Is A Premier League Move the Right One?

In the early hours of this morning Swindon Town proved that its no good having possession in sport unless you use it. They dominated possession against Play off rivals Preston North End, but the difference was with the small amount

Sacrificing the Olympic Dream

So many Athletes dream of the Olympics and many have that dream shattered by coaches, but how many sacrifice that Olympic dream over a principle and shocking administration, from the sport’s governing body. Basketball Australia should hang their heads in

Vale Ernie Hannigan

It was very sad to hear of the passing of Ernie Hannigan last night. Those who knew Ernie know that he was a rare breed. Meeting him one would never know his achievements because he had a humility that is

Selection Process Starts Again

Organisers of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics have taken the step of officially launching the bidding process for sports hoping to be added to the Summer Games in Japan, the International Olympics Committee (IOC) confirmed last week. The two news sports

The Teenage Challenge

Finally the FFA have done something right taking the A-League licence off of Newcastle Jets owner Nathan Tinkler. Although once again their actions expose more problems than they answer, and Tinkler may well be right when he states “this could

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