Annual General Meeting

Peter Bosz

Bosz to remain Dortmund boss despite derby debacle

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Berlin (AFP) – Borussia Dortmund’s CEO says Peter Bosz remains head coach – for now – although the squad were booed at the club’s annual general meeting on Sunday after surrendering a four-goal lead against Schalke.

Bosz has been given a reprieve despite Saturday’s 4-4 draw at home to Schalke in the Ruhr derby when Dortmund’s second-half collapse saw them surrender a four-goal half-time lead to their German league rivals.

Bosz to remain Dortmund boss despite derby debacle

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Berlin (AFP) – Borussia Dortmund’s CEO says Peter Bosz remains head coach – for now – although the squad were booed at the club’s annual general meeting on Sunday after surrendering a four-goal lead against Schalke.

Bosz has been given a reprieve despite Saturday’s 4-4 draw at home to Schalke in the Ruhr derby when Dortmund’s second-half collapse saw them surrender a four-goal half-time lead to their German league rivals.


Heckles, Loud Boos And Slow Hand-Claps: Arsenal’s Annual Shareholders Meeting Once Again Lives Up To Expectations…

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As if it wasn't already eagerly marked in your diary, today saw the Arsenal annual general meeting take place at the Emirates, giving around 200 fans and shareholders the opportunity to voice their concerns and grievances directly to the club's board.

Things got off to a suitably rocky start whenSir Chips Keswick and Stan Kroenke Jr were both re-elected to the board despite the majority of fans loathing the pair of them.

5 things we learnt from Arsenal’s AGM.. featuring Wenger, Kroenke & Gazidis

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Five things we learnt from Arsenal's annual general meeting - featuring Wenger, Gazidis and Kroenke.

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Arsene Wenger pleased that Arsenal are spending big

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AST AGM is underway and rightly with a tribute to Peter Hill-Wood tim payton (@timpayton) October 17, 2013 Arsene Wenger has told Arsenal's annual general meeting that he is pleased the club is now spending money again. He acknowledges that the Gunners had to curb their spending as they paid for the move [.

Pent-Up Frustration Among Arsenal Supporters Means QPR Is A Must-Win Game

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Adversity on the pitch for the Gunners quickly boiled into turmoil at the club's annual general meeting on Thursday. Following two consecutive disheartening defeats, Arsenal have reached a tipping point in their season. Majority shareholder Stan...

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Why Gazidis Statement That Arsenal Can Compete With World’s Best ‘Within Two Years’ Is Wrong

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Arsenal will be able to compete with the world's biggest clubs "within the next two years," chief executive Ivan Gazidis has told shareholders at the club's annual general meeting.

Once again Gazidis trotted out the line that Arsenal's financial philosophy will pay off when UEFA's Financial Fair Play regulations become more rigorously enforced.


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Facing the crowd

What kind of title is that? Ask Stan Kroenke. That's the first word and the greeting that the biggest shareholder in Arsenal PLC said during the Annual General Meeting that was held on Thursday. It's the much anticipated meeting that has been delayed time and time again. I doubt that the club did take into consideration the improving results when trying to schedule this meeting.

Wenger Talks from The Heart: Video

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Arsène Wenger says his words at Thursday's Annual General Meeting came from the heart.

The Arsenal manager delivered a rousing speech to the Club's shareholders and onlooking media to conclude the event at Emirates Stadium.

"I just spoke with my heart and of course," said Wenger.

Usmanov shares bid may spark power struggle at Arsenal

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Alisher Usmanov wants to increase his Arsenal shareholding in move that could spark a boardroom power struggle at the Emirates.

The Daily Mail claims that the Uzbeki billionaire , the club's second biggest shareholder, is trying to increase his stake to 30 per cent. He owns just over 29 percent but will write to the club's smaller shareholders this week, offering to buy shares at £14,500 each.

Custodians, Fans And Ownership: From Arsenal To Wrexham

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The Arsenal take-over looks like being a long way from the toxic take-overs of The Glazers and Gillett & Hicks. But, as SJ Maskell writes, custodianship is about doing more than saying and doing the right things and the real power in the game lies in the majority ownership of shares.


[Media Information] 30th FAS Annual General Meeting

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(This entry is formulated based on the media release issued by the Football Association of Singapore)

SINGAPORE, 30 JULY 2012: The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) held its 30th Annual General Meeting this evening at the Jalan Besar Stadium with the Council members, sponsors, club representatives and members of the media in attendance.

Help Wanted: Lake Country Soccer

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An update on recent changes at Lake Country Soccer is in order. Let's summarize...

The Lake Country Soccer Board, in conjunction with the City Parks, chose unanimously not to renew the contract of Executive Director Kelly Ross. The position, under contract with City Parks via the non-profit organization, runs from July 1st annually.

