Clarity Needed Leading into 2018.

The Hockey Pro-League is due to commence in just over a year. A competition that is predicted to “revolutionise the sport.” Yet six months after the announcement of the nine men’s and women’s teams due to compete in this new

Money Still The Priority

Despite the ongoing proceedings in the United States against former FIFA officials Football’s Governing body have been remarkably quiet. Around 40 defendants have been charged with taking more than USD$200million in bribes for TV and commercial contracts. The first to

Schedule Upsets Some.

Following the conclusion of the Asia Cup hockey we questioned the scheduling of the fixtures and whether they were fair on all teams and enabled the tournament to come to a conclusion with the two finalists rested and at their

Let the Children Play and The Coaches Coach

It is becoming an accepted fact that today’s young people do not take criticism well. Which means coaching young people has become much harder than it was in the past. Coaching the very young is still about giving children the

Why Must Athletes Be Seen, But Not Heard?

How many Politicians have used sport to try and win favour with voters? Those who remember the Sydney Olympics will recall how then Prime Minister John Howard was like and Australian version of “Where’s Wally.” Except rather than wearing a

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