This week on The Ian Higgins Show featuring Dave J. Edwards, the lads discuss: Steve Smith’s parallels with Rolf Harris (both are a bit ‘handsy’); Virat Kohli’s tattoo coverage and good work as a Swisse ambassador; How looking good trumps actual results in cricket; Nathan Lyon’s coming of age; Tim May and Brendon Julian, including the latter’s West Indian…Read More The Ian Higgins Show Featuring TPA’s Dave J. Edwards
It’s commonly accepted among Australians that in order to succeed, whether it be in sport, business or politics, one must have a little bit of c*nt in them. Cricket bears some similarity to business and politics, in that you need to play the long game. To have a successful and sustained tenure at the top, you…Read More Steve Smith is Destroying the C*nt Cricketer Paradigm
Australia looks set to lose one of its most treasured leaders, with Test Captain Michael Clarke confirming he may have played his last cricket. This is a tragedy. Not only is Clarke scoring centuries and providing inspirational leadership during an emotionally-difficult period, but tragically, he should have had plenty of good years ahead of him.…Read More Losing a Leader in Office: Will Clarke be a JFK or a Harold Holt?
In years past, rugby league players would spend their off-season in Bali. The island’s close proximity to Australia, warm weather and access to cheap vices (alcohol, drugs and women) has long appealed to the bogan. Thus, it was a natural fit for the rugby league player looking to blow-off steam with the boys after a demanding…Read More Boxing is the New Bali
Australia is currently very bad at soccer/football. According to the recently released FIFA rankings, the Socceroos now sit outside the top 100 nations, in 102nd position – our lowest ranking ever. We are so bad that countries which didn’t exist five years ago, (like Montenegro – 58th) are now better than us. On top of this,…Read More Australia Must Win The Asian Cup To Save Face