Section 8 Chicago conducts 2012 Annual General Meeting

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On a bright and sunny Saturday afternoon a contingent of Fire fans about 150 strong returned to Toyota Park for the Section 8 Chicago Annual General Meeting (AGM). While the Men in Red themselves were in Florida for pre-season, Section 8 along with many other Fire fans also began preparations for the upcoming 2012 season.

QPR REPORT Thursday Update...The Return of the Official Supporters Club...QPR's Sunderland Loss

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- Throughout the day, the QPR Report Messageboard has news updates, comments and perspectives - even links to other board comments of interest re QPR matters (on and off the field) along with football (and ONLY football) topics in general....Also Follow: QPR REPORT ON TWITTER

- MATCH REPORTS: Compilation of QPR-Sunderland Match Reports and Managerial Comments

- A couple of past articles How Managerial Change often does not help!


New WSL will oversee state adult soccer

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Adult soccer in Wisconsin has a new governing body.

The newly formed Wisconsin Soccer Leagues, Inc., was named the provisional adult association by the U.S. Soccer Federation Board of Directors on June 8 and will oversee adult soccer in the state starting in the fall. The organization was created as a result of the USSF Board revoking the membership of the Wisconsin Soccer Association/Wisconsin Adult Soccer Association on Jan.

Is It Time To Re-Organise Non-League Football Again?

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The events of the weekend in the Football Conference have re-opened a debate within non-league football that has lain dormant for several years, in spite of increasingly contradictory geographical arrangements starting to become more commonplace. Mike Bayly wonders whether it is time to rip up the league committee's rule book and start again.

North American Soccer League

NASL Receives Full Sanctioning at USSF AGM

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The NASL announced this morning that they have received full sanctioning from the United States Soccer Federation at the organizations annual general meeting. The USSF National Council voted on the matter this morning in the meetings being held in Miami, Florida. Last November the USSFÂ Board of Directors unanimously approved granting NASL sanctioning as a Division [.

NASL Provisiona​lly Sanctioned as Division 2 Profession​al Outdoor Soccer League for 2011 Season

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NASL Required to Fulfill Certain Requirements to Obtain Full Sanctioning Beyond 2011

CHICAGO (Feb. 12, 2011) – The U.S. Soccer Board of Directors provisionally sanctioned the North American Soccer League (NASL) to operate a Division 2 men's outdoor professional soccer league in the United States.

IMS on Kick This Radio Show Saturday Morning

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I'll be a guest on the Soccer Sam Kick This radio show again this morning.

Kick This out of Rochester, NY is the most listened to weekend radio soccer talk show in the nation. Of course we'll be talking about the North American Soccer League and the 1-year provisional sanctioning that was approved by the United Sated Soccer Federation's Board of Directors on Friday afternoon in Las Vegas, Nevada where the USSF Annual General Meeting is being held.

USSF Board of Directors Narrowly Approves 1-year Provisional Sanctioning of NASL; AGM Must Still Ratify

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In a narrow 6-5 vote with both U.S. Soccer President Sunil Gulati and MLS Commissioner Don Garber abstaining, the USSF Board of Directors approved the North American Soccer League (NASL) to provisionally sanction Division 2 pro soccer in the U.S. for 2011. The approval came with a special 1-year provisional status and must still be ratified in today's Annual General Meeting which takes place in Las Vegas, Nevada today.

NASL Update for 2/9/11

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While there's not been a lot of news to report on the NASL sanctioning front in the last few days, things are about to get interesting.

The USSF Annual General Meeting takes place in Las Vegas this Friday morning and ends Saturday afternoon. This is the same meeting that the NASL would have been officially approved as the sanctioned division 2 league in the U.

NASL Loses Club and Sanction

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As USL Pro is moving forward with its realignment and scheduling, the NASL has taken some huge step backwards. On Wednesday, A.C. St. Louis announced it was ceasing operations, depriving the fledgling NASL of a critical metropolitan area.  But even worse news came right before the weekend, as Inside Minnesota Soccer reported the USSF was unhappy with NASL's progress so far and voted to remove the league's provisional second division status.


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January 21, 2011 – Miami, FL. The North American Soccer League (NASL) confirms recent reports that the USSF Board of Directors, at its meeting yesterday, withdrew its provisional sanctioning of the league. The NASL understands that the Board's decision was based on its conclusion that the league fails to comply with certain of the newly heightened Division II professional standards.

NASL Releases Press Statement Concerning US Soccer’s Decision to Decline Sanctioning

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The North American Soccer League released a statement late Friday evening concerning US Soccer's decision to deny them sanctioning of Division 2 pro soccer in the US.



January 21, 2011 – Miami, FL.

