Podcast #25 – Gridiron, Squash, Kabaddi and so much more…

Time for another Podcast and for this episode we have two fantastic guests. First up we have Phoebe Schecter, American born, yet she had never played Gridiron until she moved to the UK. She is now not only Captain of

Laps Result in Coach Being Sacked

One of the complaints in Australia is that we are over governed. The key problem being that successive governments bring in new laws but rarely repeal old ones. Does the same apply in sport? Hopefully we are not as bad

This Sporting Life

If current players influence the players of the future, and the top coaches of the past and today influence many coaching and planning to coach, who influences sports administrators? This may seem a strange question, but personally I am greatly

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

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