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Will Sink or Swim?
If you read my previous post, you’ll know that I’m a little concerned about the current state of soccer in NZ; so much so that I’ve set aside two hours next Saturday afternoon to go and watch the All Whites play a friendly in Christchurch against Australia.
I really love my Aussie heritage and, while I hate the fact that we’re languishing in the bottom three of the FIFA world
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