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Everton Lose First Match of 2020-21 Premier League Season

As the Premier League continues its shorten season, first place Everton suffered their first loss of the season to Southampton. The 2-0 loss also saw Everton’s Lucas Digne getting red carded during the second half at the St. Mary’s Stadium on Sunday. Danny Ings, who is the top scored for Southampton was instrumental is setting […]

Manchester City Stunned as Lyon makes Champions League Semis

FC Lyon shocked Manchester City on Saturday after the defeated the favourites 3-1. The win puts Lyon into the Champions League semifinals, a first in over a decade. Moussa Dembélé scored twice for the French team to seal the win, and that will see them facing off against Bayern Munich in the semis. The win […]

MLB Could Possibly Be Delayed Until May

Major League Baseball hasn’t entirely ascertained the shifting landscape surrounding the coronavirus pandemic. Rob Manfred has continuously protested that minimal postponements are required to ensure public safety, with medical experts advising that this thought process is incorrect. The MLB Commissioner has implemented a two-week delay of the season opener, which was slated to begin on […]

Australian Footy Gaining Interest

They are people with various backgrounds and professions, different life stories and domestic situations, life expectations and dreams, bound together by two vital connections. They live in Arizona, and they are passionate about the game, Australian Rules football. The Arizona Outlaws is a famous Australian footy club, often competing against other teams from all over […]

Australia’s Soccer Youth Development

This week a stern warning was expressed by Rob Sherman, Director of the Football Federation Australia. Sherman showed concern regarding the reduced level of youth development within the sport, which he states will result in the country not being able to qualify for the World Cup, due to a lack of quality players. Country’s Football […]

Australian Football Preserving Their Heritage

Football Federation Australia is going from strength to strength in their efforts to promote and enhance the sport in the country. In recent weeks we have seen the relentless effort placed on their bid to host the World Cup. We have also had a long and rich history of football in Australia being brought to […]

Soccer Played in Australia Since 1859

This is the suggestion made in a newly released book by Peter Kunz, librarian and archivist of Canberra. After twelve years of research, his book Chronicles of Soccer in Australia – Foundation Years 1859 to 1949, has finally seen the light. Chronicles of Soccer in Australia – Foundation Years 1859 to 1949 The book was […]

David Gallop Stepping Down Due to Changes

Gallop announced his retirement at the end of 2019, earlier this week. After serving for seven years in the position of chief executive for the Football Federation of Australia, he now feels that the diminished role which the chief executive will have after planned changes in the structure is his sign of resigning. Clubs to […]

W-League receives 33% Pay Hike to Equal Men

During April the Matildas was using FIFA’s own words against them in a threat of legal action regarding a gender pay gap in the sport. CEO of Professional Footballers Australia gave them his support and committed himself to gender equality. Their complaints were heard, and earlier this month, they received a 33% pay increase in […]

Sam Kerr, Aussie Star

Playing in one of the most active teams in the Women’s World Cup, it comes as no surprise when Coach Bobby Despotovski goes into reminiscence about the first time when he saw Sam Kerr playing. While watching the young play at his club’s training grounds, his attention was drawn to a bunch of girls practising. […]