World Cup

One Man’s Opinion

We received a lengthy email in the past few days from Jospeh Fritz. In it he raised a number of issues affecting the game of hockey at the moment. The email started with Joseph saying “I am a hockey fan,

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

The Sore Points of Hosting

What is it they say about the best laid plans of mice and men? No matter how carefully you plan an event, and how many people check and double check that everything is in place and that there will be

Ange Right to Step Down

After four years at the helm of the Socceroos Ange Postecoglou has confirmed that he is stepping down from the role. The reaction of fans and the media to the news has been mixed. Yet does this announcement really come

Are The Best Payers Replacing the Best Players?

Which countries have the biggest sporting influence on Australia? This is a very hard question to answer, at the turn of the last century the influence came very much from the United Kingdom. Despite denial from many, some sporting historians

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