Stuart Thomas Roar Guru

Stuart Thomas

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Watch the game with your own commentary not that of foolish muppets with excessive makeup.

Member Since:
January 2015
Based In:
Baulkham hills
Favourite Sports:
AFL, Football, League,

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Channel Seven’s Aussie cheerleaders – sorry, commentators – have gone too far

Channel Seven's Aussie cheerleaders - sorry, commentators - have gone too far

1 day ago

The Nick Kyrgios versus Andreas Seppi match on Wednesday night, and the affiliated Channel Seven cheerleading team, was one of the most uncomfortable and disheartening things I have seen in tennis – in fact sport – for years.

Pity the fourth official, the toughest job in football

Pity the fourth official, the toughest job in football

2 days ago

Somewhere along the line, the football powers at be felt it would be wise to create the role of the fourth official. Near as I can tell it was officially implemented in 1991.

The ‘everyone wins a prize’ mentality is killing kids sport

The ‘everyone wins a prize’ mentality is killing kids sport

12 Jan 2017

Going to a birthday party at the house of a member of my under 8s rugby league team, I remember being amazed at the number of trophies the boy had acquired in a few short years of competitive sport.

A message for the Central Coast Mariners and their fans

A message for the Central Coast Mariners and their fans

11 Jan 2017

As the dust settles on a great encounter at Central Coast Stadium on Sunday afternoon between the Mariners and the Sky Blues, I just want to say one thing. Thank you Central Coast Mariners.

Mark Bosnich: Raving lunatic or evolving football analyst?

Mark Bosnich: Raving lunatic or evolving football analyst?

7 Jan 2017

Mark Bosnich is something of an enigma. Returning to Australia in 2008 appears to have been wonderful for his personality, family and career.

Better than battlers: Australia’s greatest over-achievers

Better than battlers: Australia's greatest over-achievers

6 Jan 2017

Historically, much has been made of the so-called Aussie battler. Not easy to define, yet some sort of quirky homage to the less talented, the vertically or horizontally challenged or those facing seemingly insurmountable odds.

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