Queanbeyan City Football Club eyes new chapter following historic fine for referee abuse

Isobel Cootes
By Isobel Cootes
Updated October 4 2021 - 8:18am, first published 8:00am
Queanbeyan City Football Club wants to turn a new leaf next season under its new coach. Picture: Shutterstock

Queanbeyan City Football Club is looking to turn over a new leaf and set the benchmark for spectator management next season after it was handed the biggest fine in Canberra's soccer history for referee abuse in July.


Isobel Cootes

Isobel Cootes


Sports reporter at The Canberra Times. A Novocastrian with a passion for football (or soccer as they call it in the capital) via The Examiner and The Port Lincoln Times.

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