Ange Right to Step Down

After four years at the helm of the Socceroos Ange Postecoglou has confirmed that he is stepping down from the role. The reaction of fans and the media to the news has been mixed. Yet does this announcement really come

Stand Alone A-League Will Be A Game Changer

We have all read about the delegation from FIFA and the AFC arriving in Australia this week as part of a fact-finding mission to look at instigating changes to FFA’s constitution. The ulterior motive is believed to be to have

Women’s Sport Coming to the Fore

There is a saying behind every successful man there is a woman pushing hard. This may soon be changed to behind every successful sport there are women pushing hard. As in Australia it would appear that women are very much

Podcast #22 – Football, and the Wash up from the Olympics

The Olympic Games have come to an end and John and Ashley debate a few issues such as should Athletes have to stay in the village to compete and when should those deprived of medals due to drug cheats receive

The Hungry Games – Tracey Wheeler

Women’s football has only been in the Olympic Games since 1996 but Australia’s Matildas have participated in three Olympiads. In Sydney in 2000 Western Australia’s Tracey Wheeler was the sole representative from the state. In the fifth edition of the

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