Podcast #37 – The Hockey Pro-League, Local Football and Revenue Sharing with International Teams All Come Under The Microscope.

Podcast #37 – The Hockey Pro-League, Local Football and Revenue Sharing with International Teams All Come Under The Microscope.

Thank you to all of you downloading the podcast, the last show had the second highest number of downloads on the day it was posted. On this show our focus is once again football, but we turn our attention to

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

Taking The Edge Off Their Game

The Hockey World League semi finals currently taking place in London, Brussels and soon Johannesburg are a means of qualifying for next year’s Hockey World Cup. All the teams that make the semi finals qualify for the World Cup. In

Pro League Must be Supported, Despite Disappointments

Whenever there is a selection process for anything there will always be someone upset at being left out. The International Hockey Federation announced on the weekend the nine men’s and nine women’s teams to contest their new Pro League competition

Sin Bin Is Going To Get Rugby In Hot Water

In recent weeks in the world of rugby there have been some pretty shocking decisions made by the match officials. These have not all been decisions made by the referee on the spur of the moment, but in consultation with

A-League Clubs Hold The Key To Their Own Future, and Australian Football’s

Has Australian football grown to as big as it is going to get? This was a question posed by The Guardian’s Paul Connelly a few weeks ago in an interesting article. It is a valid question. David Gallop and the

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