Football League

Flushed With Success

Professional football goalkeepers are constantly reminded every time they take a goal kick as to how bad they are, usually courtesy of an expletive. One would expect them to develop a thick skin and to put such chants out of

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

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

It Is A Matter of Trust.

There is a real irony that the Football clubs in Western Australia are talking about a rebel league. The irony being that there is not a single club, with the exception of Subiaco, that has lived up to the definition

The Cost Of Sport

It was World Series Cricket in the late 1970’s that forced the Cricket establishments around the world to start paying the players a wage that meant that they could truly focus on just cricket. Following the commercial success of the