There is a phrase going around in sport at present that it is the best payers who are being selected to play for teams ahead of the best players. Many feel that this is how sport has evolved as a
Some in football may be surprised that there has not been more of an outcry on hearing the news that the FFA’s Centre of Excellence, formerly its Australian Institute of Sport program in Canberra is going to be shut down.
While the issue of promotion and relegation to the National Premier League of WA continues to be a major talking point in football on the West Coast of Australia it is interesting to note that it is also an issue
In yesterday’s Australian Newspaper Ray Gatt wrote an excellent article on the demise of Australia football at world youth tournaments. (Australia’s Youth Soccer Teams Have Become Used to Failure) As was pointed out in the article the Olyroos (under 23s)
It was great news last week to hear from Football West that the Black Swan, the state’s emblem will be restored to the shirt of those representing Western Australia. When Football West was formed in 2004 the new governing body