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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

Has There Been a Change? After All the Champion is Still the Team that Finishes First.

Congratulations to Perth SC for winning another league title in Western Australia’s highest football competition. Commiserations to Inglewood United who have had a great season, but stumbled at the final hurdle losing to a resurgent ECU Joondalup. It has been

Is the Integrity of the Competition at Risk?

Coming into the Western Australian NPL game at the weekend Perth Glory Youth had never beaten Floreat Athena. The best they had managed was a 2-2 draw in April 2015. Leading into the round 20 fixture there was no reason

Footballers Coming Home

They say a week is a long time in football, so imagine what three months must feel like. At the end of March 2016 Perth-raised Rostyn Griffiths made it known that he would be leaving Eredivisie outfit Roda JC. At

The Cost of Loyalty

Josh Risdon is fast becoming the player that epitomises Perth Glory, just as former captain Gareth Naven did. He is the local boy who came good. The player that many aspiring footballers can relate to because they can identify with