• Football Federation Australia chairman Steven Lowy speaks at a press conference (AFP)
After FFA failed to force through its controversial new congress model, Craig Foster discusses what went wrong, the legacy of the Lowy family and football and what happens next with FIFA intervention and potential reform.
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SBS The World Game
1 Dec 2017 - 5:02 PM  UPDATED 1 Dec 2017 - 4:57 PM

Foster, along with Lucy Zelic and Nick Stoll, break down a seismic day in Australian football history, analyse Frank and Steven Lowy's legacy as FFA Chairmen and what reforms need to be made. 

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