Danon Premium Like Clockwork

April 2, 2020

ATC General Manager James Ross was out at Canterbury Racecourse this morning (2/4/2020) to catch a glimpse of Japan’s Danon Premium in trackwork. The racecourse in Sydney’s west doubles as a quarantine centre for foreign […]

JMac To Jockey Japanese Flyer Danon Premium

March 31, 2020

In form hoop James Macdonald has been pencilled in to ride Japan’s Danon Premium in the Queen Elizabeth Stakes on 11th April. The news was declared on Australia’s Sky Sports Radio morning program Racing HQ (30/3/20). […]

FFA Cup: A-League Also Rans Take On Maitland

July 31, 2019

The Maitland Magpies are set to take on the Hyundai A-League’s most relegate-able team (even though relegation doesn’t exist in the A-League) tonight in the FFA Cup. Maitland, the historic town on the outskirts of […]

Boycott Over. For Now.

July 24, 2019

Explore Football editor Lew Dub has brought an end to his Australian soccer boycott. For now. Twenty-odd months after the blackout began, when the FFA prostituted itself as a vehicle for LGBTQI, politically correct cultural […]

ANGE-OMANIA NOW SOCCEROOS’ BIGGEST AFFLICTION

October 10, 2017

In a shocking jibe at Australian soccer talent Melbourne based ‘journalist’ David Davutovic stated that Australia’s playing stocks were “. . . at an all-time low.”  It now seems the vehement Ange-ophile will stop at […]

CLEAN UP THE MESS BEFORE YOU LEAVE!

October 5, 2017

Ange Postecoglou may become the first Socceroos manager to fail to qualify for the World Cup since Australia joined the Asian Football Confederation. The 52 year old has Australia jammed in a dire situation where […]

PS4NPL: FUTURE UNCERTAIN FOR SEKIYA

September 23, 2017

APIA Leichhardt’s Japanese import Tasuku Sekiya has enjoyed a stellar season with the Sydney club. The forward scored 7 goals in the regular season as Leichhardt went on to take the PS4 NPLNSW Premiership, and […]

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