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Facing the Facts – England Simply Was Not Good Enough

The Ashes series for 2017/18 has come to an end and Australia were worthy winners. Yet reading some reviews of the series one would think it was a far closer affair than it ended up. Sure there were key moments

Too Hot In The Kitchen? So Should Cook Leave?

Some of the best ideas and some of the worst too are aired over a beer. During the recent Perth Ashes Test Match when Alastair Cook failed again and England’s bowling was far from penetrating there were plenty who were

A League of Its Own

Australians are proud sports fans. They love their team to win and they love to boast that despite the small population the country can punch above its weight internationally. Many fans are also extremely knowledgeable whole others have a passing

Podcast #42 – Fee Free Football, Nationalism and Hockey’s Place on Australia’s Sporting Landscape.

Podcast #42 – Fee Free Football, Nationalism and Hockey’s Place on Australia’s Sporting Landscape.

It has been a while between Podcast and we apologise but Ashley was in Turkmenistan commentating at the 5th Asian Indoor & Martial Arts Games. The astronomical cost for a young boy or girl to play football has long been

Rules of Engagement

When did playing football become complicated? The reason for its worldwide popularity has always been because of its simplicity, but the world over administrators feel the need to tamper with things, leaving fans players and coaches scratching their heads. At

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