Podcast #48 – Women Being Given a Fair Deal, The Power of the Brain and Too Many Rule Changes.

Where does the time go? It seems like only yesterday we were posting the last podcast. As usual there is plenty happening in the World of Sport. Plenty to debate, plenty to marvel at and plenty to bemoan. Back in

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

Keep On Keeping On.

Was it really a surprise to read that Western Australian Brad Jones is in line for a recall to the Socceroos now that Bert Van Marwijk has been appointed coach? What people should be asking is why has he been

Is Expansion and Restructure the Way Forward?

Fifteen years ago football fans in Australian dreamt of a new dawn for the game. The game was disjointed, it was corrupt and it was in disarray. Soccer Australia which was the game’s governing body was under immense pressure and

Can You Put A Price on History?

Sport has always been a place for differences of opinion on and off the pitch. In the modern era we are constantly seeing management and administrators making changes to what has been the norm. Sometimes those changes are for the

The Narrow Pathway

There is a phrase going around in sport at present that it is the best payers who are being selected to play for teams ahead of the best players. Many feel that this is how sport has evolved as a

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