A Lot Of Money Goes Missing… And No One Wants to Talk About It

11 May

A Lot Of Money Goes Missing… And No One Wants to Talk About It.

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Obsession. Commitment. Fanaticism.- A Tribute to the great Alex Ferguson

10 May

Obsession. Commitment. Fanaticism.- A Tribute to the great Alex Ferguson.

The Barton Brothers (or the storytelling animals)

1 May

The Barton Brothers (or the storytelling animals).

Glass is gold

5 Mar

Glass is gold.

Good new blog about all things Football – Counter Attack

25 Feb

Good new blog about all things Football – Counter Attack

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Australian Media and their Football Fabrication Frenzy Part 2

17 Feb

Australian Media and their Football Fabrication Frenzy Part 2.

6 Feb

Add your She/He who dares wins except when it comes to Australian football!

Mr Football

I’m often asked by friends and countless colleagues: why aren’t you working in Australian football? After years of study – many more in support from the grassroots to the Socceroos – my answer is clear: I’m not one of those people running our game. And I’m not alone. Far from it. There are many of us.

When I grew up, I went to support my local National Soccer League (NSL) side with as much passion as any diehard today. For years, I went every other week, spent numerous hours preparing, watching, debating, cheering and loving every minute.

I’ll be the first to say what we have now in the A-League is unequivocally, a great product. Since the establishment of Football Federation Australia (FFA), there have been many key milestones; targets smashed and immeasurable progress made. A 30-second A-League commercial on FOX Sports will send shivers down your spine: a packed…

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