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The land of the happy talkers

5 days ago

Operation Happy-Talk seemed to come to a dead stop during this period. The eggballers continued to hold Zone Red, but they could not break out without being spotted. And we did not try to break in for the good reason that every happy talker held one of our own people hostage. Bosnich, Zelic, Okon … […]

Less is more when it comes to expanding the A-League

Less is more when it comes to expanding the A-League

14 Oct 2014

If football is to expand beyond the current 10, maybe 12 A-League clubs, the current revenue and expenditure model has to be revisited. The easiest way to achieve this is to have a two-tier salary cap. Currently the cap is around $2.5 million per year for each team, not including all the add-ons like marquees […]

Is rugby league killing itself through evolution?

Is rugby league killing itself through evolution?

14 Oct 2014

Don’t try this at home, but go down to the local oval by all means and take a mate and a footy with you. Now put into action the superbly fit and muscled super-athlete that you are, and pretend you’re taking the first pass from the kick-off and charging at the oncoming defence at 160-kilometres-per-hour. […]

Pietersen debacle exposes a flawed system

Pietersen debacle exposes a flawed system

11 Oct 2014

While the cleanup act continues surrounding the mess made by the English Cricket Board (ECB) in the handling of Kevin Pietersen’s sacking, one thing has become glaringly obvious for the power brokers at ECB headquarters. Something must change. Arguably England’s greatest ever batsman was discarded without so much as a ‘thanks for the memories’. A […]

Mapping Argentina’s path to the pro level

Mapping Argentina's path to the pro level

11 Oct 2014

For Argentina, it has been very difficult to compete a top level in a professional competition coming from a country where rugby is totally amateur. Few years back, The Pumas were a group of our best players scattered all over Europe, but the side was subjective and picked in the eyes of the coach, at […]

Wallabies fans, it is time to lower our expectations

Wallabies fans, it is time to lower our expectations

6 Oct 2014

It’s time to admit the Wallabies just don’t have the capacity to be number one, or even number two in the world. We’re just not at that standard at the moment. We have some good players. We produce some very good moments and series of plays. We have some very good games. We’re competitive. But […]

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