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Sentiment v Tradition?

Hockey fans around the world are shaking their heads once again. At the end of December we revealed the resignation of the CEO of the International Hockey Federation as well as the resignations of other key personnel; Although there has

Who’s Left?

At a time when Hockey should be looking forward to the year ahead and concentrating on the finalising of the revolutionary Pro-League it appears as if it is instead a time for introspection. Which understandably has many who love the

Podcast #42 – Fee Free Football, Nationalism and Hockey’s Place on Australia’s Sporting Landscape.

Podcast #42 – Fee Free Football, Nationalism and Hockey’s Place on Australia’s Sporting Landscape.

It has been a while between Podcast and we apologise but Ashley was in Turkmenistan commentating at the 5th Asian Indoor & Martial Arts Games. The astronomical cost for a young boy or girl to play football has long been

For Love Not Money

In Modern day sport it is almost unthinkable that New Zealand’s All Blacks or Brazil’s football team would find themselves without a sponsor, especially on the eve of a major tournament. Yet sadly arguably Australia’s most successful sporting team the

A Throne of His Own

The A-League Champions may well have to look for a new name for their trophy. The reason being that Japanese tennis player Kei Nishikori has just added a golden toilet to his trophy cabinet. Nishikori who has become his country’s

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