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The World Cup Show podcast – Episode 9

After 64 matches, 169 goals and a few VAR controversies, France has emerged as the World Cup winner, ending the Croatian fairytale in a pulsating final. Join Etta, Josh, Vincent and Michael as they review Russia 2018. Listen to Episode 9 here.

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The World Cup Show podcast – Episode 8

32 countries gathered in Russia a month ago and 62 games later, we’re down to just two teams. France and Croatia have walked very different paths to get to this point. Join Caleb, Dominic and Ben as they look at the journey to the final and who might emerge as the world champions on Monday […]

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The World Cup Show – Episode 7

It started off as a joke but #itscominghome might actually happen. England is through to the semi-finals and in this program Etta, Jakob, Josh and Jordan will look at the title credentials of the final four. Listen to Episode 7 here.

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The World Cup Show podcast – Episode 6 (Fri 6 July)

We’re joined in this show by Walter Valeri – long-time footballing identity in Canberra, a highly regarded NSL footballer back in the day, and the father of Socceroo Carl Valeri. In England, #itscominghome is going viral so our team of Jordan, Michael and Caleb preview their chances against Sweden as well as all the other […]

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The World Cup Show podcast – Episode 5

Listen to Episode 5 here. Germany, Argentina, Spain, Messi and Ronaldo are all gonsky. The upsets keep coming at Russia 2018 and as we near the quarter-finals, the tournament is wide open. Our team of expert analysts – Jakob, Michael and Ben – count the casualties and look at how the draw is opening up […]

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The World Cup Show podcast – Episode 4

Our expert analysts Dominic and Vincent ask whether Australia’s World Cup campaign was a failure. And they review the headline match-ups in the first round of the knockout stage. Penalty shootout anyone? Listen here to Episode 4.

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The World Cup Show podcast – Episode 3

It’s the Socceroos’ date with destiny. Will Tim Cahill get his World Cup swansong? And if not, who is going to stick the ball in the back of the net for the Socceroos? Will the French do the right thing by Australia and beat Denmark? With so many questions, we go to Sochi to get […]

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The World Cup Show podcast – Episode 2

Everyone can’t stop talking about VAR. Nor can we, so we’ve called in the video technology expert, Dr Roland Goecke to explain. He joins Vincent, Josh and Michael in the World Cup Show studio. Listen here to Episode 2.

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The World Cup Show podcast – Episode 1

We’ve called in the big guns for our first World Cup Show. Dominic, Vincent and Josh are joined by Luke Wilkshire. Yes, the same Luke Wilkshire who went to two World Cups and played 79 times for the Socceroos. Listen here to Episode 1

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Getting Real About Illicit Drug Use at EDM Festivals

The electronic dance music (EDM) business, propelled by large scale music festivals, has grown to an estimated worth of $4.5 billion, […]

World XI – Jakob Gisik

Goalkeeper Hugo Lloris (France) Lloris edges out Golden Glove winner Thibaut Courtois as the starting goalkeeper. The French captain wasn’t […]

World XI – Vincent Smith-Koppie

Goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois (Belgium) Thibaut Courtois finished the World Cup with a tournament-high 27 saves including some special efforts in […]

World XI – Ben James

Goalkeeper – Kasper Schmeichel (Denmark) The main reason behind Denmark’s group stage survival, Kasper more than lived up to his […]

World XI – Michael Djordjieski

Goalkeeper – Jordan Pickford (England) The 24-year-old Everton shot stopper was immense for England throughout the tournament. Pickford arguably produced […]

World XI – Josh Knox

Goalkeeper – Guillermo Ochoa (Mexico) Ochoa only featured in the four matches but made a whopping 25 saves in the […]

World XI – Dominic Unwin

Goalkeeper – Jordan Pickford Gareth Southgate’s decision to leave veteran Joe Hart out of England’s squad paid off after Pickford […]