World Cup

Sticking to the Letter of the Law

Whatever the sport the common cry from fans is that they want the rules or laws to be clear cut, and the officiating of those rules or laws to be consistent. Sadly some sports still leave many rules or laws

Podcast #38 – Scotland Midfielder Asa Hartford, the FFA and Cricket’s Stand Off.

Podcast #38 – Scotland Midfielder Asa Hartford, the FFA and Cricket’s Stand Off.

Thank you once again to who downloaded the last podcast, as the last show broke all records in terms of listeners and thank you also to those who took the time to contact us with their feedback. On this show

Taking The Edge Off Their Game

The Hockey World League semi finals currently taking place in London, Brussels and soon Johannesburg are a means of qualifying for next year’s Hockey World Cup. All the teams that make the semi finals qualify for the World Cup. In

Time to Review the Reviewers

The opening lines of Rudyard Kipling’s poem “If” could easily have been written with match officials in mind. “If you can keep your head when all about you Are losing theirs and blaming it on you, If you can trust

Olympic Games Hosting To Be Limited To A Few Cities

Bidding for the world’s major sporting events is an expensive business, as Australia found out in its failed attempt to host the FIFA World Cup. It appears that the Governing bodies are aware that many Governments in tough economic times

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