Steven Lowy: FFA job wasn't handed to me

New Football Federation Australia (FFA) chairman Steven Lowy has reiterated the fact that he went through the same process as everyone else to land the job previously held by his father.

Lowy, 52, is the son of long-time FFA chairman and co-founder of Westfield - billionaire Frank Lowy. 
Mr. Lowy, who recently celebrated his 85th birthday, announced earlier this year he would be stepping down from his role at FFA. 
When his son was announced as his successor, Frank ensured people were aware the process was "independent – of me, anyway – and he happened the lead the pack. I didn't put my son there, he was put forward as part of a due process."
Steven Lowy was sworn in at today's FFA AGM and spoke to the media along with CEO David Gallop.
The official FFA account tweeted the proceedings and here are some of the highlights: