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Tidbit I didn’t realise from that video - round of 16 is regional/zones too. So Brisbane won’t need to play an A league team until at least the QF. I understand the benefits of zones especially in the current covid environment but it does not thing for the integrity of the competition.
But I think given the situation it was this or nothing. As long as it’s only for now I’m okay with itTidbit I didn’t realise from that video - round of 16 is regional/zones too. So Brisbane won’t need to play an A league team until at least the QF. I understand the benefits of zones especially in the current covid environment but it does not thing for the integrity of the competition.
I'm happy to watch some FFA cup but its pretty weird we'll have 2 sides through to the round of 8 before we know which a league sides will qualify for the round of 32. Hopefully they can catch up a bit before the AL season kicks off.The FFA Cup 2021 Round of 16 will begin with two massive derby fixtures in South Australia & Queensland later this month. Three-time FFA Cup Winners Adelaide United will face South Australian opposition for the first time in the competition’s history, coming up against National Premier Leagues...www.theffacup.com.au