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Myles Stedman

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Sports journo. Aussie. Vic turned NSWman.

Writer at Zero Digital Media, HoopStuff and The Roar.

Columnist at The Daily Telegraph.

Podcaster at 'Beyond the Arc' NBA podcast (not yet live).

Admin at Facebook pages Rugby Banter Page, Beyond the Arc and Pure NRL.

I follow about AFL, union, league, basketball, tennis, cricket, football, golf, boxing, motor racing and UFC.

Follow me on Twitter at @mylesstedman95.

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Todd Carney should never play in the NRL again

Todd Carney should never play in the NRL again

28 Aug 2015

There have been rumblings for a few months about a possible return to the NRL for career bad boy Todd Carney.

Who fills Boyd’s gap for the Maroons?

Who fills Boyd's gap for the Maroons?

22 Apr 2015

When Darius Boyd went down at Broncos training before the season even kicked off, all Queensland backs were put on notice to stake their claim for the coveted Maroon jersey.

Floyd Mayweather is fighting a losing battle against Manny Pacquiao

Floyd Mayweather is fighting a losing battle against Manny Pacquiao

24 Feb 2015

Floyd Mayweather cannot beat Manny Pacquiao. He can win the boxing match, everyone knows that. In fact he’s early favourite with the bookies, and fairly so.

Superstars are made, not drafted

Superstars are made, not drafted

23 Feb 2015

In most American sports, as well as our very own AFL, a lot is made of the annual draft.

NRL not playing with all the balls

8 Jan 2015

It is often said that the Australian sports do not learn from each other enough, and the usual suspects brought up are the NRL and AFL.

The Big Bash League is on the ascendency sooner than we thought

6 Jan 2015

The Big Bash League has surprised both cricket and non-cricket fans alike. In just a few short seasons, it has moved from the back of the Australian sporting landscape – a mere obligatory cricket competition – to the forefront of the Aussie sporting conscience.

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