70s Mo Roar Guru

70s Mo

Roar Guru

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About

After a career as an amateur professional footballer and cricketer Mo has moved on to become an amateur professional freelance writer.

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Member Since:
 
April 2014
Based In:
 
Sydney
Favourite Sports:
Cricket, Football, League, Rugby,

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How the FFA Cup can solve the A-League’s mid-season malaise

How the FFA Cup can solve the A-League's mid-season malaise

24 Feb 2017

All entertainment hits a dull patch – it’s not even confined to the world of sports: books, movies and TV shows always have a quiet part. Heck, even Married at First Sight has a dull bit (admittedly it begins about two minutes into the first episode.)

At sixes and sevens (and nines and tens)

At sixes and sevens (and nines and tens)

14 Feb 2017

As a multi-sports watcher it’s hard to keep up with all these abbreviated versions of rugby. In fact when you start switching between channels, it can get downright confusing.

Walter Tull: The pioneering footballer who battled racism and gave his life for his country

Walter Tull: The pioneering footballer who battled racism and gave his life for his country

10 Feb 2017

On New Year’s Day, 1918, a detachment of the 23rd Battalion of the British Army stared out across the frozen River Piave in northern Italy. Their mission was to carry out a raid behind enemy lines on the other side.

A 256-team World Cup in 2066?

A 256-team World Cup in 2066?

12 Jan 2017

Did the 2026 World Cup expansion to 48 teams take you by surprise? Have you speculated on how big the World Cup could become?

In defence of the Central Coast Mariners

In defence of the Central Coast Mariners

7 Jan 2017

Have you noticed the following comment come up in A-League expansion discussions: “we don’t want another Central Coast Mariners.”

Aussie soccer in the 70s: A view from the Shire

29 Dec 2016

The Sutherland Shire sure is a great place to grow up. We always referred to it as ‘The Shire,’ a name which seems to have caught on not only across Sydney but nationally as well.