Host Richard Parkin interviews Capital Football CEO Heather Reid about Canberra United. Parkin analyses the A-League and the Socceroos Asian Cup squad with resident football analyst Kate Cohen. Click here to listen on iTunes. Part 1 (Interview begins at 25 mins 53 sec) Richard Parkin: Welcome back to the Leopold Method Radio Show, our guest today is the CEO of Capital Football and W-League side Canberra United, Heather Reid. She's a former boss of the Australian Women's Soccer Association and [...]
The dream for most young Australian footballers remains to one day play in the English Premier League. Every year many head to the UK to try their luck but despite the well-known success stories of the past two decades, like Harry Kewell, Lucas Neill and Tim Cahill, the journey is fraught with sacrifice, hardship and often heartbreak. Currently, there are close to 60 Aussies plying their trade in England’s football pyramid. From Liverpool to Gateshead, 16 year-old prodigy Jake Brimmer [...]
Host Richard Parkin interviews Adam Vivian from the Professional Footballers Association about the Western Sydney Wanderers pay dispute. Parkin analyses the A-League with resident football analyst Kate Cohen and Ann Odong covers the W-League. Click here to listen on iTunes. Part 1 (Interview begins at 25 mins 47 sec) Richard Parkin: Yes, this is indeed 2ser and this is the Leopold Method Radio Show. I'm joined now by our very special guest, he's the chief executive of the Professional [...]
Host Kate Cohen interviews Paul Brown about the Pararoos funding cuts. Cohen analyses the A-League with guest football analyst Gilbert Albertson and Richard Parkin covers the W-League. Click here to listen on iTunes. Part 1 (Interview begins at 18 mins 03 sec) Kate Cohen: The Pararoos had a budget of $175,000 and this was recently cut by the Australian Sports Commission. Can you please explain to our listeners how this decision was made and why it was made? Paul Brown: [...]
Newly crowned AFC Women's Player of the Year Katrina Gorry speaks about her award, playing football with boys, working part time in a cafe, the 2015 Women's World Cup and life as a female footballer.