Q.S.C. MAY CONDUCT FULL INQUIRY Suspension Case Aaain
AT the request of the executive com mittee of the Brisbane Aand Dis trlcts Football Association therQueens land Soccer- Council at to-nlcrht's meet
ing -will consider ihe question of hold ing a fulltlnquiry into matters relat ing to the. recent suspension and cen sure of prominent club officials, and also into the control of the code In the Brisbane and Districts area: The decision to interest the State Council in the action of the BDFA executive committee is the sequel to the attitude . of club, delegates in fail ing to adopt by. 18 votes to. 16 at last Monday's general meeting the execu tive report dealing with the penalties inflicted. EXECUTIVE'S DECISIONS Mr. S. I. Ross, secretary of the B.D.F.A., advises that the resolution adopted by the executive committee is: — 'That this executive is of the opinion that a grave crisis is likely to arise in the Bris- bane area under its control, by reason of dissension among certain club officials. It further considers that every effort must be made to prevent Soccer football from fall- ing into the state of disruption which ex- isted some few years ago. It further con- siders that a doubt may arise, in the minds of some people as to whether certain sus- pensions are effective, and an effort is to be made to clarify the position. 'The executive, therefore, requests the Queensland Soccer Council to conduct a full Inquiry. Into the following ? matters: (1) The suspensions Imposed ; on -Messrs.- c. Andrews and J. Revie, and the censure on G. Price, together with any matters relative thereto; and (2) the best method of contrpl of Soccer football in the Brisbane and district area.' Officials of the Q.S.C. yesterday would not comment on the attitude likely to be adopted by council members to-night. A further matter to be dealt with i« the resigontlon of Mr. G. H. Price as one of the delegates, representing North Queensland, which was tendered some weeks ago.