Author: Ashley Morrison

The True All Rounder?

In the 1982 Test match against India in Kolkata, as the game petered to a draw England’s Graham Gooch was thrown the ball and started to do his bowling impressions. A new addition to his repertoire was that of Indian

Citing Questioned When Sight Maybe Should

Melbourne Victory Coach Kevin Muscat has been cited by the FFA following comments he made following his team’s semi final loss to Melbourne City. The official FFA press release reads “The citing relates to comments made in the official post-match

Finding Glory

Does the name Sunil Chhetri ring any bells with Perth Glory fans? It was in 2011 that the then director of football Dave Mitchell flew to Qatar to watch the Asian Cup, and assess the Indian striker’s performance against Australia.

Losing to Win

“Winning isn’t everything, it’s the only thing,” is one of many quotes that are bandied about in sport. In fact motivational quotes about winning have become big business, either as posters, or in books complimented with great sporting photographs. It

Bigger Definitely Not Always Better

Sport should always be about quality rather than quantity. A glut of games does not guarantee the quality of the games. Sometimes the expansion of a competition can compromise the quality of the competition, and many of the games become

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