Tim Cahill

Time For Deeper Analysis

So the Socceroos will play Honduras home and away to qualify for the World Cup finals in Russia next year. Last night they eventually scraped home against a spirited Syria team. The left hand post of Mat Ryan’s goal, keeping

Investing in the Future, Who Picks up the Bill?

When Tennis Australia took over the running of the Hopman Cup from Paul MacNamee there were many in Western Australia who feared that Western Australia’s days of hosting the event were numbered. Despite assurances from Tennis Australia, and a far

Citing Questioned When Sight Maybe Should

Melbourne Victory Coach Kevin Muscat has been cited by the FFA following comments he made following his team’s semi final loss to Melbourne City. The official FFA press release reads “The citing relates to comments made in the official post-match

Pathway is really a Cul de Sac

On the East Coast of Australia they joke about how things take a little longer to get to Western Australia, but it would appear that in some areas the East Coast are a little slower than the West. In 2011

Elite Focus is Damaging Australian Sport

At the start of last week following the Wallabies second defeat to the All Blacks former Australian international Brett Papworth wrote an article that struck a chord with rugby fans across the country. It was titled “As you Sow, so

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