Author Archives: Skye McTavish

About Skye McTavish

Finished one degree only to immediately start another, much more interesting one. Instead of constantly boring my friends and family with football talk, I decided to study sports journalism. Also partial to AFL, cricket, tennis, rugby and lawn bowls.

Women are football too!

For some football fans, the arrival of Harry Kewell to the A-League has been tarnished by an offensive article from a thoughtless ‘journalist’.

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Challenges in the post-Fabregas era

Finally, after what feels like an eternity of transfer period drama and constant hassling, Cesc Fabregas has been sold to Barcelona. He had made no secret of his desire to return to his childhood club and this deal has come … Continue reading

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The FFA must focus on the grassroots while there still is one.

Finding the balance between grassroots and elite level sport is just one of the many challenges facing national and international sporting organisations worldwide.  As the football administrators of Australia, the FFA have to tread a fine line between prioritising the … Continue reading

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Arsenal – a club with no Captain?

There is much conjecture regarding Cesc Fabregas as captain of Arsenal Football Club; there is something about him that just gets people talking. Whether it is regarding his loyalty, his ability to inspire and motivate or his maturity, you can … Continue reading

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