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Asian Champions League a warning sign for Australian football

With an Asian Champions League title in the display case at Western Sydney already, Australian teams have quickly established themselves as a power in the Asian Champions League.

Apart from the Wanders stunning 2014 title, Adelaide United has also made the final in 2008.

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Why I miss my Premier League

Joni Mitchell sang in Big Yellow Taxi ‘you don’t know what you've got till its gone’ and for me this Premier League season has proven that to be oh so true. Just like the song I fear Optus Sports has 'paved paradise.' Read More…

AFL Womens league arrives with a bang.

No matter what you thought of women playing footy before Friday 3 February 2017, there is no doubt after it that Women's AFL is here in a big way.

A lock out crowd, a hotly contested game of football and terrific rating numbers show this is an idea whose time has come.
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Someone save test cricket from itself, please!

Despite having just come off one of the all time classic test wins for Australia in the boxing day test today Test cricket has once again shown itself to be stuck in past . Today it showed that it has little interest in its paying spectators or seemingly its place in the ever crowded world of sport and entertainment.
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State of Cricket in Australia Part 1.

It is fair to say the last 12 months have been an interesting time in Australia Cricket. However it has not been in a good way, despite the recent win against South Africa in Adelaide and strong showing against Pakistan in Brisbane.

Of course it is also a time of transition in all forms of the game for Australia, so in some ways when looking at the state of the nation for Cricket results alone should not be used to make the judgement.
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