Agree with that Paulska. Their only reason for being trigger happy first and reviewing the process later was timing.
They said at the time they believed they had to act immediately to get a new coach in for the warm up games and to allow sufficient WC prep. If they’d taken a month to fully investigate and THEN decided to sack him then that’s the only thing that would be even more disruptive to the players.
The absolute dumbest thing is bringing up the surveys and culture as reasoning when no specifics can be provided due to confidentiality. They’ve officially terminated him without cause and are paying him out, which contractually they are allowed to do, so just run with any standard change of direction nonsense. Raising that stuff has only positioned the FFA in a perfect spread-eagle for subsequent legal action.