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TVNZ Bundesliga: Goals For Breakfast

It’s exciting to think that in a months time it’ll be possible to watch the Stirling Sports Premiership, the Hyundai A League and the Bundesliga from the comfort of your sofa. Now, for the first two you’re going to need a Sky subscription (if you want the other leagues, you’ll […]

Football Isn’t Political

Football isn’t political. It’s sport. It’s exercise. It’s skill and talent and friendship and competition. For the spectator, it’s stories. The last minute winner, the wonder save, that bloody referee. The pain of defeat, the joy of a win. The frustration at two points dropped, the elation at one gained. […]

Guest Post – In Kuba we trusted

By Stephen Coutts “It’s not always the money that decides.” – Jakub Błaszczykowski rejects offer from Manchester City. As a Schalke 04 fan, the news filtering through of Jakub Błaszczykowski leaving our main rivals Borussia Dortmund for Fiorentina on a season long loan should be something to smirk, laugh or […]

Iron Union

One of the several joys of Sky’s loss of the rights to broadcast the Premier League in New Zealand has been the unintended consequence of a fundamental shift in what’s easy. I’m not a natural Premier League fan, so I only watched EPL because it was there – but watch […]