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Podcast #39 – Boxing and the Johnny Famechon Statue Project, As Well As The Closing of the Centre of Excellence

Podcast #39 – Boxing and the Johnny Famechon Statue Project, As Well As The Closing of the Centre of Excellence

Once again thank you to those who downloaded the last podcast, we are averaging four figure downloads which is great. On this show our interview it to do with recognising an Australian Legend in boxer Johhny Famechon. Gary Luscombe has

Podcast #37 – The Hockey Pro-League, Local Football and Revenue Sharing with International Teams All Come Under The Microscope.

Podcast #37 – The Hockey Pro-League, Local Football and Revenue Sharing with International Teams All Come Under The Microscope.

Thank you to all of you downloading the podcast, the last show had the second highest number of downloads on the day it was posted. On this show our focus is once again football, but we turn our attention to

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

Academies Filling the Void in Schools

When we see the face of a child we it invariably makes us think of the future. In most cases it makes us want to ensure a positive future. When the Football Federation of Australia was created in 2005, from

Centre Of Excellence To Close, But Are A-League Clubs Capable of Filling the Void?

Some in football may be surprised that there has not been more of an outcry on hearing the news that the FFA’s Centre of Excellence, formerly its Australian Institute of Sport program in Canberra is going to be shut down.

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