Podcast #33 – Cricketer Greg Dyer, the Super Rugby debacle and Athlete Responsibility

There has been plenty happening in sport in recent weeks and in this podcast we look to try and cover off a few. On this show we have as our guest former Australian Wicketkeeper Greg Dyer. Following Virat Kohl branding

Australia’s Hockey Grail – On Sale

Every four years the Kookaburras head off to the Olympic Games expected to return with a gold medal. The expectation is possibly warranted as they have been ranked in the top four men’s hockey teams in the world for the

Thank You Upsets Some Fans

It appears that the message scrolling alongside the pitch during Perth Glory’s finals victory over Melbourne City at AAMI Park did not go unnoticed by many. The message thanked the club’s members for their support. Was the message aimed at

Glory’s Unsung Hero?

What is it about certain players in sport that sees some elevated to, and the term is over used in modern times, ‘club legend’ status, or even ‘fan favourite,’ while others are condemned simply to be just ‘former players.’ There

Is A Club About to be Consigned to History?

Sport survives on emotions. The emotions that the players draw from us with their performances live with us for many years. The successes and failures of the teams that we support see us ride a rollercoaster of emotions. Anyone who

Olympic Games Hosting To Be Limited To A Few Cities

Bidding for the world’s major sporting events is an expensive business, as Australia found out in its failed attempt to host the FIFA World Cup. It appears that the Governing bodies are aware that many Governments in tough economic times

Clubs are Crucial to the Community

Is Australia losing its competitive spirit, or simply following a worldwide trend? The recent Roy Morgan Research data revealed that only one in five Australians over the age of 14 regularly play competitive sport, a figure that is down 27%

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