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Podcast #36 – A Young Western Australian Looks Back On A First Season in England, The Western Force, and Sharing the Spoils

Podcast #36 – A Young Western Australian Looks Back On A First Season in England, The Western Force, and Sharing the Spoils

There has certainly been plenty to talk about in sport of late, and much of it happening off the pitch. Which gives us plenty to discuss. On this show our guest is another young Western Australian that backed himself and

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

It Is A Matter of Trust.

There is a real irony that the Football clubs in Western Australia are talking about a rebel league. The irony being that there is not a single club, with the exception of Subiaco, that has lived up to the definition

The Cost Of Sport

It was World Series Cricket in the late 1970’s that forced the Cricket establishments around the world to start paying the players a wage that meant that they could truly focus on just cricket. Following the commercial success of the

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

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