Thursday 17 August 2017

All posts tagged Blast from the Past

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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 scale and impact have increased and the widespread links between betting …

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England in Australia in 1925

Jack Elkes of England shoots for goal in the match against Western Australia at Fremantle Oval on 9 May 1925. The Western Australian players from the

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The Box Hill story

The Box Hill story Roy Hay (This article appeared as a Blast from the Past in Goal Weekly, 7 December 2012, p. 19.) Box Hill is one of Victoria’s oldest clubs.

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Jim Fraser, keeper and coach

Jim Fraser, keeper and coach Roy Hay (This story appeared as a Blast from the Past column in Goal Weekly on 2 March 2012, p. 19. Click on the photographs

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From Emus to Socceroos: How the national team got its name

From Emus to Socceroos: The real origins of national team’s name at last Roy Hay and David Hearder (This story first appeared in Goal Weekly, 24 February 2012, pp. 1–3,

Perkiins with Ampol Cup at Croatia

Charles Perkins: footballer, activist, administrator

Charles Perkins: Footballer, activist, administrator Roy Hay (This article appeared in Goal Weekly on 23 December 2011, p. 19.) Charles Perkins was a pioneering figure in the recognition of the Aboriginal

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The World Game in the USA

The World Game in the USA Roy Hay (This article appeared as 'Shootin' it Stateside,' in Goal Weekly, ( December 2011, p.19). Bruce Arena, David Beckham’s coach at Los Angeles Galaxy,

John Gardiner coaching Geelong

John Gardiner: A teacher on and off the field

John Gardiner: A teacher on and off the field. Roy Hay (This article appeared in my Blast from the Past column in Goal Weekly, 25 November 2011, p. 19.) John Gardiner

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Punching above its weight: No wonder we have trouble with Uruguay

Ray Baartz heads goalwards against Uruguay in Sydney in 1974. Source: Sid Grant, Jack Pollard’s Soccer Records. Punching above its weight: No wonder we have trouble with Uruguay (Originally published in Goal

Cheryl Salisbury v Japan

Cheryl Salisbury, Australia’s most-capped player

Cheryl Salisbury (right) in action for the Matildas in the third-place match of the Asian Football Confederation Women’s Asian Cup in Vietnam on 8 June, 2008. Source: Asian

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