The NSW police kicking a father out of an A-League game and later covering their tracks is not an outlier. Their heavy-handed approach has been frequently noted.
Today, the A-League settled on which clubs will be joining them. The decisions they made were not based on football, or business. Bitterly, this is the same behaviour that sunk the NSL.
Usain Bolt to play for the Mariners, but wants more money. Conversely, the Mariners want someone else to fit the bill, but won’t play him. I’ve heard less toxic relationships articulated at Centrelink.
Last night, Craig Foster called those who trolled Lucy Zelić for her ‘over pronunciation’. What it represents, is the latest racial episode that has used football as a vehicle.
It’s Monday. Hoorah. While you were dredging your subconscious, France settled on Emmanuel Macron, the A-League was finalised, and the Internet ganged up on Piers Morgan. Pretty standard.
O, Humpday. What happened while you were asleep? Well, the US people defended their President, George Brandis forgot important stuff, and the A-League expansion is off for the moment.
Matt Lygoe shares his “affordable eating” tips to get you through the chills and spills (like Frank Lowy’s tumble at the A-League G?) as we enter the “season proper” for AFL and NRL. #winteriscoming
Jack Howes pings one of the “dinosaurs” of the AFL, Garry Lyon, who had a go at another “gazza” in the “little master”, Gary Ablett, this week for being soft.
As K Hunt cops a whack for his short-lived friendship with Charlie, Jack Howes will be watching the Bombers field a team of supplementary players in the NAB Cup who are at least supplement free.