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Not a Hat-Trick to Be Proud Of

In Baseball you have three strikes and you are out. In the modern-day workplace if you receive two warnings, a third indiscretion sees you shown the door. It would appear that in society, and in sport, the feeling is if

Time For Accountability

In today’s world we frequently comment that people fail to take accountability for their actions, instead they look to pass the buck, blame others for an outcome or a wrong decision made. In sport there is no hiding from those

Open to Interpretation

There is an old saying that rules are to be obeyed by the foolish and are guidelines for the wise. There are many in various walks of life in Western Australia, Australia and the world who live by this code.

Are The State Bodies Representing Everyone’s Best Interests?

The Board elections for the Football Federation of Australia next month have probably seen the most interest from the football community in the 11 years that the FFA have been in existence. Yet once again a lack of unity within

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