Football Federation Australia ‘swamped’ by applicants for Matildas job

  • Details about Alen Stajcic’s sacking remain unknown
  • Chris Nikou says board’s decision was unanimous

Football Federation Australia chairman Chris Nikou remains defiant on the controversial sacking of Alen Stajcic as the search for his successor gathers pace. Nikou says the FFA board was unanimous in deciding to axe Stajcic five months before the World Cup, but has again refused to divulge specific reasons.

“My hands are tied to a certain extent about what I can and can’t say about what has occurred,” Nikou told ABC radio on Sunday. “This was not a decision taken lightly. It was after due consideration in consultation with the management team based in part on surveys but based in part on other information before the board.”

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