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Time For Tougher Penalties at The Top

If ever fans needed proof that the commercialisation of sport is more important than the game itself, they need look no further than the suspension handed out to Real Madrid’s Portuguese superstar Ronaldo. Ronaldo received two yellow cards in his

Trialling Players – The Jury is Out

Last week retired Matildas midfielder, Joey Peters spoke out against teenagers being trialled at international level, feeling that the pressure put on these young players was unfair, and also resulted in an early burn-out in their careers. Peters comes from

Split Decision

Tomorrow Real Madrid will look to book their place in the final of the UEFA Champion’s League providing they can overcome Manchester City. While the players will be looking to come out on top on the pitch, coach Zinedine Zidane

Chosen One Struggling To Be First Choice

News that José Mourinho has reportedly signed a pre-contract agreement to join Manchester United, with the former Chelsea manager due up to £15m in compensation if he is not appointed by the club by 1 June, may have pleased some

Chance for the Big Clubs to Help the Little Ones

It is great that so many European footballing sides have opted to come to Australia in their pre-season, but sadly it is not all to do with goodwill. Neither is it all as rosy a picture as many of the

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