quote:Originally posted by An Old Fullback
What's your solution? Lots of complaints, not a real solution yet. Get rid of board, ok, what's left. Get rid of provincial organizations, ok, what's left. Might as well call it a federal election, you want every club to in the country to vote. Who will even pay for the election..profits from selling black t-shirts?
As it stands now, at least what happens in the club I am in, I understand every player in Canada pays about $7 to the CSA, and depending on the province, a fee to the province as well. Will the new "football association" get money towards the national teams by telling every club to double the fees, and we will elect a guy on a bulletin board that has an anonymous name to run it. Try telling a club like Lac St.Louis with 30,000 members they will write a check for $360,000, to a new association, so that national teams can have more friendlies, and we can hire some Brazilians, or Argentinians for $1 million each.
My first guess is they would tell the new association to take a hike, we'll spend the $360,000 to build a few fields. Any good ideas out there besides kicking everyone out?