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CCF possible split with FNSW

Wombat

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For all the talk of insurance being junk, the only time ive had to utilise it was for a knee reconstruction and i got the max $5k return. Not bad for the $60ish fee
Are you connected??.......because this sounds like bullshit!!! I will check with a mate who had to deal with 3 separate knee surgeries in one year to see if there is any truth
 

marinermick

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Are you connected??.......because this sounds like bullshit!!! I will check with a mate who had to deal with 3 separate knee surgeries in one year to see if there is any truth

I know someone who got $200 for an $8k knee operation last season and that is under the new CCF insurance.
 

Paolo

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Are you connected??.......because this sounds like bullshit!!! I will check with a mate who had to deal with 3 separate knee surgeries in one year to see if there is any truth
Doesnt look like the 2021 FNSW programme differs greatly from 2017 when i claimed.

Note: i elected to pay out of pocket for my reconstruction as i didnt have private health, so had significant non medicare covered expenses.
 

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marinermick

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I wonder what prompted the reconciliation Mick?

I suspect CCF realised the enormity of their decision and how much work was needed in terms of governance, member protection and child protection. Especially in the light that CCF were not going to deliver cheaper football.

I also know that FFA were quite active in engaging CCF since the decision. Perhaps this engagement was fruitful.
 

Ozhammer

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I suspect CCF realised the enormity of their decision and how much work was needed in terms of governance, member protection and child protection. Especially in the light that CCF were not going to deliver cheaper football.

I also know that FFA were quite active in engaging CCF since the decision. Perhaps this engagement was fruitful.
Hmmm, let’s hope it was for the right reasons then, as having used the nuclear option once, it kinda makes it difficult for CCF to do it again if this late reconciliation doesn’t go well eh?
 

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