An interview with Manchester Mosquitoes ARFC players discussing Australian Rules Football in the UK. Discussion includes the growth and development of the sport in the UK and why they decided to get involved.
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There are several sports that bring stereotypes to mind. Sports such as Polo, Rowing, shooting and fencing are all stereotypical upper class sports.
I’ve never had an interest in training at a particular sport, although as a teen I participated in many dance classes. 289 more words
As England fans nervously await the outcome of their next two games to see whether their country can book their place at next summer’s World Cup Finals in Brazil, other sets of fans are comfortably resting easy in the knowledge that their nation has already ensured that it will play its part in the biggest show in football. 464 more words
I had the pleasure of seeing a presentation from an academic studying lad culture in higher education today. I thought her presentation was excellent, while she alluded to the events we’ve seen highlighted in the media recently, she concentrated on it’s affect in the classroom and how lecturers and other students dealt with disruption from what she observed was groups of men. 659 more words
Within two days of the World Cup draw, Brazilian football was making the news for all the wrong reasons. On Sunday images of despicable violence taking place at the game between Atlético Paranaense and Vasco da Gama in the southern textile town of Joinville were spread around the world, bringing shame on the country. 505 more words