Sunday 13 March 2016

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The last Messiah

Australian football and the Messiah complex

Australian football and the Messiah complex Roy Hay (This article appeared on Goal Weekly‘s website on 18 September 2012. ) Photo: Harry Kewell in action for Melbourne Victory. Last year’s Messiah, or should it be Moses? Photo: Roy Hay) …

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Scotland stuns sluggish Socceroos

Scotland 3 Australia 1 Roy Hay Scotland took on Australia in a pre-world cup qualifier friendly match at Edinburgh’s Easter Road last night. It was a pouring wet night even


Mexico stun Brazil to win gold

(Click and double click on the photos below to enlarge them) Mexico stun Brazil to take gold Brazil 1 Mexico 2 Roy Hay Mexico pulled off the biggest upset of this footballing

Viva Mexico

Getting to Wembley on final day

(Click and double click on the photos below to enlarge them) Getting to Wembley on final day Roy Hay Final day in the football promised sunny and hot in Essex and

Independent on Oz

Selective gloating from London

The Independent looks at Australia at the Olympics (for full page see illustration at end of article. Click and double click to enlarge.) Selective gloating in London Roy Hay Trying to


Wembley at last

Wembley Way in 2012 Wembley at last Roy Hay The journey which began at Hampden Park in Glasgow now reaches its end at the new Wembley stadium in London. Multiplex may

Melissa Barbieri lr

The people you meet at Olympic Games

The people you meet: Melissa Barbieri, Matildas' keeper Roy Hay Today’s match is at Old Trafford, home of the mighty Manchester United, which necessitated a trip across the Pennines from

Spanish squad watching

Japan upset Spain in biggest upset at the Olympics

Spain 0 Japan 1 Roy Hay The 30th Olympiad football tournament had its first major upset when one of the tournament favourites, Spain, was thoroughly upstaged by Japan. The Asian


Big guns fire in women’s football at Olympic Games

Hampden Park in the sun as the teams line up for the opening game between the United States of America and France. United States 4 France 2 Roy Hay The women’s


Too much sport is never enough

Andy Murray sliding for a fall. Source: Electronic Telegraph. Too much sport is never enough Roy Hay Here we are in Belfast with the Irish Open golf at Portrush, the semi-final

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