Fifa reject FFA’s bid to delay reforms on Australian football governance

  • Football Federation Australia will stand by March deadline for changes
  • FFA’s Steven Lowy and David Gallop met with Gianni Infantino this week

Fifa has put its foot down on local governance reforms, forcing Football Federation Australia to confirm they will stand by the March deadline set for the looming changes.

FFA chairman Steven Lowy and chief executive David Gallop made a trip to Zurich this week to personally ask Fifa president Gianni Infantino for permission to push back reforms to its contentious voting structure, with some frustrated A-League clubs concerned the pair may seek to scrap them altogether.

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