Having now listened to the spine-tingling audio of LA Clippers’ owner Donald Sterling’s racist tirade, it’s hard to believe he didn’t realise he was being set up. Perhaps he has reached that wonderful stage of senility where the desire to rant wildly is greater than the actual content itself. Actually, I’d like to posit that…Read More Perhaps Donald Sterling Knew He Was Being Set Up?
In what has been a big few days for sporting scandal, it was simply too hard for us to split who to apologise for in this second instalment of our new series, An Apology For… Thus, TPA’s Alasdair McClintock has opted to acknowledge a ‘hat-trick’ of inappropriateness. * * * * * * It is…Read More An Apology For… Eddie McGuire. Donald Sterling. Geoff Huegill
Geoff Huegill’s arrest for allegedly being caught in possession of cocaine demonstrates that men can get married and still live out the hard-partying halcyon days of their mid-20s, according to a prominent Sydney psychologist. Huegill and wife Sara were approached by police while in a suite at Randwick Racecourse grandstand on Saturday, with the couple…Read More Geoff Huegill’s Drug Arrest at Odds with Tired Cliché that Marriage is No Fun
It’s with some heaviness of heart, and not a small tinge of confusion, that I provide a first-hand account of watching the NSW Waratahs at the SFS last Saturday night. I’d travelled from Melbourne to Sydney over Easter and found out a few school mates were heading to the game. I had time to burn,…Read More I wanted it to be 2001 so I went to a Waratahs match
Much like Greg Matthews, whose predilection for bowling flighty, flamboyant off-spinners from around the wicket with his hat on earned him unofficial ‘rare unit’ status within the Australian cricket set-up, AFL is an idiosyncratic and complex beast. As such, The Public Apology founder Dave Edwards is here to guide you through the various obscurities that…Read More AFL Idiosyncrasies, Part One: Scorelines