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The neverending love story of Ronaldo and Manchester United

The neverending love story of Ronaldo and Manchester United

1 day ago

Missing someone whom you love is quite a normal phenomenon, but even five years of separation can’t seem to douse the loving flames of Manchester United fans. They just cannot seem to get over the fact that Ronaldo left them. They are continuing their efforts in persuading him to come back home. Last week, the […]

Wallabies lose at Newlands – Player notes

Wallabies lose at Newlands - Player notes

2 days ago

There are players that polarise, from Cooper to Baxter, from Campese to Dunning, Beale to Simmons. Especially in the age of anonymous internet abuse, we sometimes need to take stock and remember that the only real sin most of these guys have committed is to be the best available in their position, at the time […]

Who is running our great game?

Who is running our great game?

5 days ago

I am a devoted rugby league follower and like many lovers of this great game am totally mystified who is running it. The inconsistency is driving people from the game. The constant changes do not help but it’s the application of these rules that is the most confusing. The powerbrokers have diluted any accountability by […]

Cheerleading is about much more than just showing skin

Cheerleading is about much more than just showing skin

5 days ago

This ROTC article has been promoted from a comment made on this story, published in late August, and edited for publishing purposes. Being a part of an NRL Cheer Squad myself I feel as though an article published on The Roar earlier this year left a lot to be desired in its argument. People don’t […]

The FFA Cup brought out the best and worst of football

The FFA Cup brought out the best and worst of football

18 Sep 2014

Viking Park in Erindale. A cold Tuesday night in the nation’s capital, and five thousand football starved Canberrans left their jobs and packed into the ground that resembles that of a League One side in England for the city’s first FFA Cup match. The underdogs, fittingly from the more ‘working class’ suburbs of Tuggeranong, against […]

Sydney FC set to paint the A-League sky blue

Sydney FC set to paint the A-League sky blue

15 Sep 2014

After a shocking season last year, Graham Arnold has regenerated Sydney FC into a powerhouse, like they were five years ago. We have said farewell to Frank Farina and some of our recognised players, including former captains Alessandro Del Piero and Terry McFlynn, and welcomed new faces. Since Graham Arnold has become the ninth coach […]

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