It’s over! Aussie football civil war ends as big changes pass

GOVERNANCE reform is coming to Football Federation Australia, with pro-reform forces set to claim victory at the end of a two-year struggle for power of the sport.

The game’s state federations and sole A-League representative on the FFA Congress voted 8-2 to accept constitutional change at a meeting in Sydney on Tuesday.

The move will grow the number of seats at FFA’s top table and stave off the threat of intervention by FIFA.

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