Joe Gorman Columnist

Joe Gorman

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About

Joe is a sports writer and researcher based in Sydney.

He is a regular contributor to The Guardian Australia and Leopold Method, while his work has also been published on Football NSW, Overland and New Matilda.

Member Since:
October 2012
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Australia
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How I stopped worrying and learnt to love the Socceroos

How I stopped worrying and learnt to love the Socceroos

9 Sep 2013

The Memphis poet, Matt Cook, once drawled, “James Joyce? I’d rather throw dead batteries at cows than read him”. Watching the Socceroos yesterday morning, I was reminded of Cook’s slur on the Irish novelist.

2013/14 EPL season preview: Newcastle United

2013/14 EPL season preview: Newcastle United

14 Aug 2013

The fitness of French midfielder Hatem Ben Arfa will be vital to the success of Newcastle United this season, after a strange off-season and a 2012-13 campaign to forget.

2013/14 EPL season preview: Hull City

2013/14 EPL season preview: Hull City

13 Aug 2013

Hull City are back in the top flight, and will be tested from the outset with opening matches against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge and Manchester City in Manchester.

Socceroos least of our worries as NPL faces backlash

Socceroos least of our worries as NPL faces backlash

30 Jul 2013

After the Socceroos latest string of average performances in the East Asian Cup, the knives are well and truly being sharpened for Socceroos coach Holger Osieck.

Melbourne’s signing of Fabrizio Miccoli will get tongues wagging

Melbourne's signing of Fabrizio Miccoli will get tongues wagging

15 Jul 2013

Meet Fabrizio Miccoli, the man with cartoons on his arms, Diego Maradona’s earring and slits shaved into his eyebrows.

Players should have a right to their personality

Players should have a right to their personality

10 Jul 2013

Australians, it is said, love free thinkers and larrikins. More than that, we love an irreverent footballer, one who doesn’t respect the rules of the establishment. Except of course, when the establishment is us, and the footballer says stuff we don’t really want to hear.

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