Rugby Union

Sharing the Pain and The Blame

The Socceroos have missed out on direct qualification for the FIFA World Cup in 2018. To some this has come as a big shock. They can still qualify, however they will have to do it the hard way. The way

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

To Tweet or Not to Tweet?

There are some who question whether Twitter should be considered a legitimate outlet for news. Certainly it is a great communication tool when news is breaking, but the trouble is knowing whether the source is reliable and interpreting the 140

Stand Alone A-League Will Be A Game Changer

We have all read about the delegation from FIFA and the AFC arriving in Australia this week as part of a fact-finding mission to look at instigating changes to FFA’s constitution. The ulterior motive is believed to be to have

The Brexit Impact on British Sport – Opportunity or Catastrophe?

A lot of jokes have been made about England’s well choreographed exit from Europe coinciding with their exit from the Euros, but football is in fact the sport most likely to suffer due to the referendum result. Football has the

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