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Greg Prichard

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PRICHARD: Attack is king, so expect a Victory-Sydney grand final

PRICHARD: Attack is king, so expect a Victory-Sydney grand final

23 hours ago

The 2014-15 A-League is a competition for attacking teams, which is why it will be a huge shock if Melbourne City beats Melbourne Victory in the first semi-final at Etihad Stadium on Friday night.

Suck this up – the Kiwis have gone past us

Suck this up - the Kiwis have gone past us

3 days ago

Too bad there isn’t another Test match scheduled for next weekend. It would be fascinating to see how Australia responded to what happened against New Zealand at Suncorp Stadium on Sunday.

PRICHARD: Trent Merrin is here to stay as a Test player

PRICHARD: Trent Merrin is here to stay as a Test player

27 Apr 2015

Trent Merrin on the bench is the selection that really excites me in the Australian team for the Test against New Zealand on Friday.

PRICHARD: Thanks, Jason Taylor, for not playing the blame game

PRICHARD: Thanks, Jason Taylor, for not playing the blame game

20 Apr 2015

The restraint Wests Tigers coach Jason Taylor has shown in his reaction to unfavourable decisions by match officials is one of the most refreshing aspects of the first seven rounds of the NRL competition.

PRICHARD: Dogs shut down as Dragons bring the attack

PRICHARD: Dogs shut down as Dragons bring the attack

13 Apr 2015

The recovery by St George Illawarra is extraordinary. I’m convinced that even if Tyson Frizell had been sent off for his high shot on Canterbury’s Tim Browne in Sunday’s game, the Dragons still would have won.

PRICHARD: NRL must throw the book at the Bulldogs

PRICHARD: NRL must throw the book at the Bulldogs

6 Apr 2015

I’m so over the abuse of referees that it doesn’t bother me how hard the NRL wants to hit James Graham, David Klemmer and the Canterbury club over what happened on Good Friday. The harder the better.

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