Australian soccer authority takes huge tumble off theatre during A-League …

May 17, 2015 - photo frame

Frank Lowy, a 84-year-old authority of Football Federation Australia, was perplexing to give a A-League’s prize to a Melbourne Victory after their 3-0 win in a league’s Grand Final. Instead, a 84-year-old took an huge tumble off a stage:

Falls are mostly flattering frightful for comparison folks, and a crowd, that had reportedly booed Lowy progressing in a proceedings, fell wordless as paramedics tended to a 84-year-old. But somehow Lowy is all  right — an FFA orator pronounced a usually damage suffered is a bruise shoulder — and a prize rite resumed after only a two-minute delay.

Lowy, a self-made billionaire ranked as Australia’s richest authority in 2010, has been credited with assisting reanimate soccer in Australia — he took over as FFA authority in 2003 and a A-League was founded in 2005.

Several Getty Images photographers prisoner a tumble frame-by-frame:

(Photo credit: Robert Prezioso, Getty)

(Photo credit: Robert Prezioso, Getty)

(Photo credit: Robert Prezioso, Getty)

(Photo credit: Robert Prezioso, Getty)

Photo credit: Robert Cianflone/Getty Images

Photo credit: Robert Cianflone/Getty Images

Photo credit: Robert Cianflone/Getty Images

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