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Pro League Must be Supported, Despite Disappointments

Whenever there is a selection process for anything there will always be someone upset at being left out. The International Hockey Federation announced on the weekend the nine men’s and nine women’s teams to contest their new Pro League competition

No Conspiracy Behind the Home and Away League

Ever since the introduction of artificial turf at the 1976 Olympic Games the hockey nations from the sub-continent have claimed that this was a deliberate move by powers within the game of hockey to halt their success. The reason given

Glory’s Unsung Hero?

What is it about certain players in sport that sees some elevated to, and the term is over used in modern times, ‘club legend’ status, or even ‘fan favourite,’ while others are condemned simply to be just ‘former players.’ There

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

Centre Of Excellence To Close, But Are A-League Clubs Capable of Filling the Void?

Some in football may be surprised that there has not been more of an outcry on hearing the news that the FFA’s Centre of Excellence, formerly its Australian Institute of Sport program in Canberra is going to be shut down.

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