Thursday, 7 October 2010

David Williams in Half-Time Heroes

The latest issue of HTH is out. Football writers and cartoonists from across Australia to take a look at Aussie and World football.

Great interview with rising star Indigenous Australian David Williams.

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Hello football fans and welcome to the
October Issue of Half Time Heroes. 2010/10/05/time-heroes- october-2010/

We haven’t missd a month just adjusting our calander.

It’s been all doom and gloom with talk about the A-League with everyone with a paid opinion writing obituaries. But here at Half Time Heroes we celebrate football and ignore the white elephant in the room and in the stadiums. Sure we take it seriously as well but we like to have fun and take the piss as well.

This month’s highlights on Half Time Heroes:
An Interview with North Queensland Fury and Socceroo attacker David Williams. Thanks to Dave for giving us his time.

The Adventures of the Big D and Buckle Up Ben Continue.... HTH’s satirical look at the administration of football as we go behind the scenes ot two of Australia’s best mates thanks to Chippy Brady our secret ranter who goes off his nut again.
We welcome Micheal Turner to the HTH family as he reviews Australia’s 2022 World Cup Bid. It’s in the bag right?
Check out our A League picture specials couresty of Goal!Weekly photographers.

Mike Salter discusses the European Filter with Nathan Burns and Bruce Djite as subjects. Andrew Donald talks dirty and Nat Adamopoulos gives us History 101 with Adelaide City.

This month at HTH we also go cosmopolitan for all you Euro- football lovers/snobs/connesairs. We start our brand new Serie A section with Julian De Martinis and we also bring you Ze Bundesliga with Mark Hex. and don’t forget the La Liga with Kieran Pender.

You like US Soccer? Learn more about the MLS and team USA with Forest Brazil. HTH sent our EPL writer Ben Halls to the US. He is an Englishman in New York checking out Soccer with some Yanks.

Gary Al-Smith gives us an update on African World Cup Heroes Ghana. Wayne Snowden HTH resident cartoonist takes aim at the Football Federation Australia and the Australian football Media. Check his cartoons on Cover page, page 15 and double page 20.

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