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Travelling to Wanderland – The Wanderers Experience

01/11/2013: WSWvADL at Parramatta Stadium Travelling to Sydney is always a good moment, having close ties with the city both as I have plenty of family there, but as I lived there for some time. This time I made time to go to a Wanderers game. They were playing Adelaide on November 1st 2013 and […]

Athletic Eye returns

Apologies for the offline time; Athletic Eye has been offline from posting articles and pieces from journalists/editiors but not Twitter over the European Summer. Stay tuned for more athletic views, analysis and reporting. Regards, Athletic Eye Admin

Bayern Munich wins record treble – Prelude to more

They came they saw they conquered. They won the German Bundesliga; they won the Champions League; they won the DFB Pokal/German Cup. Eyes forward to next season. In scintillating fashion they swept their league campaign dropping only 11 points in a 34 match season, winning the league weeks before the end of the campaign. Borrusia […]

Racism in Sport – No Thanks!

Around the world organisations are making an effort to eradicate this cancer from their sport. Every now and then it rears its ugly head. Are we naïve that it was never there to begin with? Perhaps! Racism belongs nowhere. That is the reality. It is for small minds and uneducated neanderthals that lived in yesteryear […]

Mourinho – losing his touch…

The Special One has parted company with Real Madrid by ‘mutual consent’. It appears this is very favourable for him as he looks set to take over at former club Chelsea. His now former club spent €18m to release Mourinho from his Inter Milan contract. Since taking over at Madrid he has spent hundreds of […]

Beckham calls it a day

The date: 18th of May 2013 – The career of David Beckham has come to a close. A wonderful career that saw him play in England, Spain, the United States, Italy and France brought him titles in four of those countries. Despite one game remaining on the French Ligue 1 calendar it looks as though […]

Sir Alex calls it a day

Wonder why there was a strange feeling in the air today? It compounded when the news of Sir Alex Ferguson retiring was announced. The manager since November 1986 at Manchester United, Sir Alex has guided the club from also-rans with a proud history, to the most successful domestic team in England. How can the club […]

Analysis of Dortmund now they are in the Champions League Final

Dortmund have progressed to the UEFA Champions League Final. Despite a loss in the Spanish capital, Borussia Dortmund overcame Real Madrid to advance to the UEFA Champions League final at Wembley. Let’s break down why they will play for the cup. Reasons why they are there: Jürgen Klopp – The manager and string-puller. Has an […]

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