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A State of Indifference?

Western Australia has a proud footballing history. Fifty years ago this year the State became the first Australian representative team to compete in an Asian tournament, the Merdeka Cup in Malaysia. The Socceroos had been invited but had to decline,

Vale: Mike Cockerill

Everyone has opinions. Some will back those up with measured arguments or deep rooted beliefs. Often we will all disagree with another persons views, but even if after discussion we still beg to differ, most of the time we walk

Podcast #40 – Matt Hodgson Discusses the Western Force Past, Present and Future, and We Explore Concussion.

Podcast #40 – Matt Hodgson Discusses the Western Force Past, Present and Future, and We Explore Concussion.

What a couple of weeks it has been with Cricket Australia finally reaching agreement with the players, FIFA and the AFC trying to act as a mediator with the FFA and the stakeholders and the ARU deciding to dump the

Podcast #33 – Cricketer Greg Dyer, the Super Rugby debacle and Athlete Responsibility

There has been plenty happening in sport in recent weeks and in this podcast we look to try and cover off a few. On this show we have as our guest former Australian Wicketkeeper Greg Dyer. Following Virat Kohl branding

New National Premier League – The Move That Had to Happen

All sport essentially belongs to the people who play it, coach it, officiate it, and watch it. So why is it that many who are privileged to work within the sporting world seek to gain personally from that involvement? Why

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