Saturday 25 August 2018

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Baumgartner heading

Australia and FIFA

Leo Baumgartner (centre) heading. His arrival in Australia in 1958 to play for Prague was the catalyst for the suspension of Australia’s membership of FIFA from 1960 to 1963. Australia’s membership of FIFA Roy Hay Australia is a full member …

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Coming full circle: Betting scandals then and now

HayCoverArt1 Coming full circle: Betting scandals then and now Roy Hay Betting scandals and corruption in sport are not new, nor are links between sport and organised crime. The

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Footy Town: A collection of football stories

Footy Town (first published in Neos Osmos, 16 June 2013) Roy Hay Where is the heart of football when the game at top level is just a footnote to the latest

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Does the punishment fit the crime? Sanctions in soccer

Does the punishment fit the crime?: Sanctions in Association football Roy Hay Uruguayan national team and Liverpool striker Luis Suarez is in the news because he has been banned for

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Liverpool game launched

Liverpool game launched Roy Hay Three years in the making the first visit by Liverpool to Australia was launched at a ceremony at the MCG yesterday. As part of its

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The last Blast

George Jolevski Roy Hay (This was my last Blast from the Past column for Goal Weekly and it will appear in the Goal Weekly annual for 2013 which will be

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Heart hangs on for Ne’er Day win over Jets

Melbourne Heart 2 Newcastle Jets 1 Roy Hay Melbourne Heart got the flying start it needed to take an early lead against Newcastle Jets at AAMI Park on New Year’s

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