Ethnicity and Identity: Old Soccer Faces New Challenges

The first edition of Australia’s FFA Cup has been hailed as a great success, repairing some of the divisions between ‘old soccer’ and ‘new football’, but new challenges must be overcome if football’s warring factions are to be reconciled. Football in Australia is still struggling with the same old disagreements, as ... Read More...

Knights, FFA Go To War Over New Club Identity Policy

By: Tom Hines A dispute between Football Federation Australia and the Melbourne Knights Football Club looks destined to become an ongoing legal battle, with the FFA so far ruling out any chance of mediation. Melbourne Knights lodged a complaint with the Australian Human Rights Commission in August after the FFA blocked a ... Read More...

Renshaw Rides Back Into Form At Le Tour

By: Tom Hines With the penultimate stage of the Tour de France just three days away, Bathurst cycling product Mark Renshaw is preparing for a triumphant return to Paris, having rediscovered top form as a sprinter. At the race’s Grand Départe three weeks ago, Renshaw was set to resume his role as ... Read More...