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A-League Clubs Hold The Key To Their Own Future, and Australian Football’s

Has Australian football grown to as big as it is going to get? This was a question posed by The Guardian’s Paul Connelly a few weeks ago in an interesting article. It is a valid question. David Gallop and the

The Cup Does Not Overflow

They say it is a dog eat dog world, and never has that been truer than in the world of sport. Players, agents, coaches and clubs all fighting for the limelight and the best deal that they can get for

What’s Best For The Kids.

Change can sometimes be challenging. Change can also be confronting. Change may be happening quicker today than in years gone by, and many may be more open to change, but change can still be destabilising. For years the Australian sporting

It All Comes Down to Money

Sport is now a business, no matter what level you participate. Just as in the business world some clubs are full time professional outfits, others are part-time, and many are run from home. Yet no matter which category you fall

FFA and FIFA Face Off

The wheels in sports administration move very slowly when they are asked to take action, but those under their control are expected to jump when the administrators come calling. It would appear that the Football Federation of Australia may well

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