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- June 2012
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Even before Ian Chappell has put his wide brim hat down on the desk, I know what his commentary stint will involve, almost word for word.
The Western Sydney Wanderers notched up their eighth draw of the season against Perth Glory on Monday from 13 games played, winning only two fixtures and sitting a staggering 19 points off ladder leaders Sydney FC. So where it is going wrong for the Wanderers this season?
Australia has a population of about 23 million people. Small fry for a country with such a big area. Can this population sustain all the sporting events, competitions and leagues we currently hold throughout the year? Which is Australia’s weakest link?
Benn Robinson fronted the media this week, the day after the worst kept secret in Super Rugby circles was confirmed as Michael Foley left his head coaching position and moved to the Western Force franchise.
There is no doubt that the east of Sydney is rugby’s heartland. However, the Waratahs need to do more to win the west.
The Parramatta Eels sit last on the NRL competition ladder for 2012. The Eels have stayed in that position all year and look like a big chance of staying there until they collect the spoon from the Titans at the end of the year.