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Former Fifa and CFG executive Johnson bullish as he starts FFA tenure

FFA Chief Executive Officer James Johnson and Matilda Elise Kellond-Knight pose for a photo during an Australia Matildas media opportunity at Bankwest Stadium on January 29, 2020 in Sydney, Australia. (Brook Mitchell/Getty Images)

With top sponsors jumping ship, Football Federation Australia’s new CEO James Johnson faces a tough start to his new role. But there is confidence he has the know-how to turn things around. John Duerden reports.

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