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Last tweet for a little while so just want to take the opportunity to cancel my feuds. I’ve cancelled my feuds once before but since then new feuds have erupted, so now I’m cancelling those.
Life’s short, enjoy it.
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I’m embarrassed to be have been associated with this publication https://t.co/tA9aJvJtyt
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Imagine being the newspaper editor who thought that what we needed the day after we exited from the World Cup was a…
Good shout - a great book that explores how tied Australian soccer is to our broken conversations around race, multiculturalism and identity. https://t.co/aDIIXT3igf
More kids play soccer than any other sport though - and it's been like that for a while. The barriers seem more top driven than organic.
I don't think that makes much sense tbh. What sporting codes are packed full of Eastern Euro/Middle Eastern/Africa/South American migrants?
Thanks Brad - I know there's a lot of people who take it seriously, but there's a lot of extremely influential sports and media people who don't. And there's a long history of it. Thanks again mate.
Sure - still a decent amount of money in the sport compared to the developing nations we compete against in the World Cup tho.
Some people might suggest that the reason the white middle class in Australia don't take, or don't want to take, soccer seriously is precisely because it is the ethnic sport.
The better question is why we struggle at soccer when we have the two necessary preconditions: a lot of money and the right mix of ethnics.
Take it from someone who has written his fair share of bad takes - this is one of the worst https://t.co/kGpx2TDMUx
: A young girl nearly suicided in the Don Dale youth detention centre last week. Workers are telling the ABC the place is…
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