager), Rob Abernethy (Head of AFC Asian Cup 2015 bid) and Leeanne Grantham (Head of Women's Football).

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New FFA management structure announced today Print E-mail
Written by Football Federation Australia   
Thursday, 24 March 2011 00:00

Press Release

A new management structure that aims to deliver continued success of national teams, sustainable growth of the Hyundai A-League and better engagement with football's grassroots was announced today by Football Federation Australia (FFA) CEO Ben Buckley.

The new structure will streamline FFA's core functions following the conclusion of the FIFA World Cup and AFC Asian Cup bid projects. At the same time, FFA has begun the process of building the team that will deliver the AFC Asian Cup in 2015.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 09 August 2011 12:50
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Assault charge for WA Aussie Rules umpire bashing Print E-mail
Written by PerthNow   
Friday, 13 August 2010 11:08

A 41-year-old father accused of assaulting a football umpire during a junior match has made a brief appearance in court.

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AusRef on Facebook Print E-mail
Written by Scott Ferguson   
Wednesday, 04 November 2009 20:49

AusRef has been on Facebook for a while now, but with the recent extra functionality available we're really starting to embrace this as a great new way to enhance what AusRef can offer.

You can head to our page at www.facebook.com/AusRef or use the widget below. You can become a fan and get updates of important referee-related news - join the 120 fans we already had at the time of writing! We're still working on content and over time you'll see more integration with the main AusRef site, but feel free to comment us with any more suggestions!

Last Updated on Wednesday, 04 November 2009 21:01
 
Puma and adidas end 60-year feud Print E-mail
Written by BBC   
Friday, 18 September 2009 19:36

The German sportswear companies Puma and Adidas are to end a feud started 60 years ago by their founding brothers.

Adi and Rudolf Dassler started making sports shoes together in their mother's wash-room in the 1920s. They fell out during World War II, probably over political differences, and founded firms on either side of a river in southern Germany.

On Monday 21 September, employees of both companies will shake hands and then play a football match.

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Socceroos reach all-time high FIFA ranking Print E-mail
Written by AP   
Thursday, 03 September 2009 07:13

The Australian men's football team has reached an all-time high of No.14 in the world in the latest FIFA rankings released on Wednesday.

Last Updated on Friday, 04 September 2009 11:05
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Canberra handed inside running in race for new team Print E-mail
Written by Michael Cockerill, SMH   
Thursday, 03 September 2009 07:06

Canberra has suddenly moved into pole position to become the A-League's 12th team after western Sydney's leading bid yesterday withdrew from the race.

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