Robert Sestan elected Football NSW Vice-President


Sestan?s involvement in football at an administration level has been extensive being a Club Board Director at Sydney United (1994-1995, 1997-2001, 2009) and was also a Director on Board of Soccer NSW as the NSL delegate in 2001 and was also the Director on Board of Soccer Australia in 2002.
Sestan was one of only three Directors out of six at Soccer Australia who was prepared to resign from the position of Director on the Board of Soccer Australia in order to allow the elevation of Mr Frank Lowy and his team to take control over the national body.
Sestan is also the head of a Professional Accounting, Tax and Business Advisory Services practice.
Robert Sestan replaces Howard Bradley who filled the position as a casual vacancy as per Football NSW constitution section 10.14.
Howard Bradley has been involved with the game at a state level for over twelve years. Prior to that he was one of the key figures with the Blacktown City Football Club (Licensed Club) and the Blacktown City Demons Football Club.
Howard Bradley played a significant role in unifying the NSW Soccer Federation and the NSW Amateur Soccer Federation into what is now known as Football NSW.  
Howard Bradley has acknowledged that in his role as a Director both at a State and Club level he was assisted immensely by many volunteers who dedicate their time to the development of the game. Howard believes he was particularly honoured to serve Football in NSW at both the State and Club level.
Football NSW and its membership would like to thank Howard Bradley for his excellent service and dedication to football in NSW.
At the Annual General Meeting the football community bestowed the honour of the Life Membership of Football NSW on Ron Beaumont, who has been a prominent figure within the refereeing ranks of Football NSW for over 35 years.