Chelsea

Why Must Athletes Be Seen, But Not Heard?

How many Politicians have used sport to try and win favour with voters? Those who remember the Sydney Olympics will recall how then Prime Minister John Howard was like and Australian version of “Where’s Wally.” Except rather than wearing a

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

Going Back To The Beginning – No Thanks

The football team that I support was relegated this season to Division Two, 24 years ago it was celebrating being promoted to England’s top division, the Premier League, for the first time in the club’s history. Players are being released

Oops Terry’s Done It Again

Is professional sport there for the athletes or is it there for the fans? Or is it simply a money making business of which both athletes and fans are secondary? It would appear that some sports do not know the

High Priced Road To China

Trent Sainsbury’s loan deal to Inter Milan sees him possibly become the ninth Australian to play in the Serie A, joining Frank Farina, Paul Okon, Mark Bresciano, Vince Grella, John Aloisi, Zeljko Kalac, Josh Brillante and James Troisi. Hopefully he

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