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Group B: Just Bring It

December 7, 2013 Leave a comment

SPAIN, HOLLAND AND CHILE. What an amazing group to be in. This is the beauty of WORLD CUPS #GroupB #Brazil2014 @FOXSportsNews @FOXFOOTBALL

— Tim Cahill (@Tim_Cahill) December 6, 2013

The great man is spot on. Read more…

EPL Relegation Round-up: Six to go

To say this season is of enormous financial significance would be an understatement. With a new television deal set to kick in next season, the Premier League is the place to be. Six rounds remain in the 2012-13 season, and I thought it was time to take a look at those battling for survival in England’s top flight, and rate each side’s chances of survival. Read more…

RBB goes wandering

December 18, 2012 Leave a comment

DerbySFS

The second-ever A-League Sydney derby was a wanderful (sorry) night at the football. It was full of colour, flare (again, sorry), excitement, passion, and a great performance from the visiting side. As I so eloquently put it after the game, it was much better than the previous derby “because we won”. Read more…

All roads lead to Pep

November 22, 2012 Leave a comment

With Roberto di Matteo shown the door at Chelsea, former Inter and Liverpool boss Rafa Benitez has been appointed as the club’s interim manager through to the end of the 2012-13 season. A fairly handy appointment for someone who’s simply filling in time. Read more…

Opinion: Elliott joins Warriors

October 12, 2012 Leave a comment

Today we got the announcement Warriors fans have been hanging on for,  for a few weeks now. Matthew Elliott named as the new head coach for 2013/2014. My view on this is just a little mixed. Read more…

From the stands: Phoenix send Sydney packing

October 7, 2012 Leave a comment

Ruben, our latest addition to the WPW crew, isn’t shy of an opinion. He sat down and gave us his thoughts on the Phoenix’s first up win over Sydney FC. Yes, we realise he wasn’t actually in the stands for this one… but you get the idea.

So I didn’t make it to the Phoenix game last night, but I did watch it on the telly screen. Read more…

A sign of things to come

Don’t fear Manchester United fans – despite the 1-0 loss to Everton, there were still plenty of promising signs in the first match of the season. Read more…

The future is up to Adam, but history says it’s bleak

By Paul Johnson

Sometimes there just isn’t anything fair about sport. You can be the better man or team for the majority of a battle, but if you aren’t on top at the end it’s all for nothing, and if you blow it, say throw away a major victory, well you’re a choker. Read more…

Singing the Blues – All hype and no substance

By Paul Johnson

Here’s the thing about State of Origin, the media and the Channel Nine advertising machine will have you believe it is the mother of all gladiatorial contests, mate versus mate, state versus state and all that jazz.

What they also want you to believe is, that it is a contest, well here’s the newsflash… it isn’t. Read more…

Winning one for the good guys – Bubba Watson, Masters Champion

 by Paul Johnson

”He is the natural.”

With those four words CBS Anchor Jim Nantz perfectly summed up 2012 US Masters Champion, Bubba Watson, after he hit one of the most remarkable recovery shots in US Masters history. Read more…

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