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By Peter FitzSimons, Sydney Morning Herald

With the Treasurer about to deliver his federal budget within two shakes of a burnt stick, it is time for your humble correspondent to deliver my annual advice on your sporting investment portfolio, as …

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By Peter FitzSimons, Sydney Morning Herald

What is wrong with you bastards?

Let me start with the egg-ballers first. Just how ingrained are your ancient prejudices against football, that you continue to not give a flying doughnut about the greatest …

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SportsHero (ASX:SHO), the world’s first social network dedicated to sports predictions, has launched cricket on its app. Cricket follows football as the second game on SportsHero, with basketball, tennis and baseball in the pipeline.

SportsHero has also signed its first …

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By Craig Bellamy, The Australian

It seems more of a “silly season” than normal this year with the amount of player trading and movement that is happening so early in a new season.

Every year it seems to be happening …

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By Craig Bellamy, The Australian

I found out about Cooper Cronk’s decision to leave Melbourne Storm a few days before everyone else.

When he asked me last week to meet him for a coffee away from our cafe at the …

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ANGE POSTECOGLOU – KEYNOTE SPEAKER

Posted on April 07, 2017

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Ange Postecoglou has never been one to shirk a challenge, and with 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification now looming as his latest giant hurdle, the Australian Socceroos head coach is methodically focusing on claiming that exalted prize.

Buoyed by the …

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Ange Postecoglou – Changing The Game

Posted on April 05, 2017

Ange Postecoglou has been at the centre of Australian football for more than thirty years. In this book, he shows us the game through his eyes, from the changing room to the boardroom, to reveal how Australia must boldly reimagine …

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By Damian Barrett, AFL.com

IT’S HAPPENING again.

Paul Roos is saying he’s unlikely to coach.

We know how this plays out. It’s just a matter of when and which club.

In a marketplace full of untried assistant coaches or sacked,

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Moises Henriques will return to English county side Surrey two years after his first stint at the county was prematurely ended after only three appearances due to a serious jaw injury.

Henriques, whose NSW side missed out on a place …

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By Craig Bellamy, The Australian

Since Melbourne play Penrith tonight I’ve been watching a fair bit of the Panthers players and a couple of things have caught my eye.

The form of hooker Peter Wallace is certainly one of those. …

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