Who’s Hiring?

With information never having been more accessible, sporting clubs and coaches have numerous ways in which they can verify the playing records of players and the coaching credentials of prospective coaches. Most will do a thorough background check on a

The Values of Sport

It has been said many times that sport will teach you all that you want to know about life. You will learn what it means to be a part of a team, to win and lose graciously. You will learn

Knowing Your Rights Can Pay Dividends

When “New Football” was created, the new structure, the new people, the new clubs and the new state bodies, it was agreed that the game in Australia needed stability in those early years. For that stability there had to be

Would Transfers Between A-League Clubs Avoid Player v Club Stand Offs?

It is sad to read all of the stories circulating about Perth Glory’s Rhys Williams in the past few weeks as the player looks to negotiate his way away from his hometown club. It was in April of 2016 that

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.”