mack

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  1. Digital rights will be minuscule for the A-League. NRL digital rights were costed at $90 million over 6 years ($15 million per year) but that also includes the naming rights sponsorship to the entire competition. The A-League naming rights appears to be worth about $3.3 million per year. I doubt the A-League digital rights alone would be worth more than 3 million per year at the highest, and even that feels a bit too high considering that would be a combined (Digital + Naming Rights) $6.6 million per year compared to NRL's $15 million per year. I think it'll be lucky to reach $2.3 million (thus taking the overall rights deal to $60 million per year). Knowing FFA & Gallop I wouldn't be shocked if they just sell the thing for 10 years to secure more cash to try and get the owners onside.
  2. Are you sure? This is what a PM notification email looks like to me:
  3. The broadcast rights for AFL, Super Rugby, NRL & the A-League allow the broadcast owner to live stream games on their own apps for their customers. Hence why I can watch A-League, NRL, AFL and Super Rugby on Foxtel Go, and why when SBS had A-League rights, they could stream games on their website. Digital rights are separate from the broadcast rights. Telstra's digital rights for AFL & NRL are intended for people without Foxtel so they can buy an online streaming pass rather than buying Foxtel. The previous A-League broadcast deal as far as I can tell, only sold international digital rights (to World Sports Group) in the last rights deal, and did not separate the Australian digital rights from the Australian broadcast deal, so Foxtel was the only 'authorised' company for digital streaming of A-League games. The new rights deal does separate broadcast & digital, but the digital rights have not been sold yet. I would assume the FFA are in discussion with Telstra, Optus, and may have reached out to Netflix and looked to see how streaming there might work.
  4. Can we buy the guy who scored 30+ goals?
  5. We'd play Santalab on the wing rather than McDonald.
  6. Western Sydney Wanderers vs North Shore Mariners VS Date: 05/27/2017 Competition: NSW NPL 2 Location: Edensor Park, New South Wales Stadium: Sydney United Sports Centre View full record
  7. If you have withdrawls go watch the NPL side
  8. The clubs & organisers get millions. The FFA get $250k. Who knows what the clubs get, but I bet it's less than the FFA do. I'll ask Tony. Funny that the SFC Ceo (well soon to be ex-CEO) is more open and approachable than any of our staff are.
  9. He just signed for Roar.
  10. As of right now I'd say our best team is: Vedran Risdon Aspro Cornthwaite Clisby Thwaite Baccus Jumpei Bonevacia Sotirio Santalab Subs: Hall, Baccus Junior, Hamill, Lustica, Scott
  11. Nicholas Suman Date Of Birth: 02/28/2000 Nation: Australia Birthplace: Hawkesbury, Australia Squad Number: Position: Goalkeeper Secondary Positions: Joined Wanderers: 05/22/2017 Contract Details: 1 Year Contract Contract Finish: 2017/18 Previous Club: NSW Institute Of Sport Wanderers Debut: TBA Wanderers A-League Appearances: 0 Wanderers A-League Goals: 0 Wanderers ACL Appearances: Wanderers ACL Goals: Wanderers FFA Cup Appearances: Wanderers FFA Cup Goals: Wanderers Club World Cup Appearances: Wanderers Club World Cup Goals: Wanderers Total Appearances: 0 Wanderers Total Goals: 0 Yearly Appearances & Goals: International Team: Australia International Caps: International Goals: Club Exit Date: No value Individual Awards: Team Honours: Highlight: Highlight: Highlight: Description: A precociously talented goalkeeper, young Suman will be looking to gain experience and be ready to step in to the first team if required. View full record
  12. John Hall Date Of Birth: 10/23/1994 Nation: Australia Birthplace: Adelaide, Australia Squad Number: Position: Goalkeeper Secondary Positions: Joined Wanderers: 05/22/2017 Contract Details: Injury Replacement Contract (Jerrad Tyson) Contract Finish: 2016/17 Previous Club: Adelaide United Wanderers Debut: TBA Wanderers A-League Appearances: 0 Wanderers A-League Goals: 0 Wanderers ACL Appearances: Wanderers ACL Goals: Wanderers FFA Cup Appearances: Wanderers FFA Cup Goals: Wanderers Club World Cup Appearances: Wanderers Club World Cup Goals: Wanderers Total Appearances: 0 Wanderers Total Goals: 0 Yearly Appearances & Goals: International Team: Australia International Caps: International Goals: Club Exit Date: No value Individual Awards: Team Honours: Highlight: Highlight: Highlight: Description: A young goalkeeper, Hall began his career in the aptly named Cumberland United side in Adelaide, played 10 games for Adelaide United, before joining the Wanderers on an injury replacement contract for Jerrad Tyson. View full record
  13. Farewell sweet prince