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Will An Appeal Delay the Socceroos?

Understandably the United States of America is in shock that its men’s football, or as they call it soccer team, has failed to qualify for the World cup next year in Russia. This is the first time that the United

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

A Knights Tale

Yesterday the Western Knights made history in Western Australian football by becoming the first team outside the top division to win the State League cup in its many guises. It was the third time that the Western Knights and Sorrento

No, to a Fourth Test

The final three minutes of the British and Irish Lions final Test match against the All Blacks will be talked about for at least the next twelve years. Was referee Romain Poite right to award a scrum to New Zealand

The Return of the Referee

Being a referee or an umpire in any sport is a thankless task, and one that few ever receive the respect or credit they deserve. The reason being that good officials are hardly noticed while bad ones stand out. In

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