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Money Still The Priority

Despite the ongoing proceedings in the United States against former FIFA officials Football’s Governing body have been remarkably quiet. Around 40 defendants have been charged with taking more than USD$200million in bribes for TV and commercial contracts. The first to

Time to Stand As One, or Face the Possible Consequences

Not surprising many Western Australians are angry. They feel a sense of betrayal after the Australian Rugby Union axed the Western Force from the Super Rugby competition on Friday. A decision the ARU claim was due to “financial constraints” yet

Just When I Needed You Most

The Hockey Pro-League which is due to be launched in January 2019 is a competition that many believe will revolutionise international Hockey. As with any major changes in life there are those who are in favour of this new competition

Management on The Run?

Southern hemisphere rugby is in dire straits, of that there can be no doubt. The decision by the power brokers to expand the Super Rugby competition has proven to have been misguided and one based on ego and greed, and

Merging Rather Than Axing May Be The Key In Australian Super Rugby

It was we believe the Daily Telegraph that broke the news first that the Western Force were to be the Australian Super Rugby team axed when the competition gets trimmed back to fifteen. The opening line of their article read

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