Championship

Boycotting the Cup to Survive

There is a conundrum that seems to be effecting a number of sports worldwide. The teams at the top of all sports have, often deservedly, a great deal more than those below them. More money, better players, better facilities, and

Podcast #36 – A Young Western Australian Looks Back On A First Season in England, The Western Force, and Sharing the Spoils

Podcast #36 – A Young Western Australian Looks Back On A First Season in England, The Western Force, and Sharing the Spoils

There has certainly been plenty to talk about in sport of late, and much of it happening off the pitch. Which gives us plenty to discuss. On this show our guest is another young Western Australian that backed himself and

Money’s Too Tight to Mention

They say money talks. This term is usually used when, in sporting terms, a club manages to sign a highly rated player, but have to pay over the odds to snare their signature. It is also used when a player

Castro and Keogh A Key Combination

Congratulations to Spaniard Diego Castro for sweeping the board when it came to the awards at Perth Glory’s Most Glorious Player Dinner. Castro who was signed at the start of the last A-League season picked up the coveted QBE Most

Long Term Vision Linked to Long Term Employment

Perth Glory today to revealed their four year strategy as a club, and by all accounts there are some lofty goals. Nothing wrong with that, as the saying goes “Shoot for the moon. Even if you miss you will land

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