Aleks Duric Roar Pro

Aleks Duric

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Sport is 90% mental. The other half is physical

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May 2012
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Cricket, Football, League, Motor, Rugby, Tennis,

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Manchester can return to the top by bringing sexy back

13 Sep 2014

Impotence is a common yet very frustrating condition, impacting over half of the teams in the English Premier League (EPL). Impotence is a team’s inability to rise to the occasion, disrupting the capacity to deliver consistent thrust and penetration when moving forward. This is not a disease as such, but a symptom of other problems […]

Liverpool, leakage and a lack of self control

Liverpool, leakage and a lack of self control

9 May 2014

In a season of turmoil there is finally light at the end of a very dark tunnel, as the great city of Manchester sits on the cusp of collecting another English Premier League title. Arise champions of England-elect. That the colour of the recipient’s shirts will be sky blue rather than devil red is a […]

Losing my religion at the schoolboy rugby

21 Aug 2013

I had my first experience with Catholic schoolboys on the weekend… and it was simply thrilling. To be perfectly honest I was probably a little na├»ve going into the encounter, not really knowing what to expect. But after forty odd minutes of stimulation I was completely hooked. To say that it altered my persuasion forever […]

Three outstanding issues before the EPL kick off

Three outstanding issues before the EPL kick off

17 Aug 2013

The sporting merry-go-round has come full circle, with football fanatics ready to jump on board amid kick off for the European football leagues. While the English Premier League (EPL) might not be the best league in the world, it certainly is the most popular, a by-product of Manchester United, the most famous sports brand in […]

Izzy rights a Rudd-erless ship

6 Jul 2013

There’s been much turmoil and upheaval in Australia’s leadership ranks. It started a few years ago when performances started to dip, leading to distress among the Aussie public. A review of the current structure was detailed, a few people were knifed in the back and a new leader was anointed. Much was promised. Sadly, the […]

R.I.P Sir Alex

18 May 2013

It’s been a week since the sun set over Old Trafford and Sir Alex Ferguson, arguably the greatest manager in football history, called time on an illustrious career. This piece has been a week in the making, but I’m still in mourning so please forgive me if I seem a little irrational. After twenty six […]

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