Brisbane Roar future secure

Brisbane Roar's Hyundai A-League future is secure despite recent media reports calling into question the club's financial position, according to CEO Peter McLennan.

Brisbane Roar's Hyundai A-League future is secure despite recent media reports calling into question the club's financial position, according to CEO Peter McLennan.

While acknowledging the difficult circumstances in which the club continued to operate, McLennan said there were no concerns over Brisbane Roar's long-term viability.

"These have been difficult times to operate any business and Brisbane Roar are no exception to this," McLennan said.

"The general global financial conditions and recent floods have impacted us as much as many other Queensland businesses.

"Despite this I can tell you Brisbane Roar are here for next season and many seasons beyond that.

"We are working hard to move the club in a positive financial direction and are confident the current success on the field will open doors to further investment in the club."

McLennan is on record as saying the club is actively seeking further investors to help strengthen the club's off-field position.

With confirmation the club will participate on the 2012 AFC Champions League, McLennan believed even greater opportunities would present themselves over the coming months.

"As I have said before there will be an annual club review at the conclusion of the season which will include our ownership model," he said.

"We've made no secret of the fact we are in the market for further investment in the club to supplement the current owners.

"We have big ambitions for the club on the pitch as outlined by Ange Postecoglou and those are matched by the off-field ambitions.

"Everyone at Brisbane Roar wants the club to be No.1 in every aspect and that is the goal we are all working towards."

McLennan said the comprehensive post-season review would cover all aspects of the club's operations.

He said despite the fact Postecoglou had a contract which ran until March 2012, an extension as a result of the review process was not out of the question.

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