Ange Right to Step Down

After four years at the helm of the Socceroos Ange Postecoglou has confirmed that he is stepping down from the role. The reaction of fans and the media to the news has been mixed. Yet does this announcement really come

World Cup Expansion Makes No Sense.

Since when has FIFA listened to what the fans want? Their decision to push on and expand the World Cup Finals from 32 teams to 48 is diluting the competition as a whole, and will most likely mean that the

Bigger Definitely Not Always Better

Sport should always be about quality rather than quantity. A glut of games does not guarantee the quality of the games. Sometimes the expansion of a competition can compromise the quality of the competition, and many of the games become

Always Easier to Blame the Coach

The resignation of England Rugby Union coach Stuart Lancaster can have come as no surprise to many. Yet should he have been the man to fall on is sword? Lancaster left the post according to the RFU, “by mutual consent.”

Blatter Must Go – But Who Can Take Charge?

One day privileges, the next day protestations of innocence. This has become the path of the average FIFA Executive. To be fair it is not far removed from the average player these days, who only wants to talk when the

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