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Podcast #39 – Boxing and the Johnny Famechon Statue Project, As Well As The Closing of the Centre of Excellence

Podcast #39 – Boxing and the Johnny Famechon Statue Project, As Well As The Closing of the Centre of Excellence

Once again thank you to those who downloaded the last podcast, we are averaging four figure downloads which is great. On this show our interview it to do with recognising an Australian Legend in boxer Johhny Famechon. Gary Luscombe has

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These are interesting times for Football. The arrests of key executives from FIFA have been a long time coming, but ultimately they have had the desired effect and that is to see the resignation of Sepp Blatter. There is no