Too Hot In The Kitchen? So Should Cook Leave?

Some of the best ideas and some of the worst too are aired over a beer. During the recent Perth Ashes Test Match when Alastair Cook failed again and England’s bowling was far from penetrating there were plenty who were

Podcast #45 – Volleyball’s Up and Coming Coach, Chris Ciriello Looks Back On His Career and Much More…

Podcast #45 – Volleyball’s Up and Coming Coach, Chris Ciriello Looks Back On His Career and Much More…

Season’s Greetings! Here is our last podcast for 2017. This show is slightly longer than normal as we have two guests and only one topic to be discussed in detail. As we will not be back until mid-January we thought

Watching You, Watching Football

Moscow is a beautiful city, and is anticipating a huge increase in visitors for the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Yet it is a city used to coping with large numbers of visitors with the Moscow City Government stating that 19

One Man’s Opinion

We received a lengthy email in the past few days from Jospeh Fritz. In it he raised a number of issues affecting the game of hockey at the moment. The email started with Joseph saying “I am a hockey fan,

The Competition for Dollars, Who Will be Disqualified

At the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games a series of images were used to embody what is known as the Olympic Spirit. One such image was of Tanzanian Marathon runner John Akwhari who in Mexico in 1968 famously came staggering into

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