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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

No Conspiracy Behind the Home and Away League

Ever since the introduction of artificial turf at the 1976 Olympic Games the hockey nations from the sub-continent have claimed that this was a deliberate move by powers within the game of hockey to halt their success. The reason given

It All Comes Down to Money

Sport is now a business, no matter what level you participate. Just as in the business world some clubs are full time professional outfits, others are part-time, and many are run from home. Yet no matter which category you fall

Lowe to Take the High Road?

It would appear that Perth Glory’s finals win against Melbourne City at AAMI Park was not only a big win for the club, but it may prove to be a very important win for club coach Kenny Lowe. Kenny Lowe

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

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