How the Aussie Football Podcast changed my life – LIVE

How the Australian Football Podcast transformed my life.

I’d heard the show before but never listened to it live.

When it aired I was hooked.

It was the best thing ever.

The show was full of wisdom, stories, insights and the knowledge of the game.

And it made me appreciate the game so much more.

It made me a better footballer.

My friends and I would go to a pub and sit down with each other and have a beer and talk football.

It wasn’t about the football and it wasn’t the sports, but it was about the game and the stories.

So I’d love to tell you a story about how the AFP changed my career.

But I’ll save that for another time.

So here’s the story.

In 2010, I was studying journalism at the University of Queensland and had been a freelance journalist for a number of years.

I got my first job in a major newspaper when I was just 19 and it was a job in which I was given a chance to do something very exciting.

I had to work on an editorial team that had an editorial board, which meant I was tasked with getting all the stories and information that was in the paper right.

I did this for a few years and I was also in charge of editing the newsletter and that’s where I found myself as a reporter.

I’ve always loved the idea of being in front of the camera, of putting on my best journalistic clothes and the idea that if I can do that, then everyone else can too.

So that’s what I set out to do and that is where I ended up doing that first year as a freelancer in the Brisbane Courier-Mail.

It’s been my life ever since.

It has changed my whole life.

In terms of the writing and editing, it’s always been an exciting part of the process but as I got older and my career took off, I realised that I could do more.

I realised I could be more creative and more involved in the process, and that has made me an incredibly happy and successful journalist.

The AFP helped me become more focused and able to see the bigger picture of the world and the sport in a much more holistic way.

For example, it was when I got the A-League call-up in 2012 that I realised how much more I could achieve professionally and I think that is one of the reasons why I got to the AFL level.

The more I can see the big picture, the better I can help the team.

I think my most recent career highlight was being part of a squad that won the Socceroos at the 2014 FIFA World Cup and I am very proud of that.

I don’t know if there is a better way to be recognised than that.

What is your A-league experience like?

I’m a regular on the sidelines for the Brisbane Roar and I’ve had a really good time with them over the years.

It is a great experience for a journalist, and one that I’m looking forward to continuing with the Roar this year.

What do you think the AFF can do for the sport?

Well, I’m really passionate about sport and I want to see more of the Australian community involved in sport and the greater community as well.

It would be great to see an Australian team that is based in a state like NSW and Queensland.

What are your goals for the next five years?

I hope to be a broadcaster for the AFA for the remainder of my career and to be involved in any sport that I can in some capacity.

As a writer, I hope I can write some stories about the sport for a wider audience and then hopefully be able to go to some sort of events.

What’s your next project?

I’ll probably be writing a book for the coming year.

I’ll try to find a way to get it published and then I’ll go into the media.

I love what I do, it is something I really enjoy.

What has been your biggest change in your career as a journalist?

My biggest change has been the fact that I was able to have a greater role in the day-to-day management of the team and in the management of that team.

Now I have the freedom to be more involved and it has given me the chance to be an important part of that day-by-day organisation.

I have had to make some tough decisions about my career, but I am confident that I have done the right thing and I look forward to the next 10 years with the AFC.

What would you like to say to those people who are looking for their first A-level sports journalism job?

There are a lot of people out there who could do a lot more to help them find a career in the sport they love.

If you can find an organisation or someone who will be interested in your interests, please contact them.