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Good Luck Matildas - FIFA Women's World Cup 2011

The Mad Chatter - Monday, June 27, 2011

FIFA Corruption - Did Australia Back The Wrong Horse In Sepp Blatter?

The Mad Chatter - Friday, June 03, 2011

Maradona admits Socceroos were cheated out of another World Cup in 1994

The Mad Chatter - Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Maradone drug cheat in 1994 World CupIn 1994, Australia played Argentina for a spot in the World Cup finals in the United States. To set the scene, Australia had played brilliantly in the lead up matches and needed to beat Argentina to secure a spot in final 24.  Read more

2010 Memorable Sporting Moments

The Mad Chatter - Monday, January 03, 2011

While I was sipping on my tenth beer on New Year’s Eve I started to think about 2010 and what were the biggest sporting controversies of the year. There were plenty to choose from so here are my top sporting controversies and moments of 2010. Read more

Australia Misses Out on 2022 World Cup

The Mad Chatter - Friday, December 03, 2010

Australia remains the only continent to not have been awarded a FIFA World Cup after the bid for 2022 was unsuccessful. Qatar was given the nod by th judges ahead of Australia. The video submited to the FIFA judges has caused plenty of drama. Many out there think the video is hopeless and other think it is awesome. Read more

Ground Zero - Australian FIFA World Cup Bid for 2018 or 2022

The Mad Chatter - Wednesday, December 09, 2009

Australia is bidding for the FIFA World CupWhat could derail Australia‚Äôs chance to host the 2018 or 2022 FIFA World Cup? Read more