Effecting Change at NZF

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hellobeaver wrote:

Ideally yes. In reality no. Eg private providers are outside. Yes they care. But do they contribute in their own way?

Weaken the talent pool across multiple programmes, kids get played off between programmes and some do about nine sessions a week which perhaps isn't the best. No quality control, and charge to make a good living, thus taking money out of the game and into business owners pockets.

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Anyone with an appetite for constitutional change? These processes take time generally but joe public has been given less than 2 weeks to comment. Anyone done so yet?

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Global Game wrote:

Anyone with an appetite for constitutional change? These processes take time generally but joe public has been given less than 2 weeks to comment. Anyone done so yet?

Yep. I think what they have proposed is fairly sensible. 

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Is there anything in there that is outrageous or left field? I started reading it and kinda nodded off...

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Jeff Vader wrote:

Is there anything in there that is outrageous or left field? I started reading it and kinda nodded off...

 

You could argue that Federations shouldn't have 50% of the votes - because they could theoretically smoke everyone if they got their shit together. However, Federations currently have 100% of the votes, and are the most (notionally anyway) broadly representative groups, so I don't mind it.

Otherwise nothing too scary as far as I saw. Devil will be in the detail a bit.

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Global Game wrote:

Anyone with an appetite for constitutional change? These processes take time generally but joe public has been given less than 2 weeks to comment. Anyone done so yet?

Done mine. 15 mins to read the doc. 5 minutes to fill in the form. Easy. Should be no excuses for not doing it.

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2ndBest wrote:

Global Game wrote:

Anyone with an appetite for constitutional change? These processes take time generally but joe public has been given less than 2 weeks to comment. Anyone done so yet?

Done mine. 15 mins to read the doc. 5 minutes to fill in the form. Easy. Should be no excuses for not doing it.

bit different you doing it to a club submitting something

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Most club board meetings are monthly. With a 2 week consultation period I would expect very few truly considered responses from clubs, probably the single most important collective entity.

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Feverish wrote:

2ndBest wrote:

Global Game wrote:

Anyone with an appetite for constitutional change? These processes take time generally but joe public has been given less than 2 weeks to comment. Anyone done so yet?

Done mine. 15 mins to read the doc. 5 minutes to fill in the form. Easy. Should be no excuses for not doing it.

bit different you doing it to a club submitting something

he was talking about so public. Rather than a club.

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2ndBest wrote:

Feverish wrote:

2ndBest wrote:

Global Game wrote:

Anyone with an appetite for constitutional change? These processes take time generally but joe public has been given less than 2 weeks to comment. Anyone done so yet?

Done mine. 15 mins to read the doc. 5 minutes to fill in the form. Easy. Should be no excuses for not doing it.

bit different you doing it to a club submitting something

he was talking about so public. Rather than a club.

same with clubs though

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Feverish wrote:

2ndBest wrote:

Feverish wrote:

2ndBest wrote:

Global Game wrote:

Anyone with an appetite for constitutional change? These processes take time generally but joe public has been given less than 2 weeks to comment. Anyone done so yet?

Done mine. 15 mins to read the doc. 5 minutes to fill in the form. Easy. Should be no excuses for not doing it.

bit different you doing it to a club submitting something

he was talking about so public. Rather than a club.

same with clubs though

we did a club one - we spent a couple of hours on it. I can't remember most of it - but the bit that roughed us up (for Aucklanders) is that they were proposing a massive amount of votes for the other stakeholders to Schools - without getting into the age old arguement in Auckland schools are not part of AFF or NZF they are their own entity and don't really row in the same direction as club football so i don't know why we would let them have any (let alone a large) say in how our game is run.
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But then the same could be said for the Phoenix. Not an NZF 'interest' and they would be afforded some rights. I am being argumentative on that point for the sake of it if no more than that to unfortunately illustrate that 'interests' that sit outside of NZF and/or AFF do contribute to our football landscape

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Jeff Vader wrote:

But then the same could be said for the Phoenix. Not an NZF 'interest' and they would be afforded some rights. I am being argumentative on that point for the sake of it if no more than that to unfortunately illustrate that 'interests' that sit outside of NZF and/or AFF do contribute to our football landscape

maybe not an NZF interest but they are an important part of the football landscape - certainly more so than some Auckland schools..

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I think these other entities that are not members of NZF per se, should be part of a stakeholders consultation process as opposed to having any voting rights or powers. That might be what the document says but i can't be arsed reading it.
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I don't get it?.

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Very good from Capital

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2ndBest wrote:

Capital Football's submission

http://www.foxsportspulse.com/get_file.cgi?id=3293569

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Capital submission recommends private academies should be included as a stakeholder. Kudos to capital for sharing. What about the other Feds?

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Rules changes move NZ Football forwardsNew Zealand Football Chairman Mark Aspden has released proposed changes to NZF rules as the national body participates in a worldwide move to modernise its rules and be more inclusive.

http://www.nzfootball.co.nz/index.php?id=11&tx_ttnews[tt_news]=3161&tx_ttnews[backPid]=10&cHash=e1ec1922ff

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