Location: 134 Marong Road, West Bendigo About 1.5 to 2 hours outside of Melbourne, you’ll find the home township of Bendigo and the Bendigo Basketball Stadium located west of the town centre. Yesterday, I travelled from Melbourne to Bendigo to see the Melbourne Boomers take on the Bendigo Spirit in a game that would prove to […]
Over the past week, several of the modern-day greats in AFL football have announced their retirement.
There comes a time when you realise that all things must come to an end.
Group H would have to be one of the groups that the casual fan will know little about, with only the 11th ranked Belgium having any players who ply their trade in the the five big leagues in Europe.
One of the tournament’s most fascinating groups, Group G gives us a lot to look forward to.
Disregarding overall quality, Group F is exciting for a number of reasons containing the favourites for many, 5th placed Argentina with an attack unrivalled in world football.
One of the stranger groups in the World Cup, Group E is distorted by FIFA’s rankings
Along with Group B, Group D has also been labeled the ‘group of death’ as it contains three out of the top ten teams in the world in Uruguay (7), Italy (9), England (10) as well as Costa Rica (28).
Group C is perhaps the most open of all groups at this year’s tournament and within the rankings of the teams in this group we perhaps see the failings of FIFA’s ranking system.
One look at Group B and you should realise that a heavyweight will miss out on the round of 16.
Group A will be perhaps the center of attention come the World Cup with home nation Brazil lining up alongside Croatia, Mexico and Cameroon.