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Podcast #42 – Fee Free Football, Nationalism and Hockey’s Place on Australia’s Sporting Landscape.

Podcast #42 – Fee Free Football, Nationalism and Hockey’s Place on Australia’s Sporting Landscape.

It has been a while between Podcast and we apologise but Ashley was in Turkmenistan commentating at the 5th Asian Indoor & Martial Arts Games. The astronomical cost for a young boy or girl to play football has long been

Pro League and HIL to Compliment Each Other

Several weeks ago when we ran a story advising that it looked as if there would be no Hockey India League in 2018, (No HIL, Equals Hockey in Limbo)there was an uproar amongst Hockey fans that the highest paid league

Patience, and Faith in Youth Can Deliver a Dream

Patience is a real virtue in modern-day sport, but sadly very few club owners, administrators or even national associations seem to possess this virtue. In 2005 the Junior Hockey World Cup was played in Rotterdam. In the final Argentina defeated

Podcast #24 – A Very Asian Feel to the Show with Rugby in Iran, and Kabaddi in India.

Podcast #24 – A Very Asian Feel to the Show with Rugby in Iran, and Kabaddi in India.

Time for another Podcast and for this episode we have Ashley and John in two different countries thanks to the wonders of modern technology. In this show we catch up with Liam Dunseath who is the England-based coach of the

The Transformation of Elite Athletes

The term Elite Athlete used to mean a person who was identified as talented and whom a club or association decided to invest in for the future. That investment came along the lines of assisting financially with extra training and