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Chris Dutton is the sports editor at The Canberra Times.

A-League snub could affect plans for new stadium in Canberra

A-League snub could affect plans for new stadium in Canberra

Canberra securing an A-League licence was viewed as a crucial part to building a new stadium in Civic. What happens now?

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Should Canberra believe the FFA and its empty A-League promise?
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Should Canberra believe the FFA and its empty A-League promise?

The FFA broke Canberra hearts on Thursday. Again. So almost 10 years after the first snub, should Canberra fans believe the FFA after another promise?

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'This isn't the end': Canberra A-League bid refuses to die after snub
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'This isn't the end': Canberra A-League bid refuses to die after snub

The bad news is Canberra's A-League bid has missed out on an expansion licence. The good news is they're next in line, if you believe the FFA.

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Canberra snubbed by FFA, but is there an A-League olive branch coming?
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Canberra snubbed by FFA, but is there an A-League olive branch coming?

Canberra was one of six bids competing for the two expansion licences, with a decision made at the FFA board meeting on Wednesday.

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Canberra A-League bid faces sleepless night and wait for decision

Canberra A-League bid faces sleepless night and wait for decision

The FFA board has delayed a decision on A-League expansion, giving Canberra officials a nervous wait for a Thursday press conference.

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Pocock's 'real concerns' about ongoing neck pain after brutal year
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Pocock's 'real concerns' about ongoing neck pain after brutal year

But the Brumbies and Wallabies star impressed despite injuries and won the Rugby Union Players' Association top prize on Wednesday.

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Basketball ACT looking for new boss after chief executive steps down

Basketball ACT looking for new boss after chief executive steps down

Basketball ACT boss Michael Haynes is likely to move into a new role.

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ACT government could use Raiders' $150,000 to reinvest in sport

ACT government could use Raiders' $150,000 to reinvest in sport

ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr has hinted at using the money from a financial penalty to lure more sporting events to Canberra.

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Canberra set to bid for NRL women's State of Origin hosting rights

Canberra set to bid for NRL women's State of Origin hosting rights

The capital has emerged as a destination for the marquee women's fixture after the NRL approached the government.

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Saturday serve: To fine or not to fine, that is the Raiders' question
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Saturday serve: To fine or not to fine, that is the Raiders' question

The Raiders were fined $150,000 by the ACT government this week, but long-term picture is about negotiations for a new stadium contract.

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Rise of Brumbies rookie drives Josh Mann-Rea to bury injury demons

Rise of Brumbies rookie drives Josh Mann-Rea to bury injury demons

The veteran hooker is ready to relaunch his Super Rugby career and the rise of Folau Faingaa is adding extra motivation.

  • by Chris Dutton