NASL approved as USSF second division

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TORONTO, Ont. — The North American Soccer League ("NASL") is provisionally approved as the Division II men's outdoor professional soccer league by the Board of Directors of the United States Soccer Federation ("USSF") at its meeting in Toronto, Canada. The provisional nature of the sanctioning is consistent with the USSF's bylaws which require approval by [.

USSF Approves NASL Bid for Sanctioning of Division II Soccer

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The North American Soccer League (NASL) announced this morning they have been provisionally approved as U.S. Soccer's sanctioned 2nd Division league.

The carefully worded statement said: "The provisional nature of the sanctioning is consistent with the USSF's bylaws which require approval by the National Council of the USSF.

Railhawks Get New Partners in NASL

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Cary, NC – Pro Soccer is a growing business in America, but it's a tough game. That's why it's great news that two more teams have joined the NASL.

The North American Soccer League was started in late 2009 with six teams including our hometown Railhawks.

NASL Bid Include Two Surprises

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Last winter it was all USL v. NASL. It looks like the drama of that is now turning into the drama of how the NASL can become a Division II league under the USSF soccer pyramid. The NASL released a press statement this morning stating they have submitted to the USSF their final bid for sanctioning of Division II.

clubs in crisis

The Battle Lines Are Drawn At Port Vale

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Since 200% last cast a jaundiced eye over Port Vale, plenty has happened but little has changed. Each week seems to have brought a new revelation of ill-behaviour from Vale's board (my forecast that at least one director will come out as a woman trapped in a man's body hasn't happened... yet). And fans have almost unanimously called for them to push off.

A Deeply Flawed Solution: Rushden Out And Kettering In At Nene Park

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It is the Annual General Meeting of the Southern Football League today, at which the ratification of the constitution of the league for next season will take place. One of the teams that is supposed to be starting the new season, however, Rushden & Diamonds, is now almost certainly not going be starting the new season at the end of a week that seems likely to change the face of football in Northamptonshire forever.

Section 8

DJ Racis Bringing the Beat to Reno

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If you have been to a Fire game in the past few years, you have probably heard the steady pulse of the bass drum coming from Section 8. The man behind that beat is long time Chicago Fire fan DJ Racis. DJ has been a dedicated part of Section 8 for almost a decade. Among many other things, he is infamous for running for every Section 8 board position at the Annual General Meeting.

Section 8 Chicago Annual General Meeting Results

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Section 8 Chicago President Tom Dunmore addresses the Annual General Meeting.

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The Section 8 Chicago board elections for 2011 have been finalized.

Section 8 Annual General Meeting and Training Notes

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Section 8 held their Annual General Meeting at the Bridgeview Sportsdome today in conjunction with a Fire merchandise sale and the team's Saturday practice session. The supporter's group conducted the meeting to elect board members and representatives and address fan questions and concerns.

The Rest

Lloyd, Ellis respond to new U.S. Soccer policy requiring players stand for national anthem

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At the U.S. Soccer Federation's Annual General Meeting on Saturday, March 4, a controversial policy was revealed regarding the national anthem.

The policy states that "all persons representing a Federation national team shall stand respectfully during the playing of the national anthems at any event in which the Federation is represented.

Fire news and notes - Maloney update

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During the Section 8 Chicago/ISA's Annual General meeting this past weekend Fire brass updated supporters on a variety of topics during a Q&A session. Here's a quick rundown of the highlights for those that were not in attendance:
  • Frank Yallop, Brian Bliss, Atul Khosla, and Logan Pause all participated in the Q&A session.

USSF looking at deficit

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Steven Goff of the Washington Post wrote about the 604-page U.S. Soccer Federation budget for fiscal year 2013, which covers April 2012 through the following March, and must be ratified at the USSF's annual general meeting in March.

Among his discoveries:

* The USSF is projecting a $6.

WYSA lauds annual award winners

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The Wisconsin Youth Soccer Association announced its 2011 award winners, recognizing some of the people who make soccer a success across the state.

The five state winners will be honored at the WYSA Annual General Meeting on March 24 at Monona Terrace in Madison, and are eligible for Region II and national honors as part of the U.

First Past Post For Cambodia League

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PHNOM PENH (29 March 2011) –Acquiescing to the requests of teams playing in the Metfone Cambodia League, the Football Federation of Cambodia (FFC) have decided to scrap the Super Four playoffs.

The Super Four playoffs was introduced by the FFC to decide the Cambodian League champions where after the league stage of home and away, the top four ranked teams are then drawn among each other in a semi-final match up and then the final game.

F.C. New York Will Finally Play a Pro Soccer Game

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On April Fool's day, 2009, the United Soccer Leagues announced FC New York and the next new USL-1 (Division II) team for 2010. That may have been a bad day to make an announcement that USL was coming back to New York at the pro level after the loss of the Long Island Rough Riders.