Southern hemisphere

Time to Quash Rumours With More Information

It was back in June that the International Hockey Federation (FIH) announced the teams that would participate in their revolutionary global league to be known as the Pro League. Within a month of that announcement India withdrew both its men’s

Lions Tours Take On The Best

Despite a British and Irish Lions Tour to remember there are still some people who question the quadrennial tour. They have questioned whether the united Lions are good enough to take on the Southern Hemisphere teams, and whether in the

No Conspiracy Behind the Home and Away League

Ever since the introduction of artificial turf at the 1976 Olympic Games the hockey nations from the sub-continent have claimed that this was a deliberate move by powers within the game of hockey to halt their success. The reason given

Podcast #13 – Taking a Look at The Year Ahead, and the 2nd Part of Our Interview on the New Roles and Responsibilities of Player Agents.

Podcast #13 – Taking a Look at The Year Ahead, and the 2nd Part of Our Interview on the New Roles and Responsibilities of Player Agents.

We hope that you enjoyed the first podcast of the year and the first half of our interview with Peter Paleologos on the impact of FIFA deregulating the role of a Football Agent. In this podcast we play the second

To Refer or Not to Refer That is the Question

Four Southern hemisphere sides are in the semi-finals of the Rugby World Cup for the first time ever. Some will claim that this confirms that the Rugby Championship is a tournament a notch above the six nations, even if it

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