Harper Pestinger
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Harper is an 18-year-old journalist who lives and breathes sport. He studies journalism, hosts the KickCast and Where Do We Begin podcasts and, most importantly, has a good time doing it all.

How a Nicaraguan volcano shaped Australia’s Champions League coverage

The host of the world’s biggest football podcast has come to our shores to present Australia’s Champions League coverage. Max Rushden tells the story of his getting here and it is, quite frankly, ridiculous.

From Grand Final debutant to Icelandic league sharpshooter: The story of Joey Gibbs

Joey Gibbs is understating things when he says it was “probably” the most interesting year of his career. Over the course of the 2009/10 season, a 17-year-old Gibbs spent six weeks unable to walk, two games starting up front for…

Confident Arnold desires improvement against Vietnam

Graham Arnold expects his Socceroos side to “improve in every facet” against Vietnam tonight following last week’s 3-0 win against China. Speaking at a press conference from Hanoi, the Australian head coach was steadfastly optimistic ahead of the World Cup…

Matildas Olympic Squad: the definitive guide to all 22 players

Get to know all the important information, plus some that’s not so important, on every Matilda in the Olympic squad.

2021 A-League Grand Final Player Ratings

Kick360’s been watching the replay on repeat since last night and has assessed each player, rating their performances out of 10.

The Top 5 A-League Finals of All-Time Bar the Grand Final

From free-flowing thrillers to tense and tight tussles, if previous seasons are any guide, we’re going to be glued to the A-League for this season’s final five matches.

Late Lleyton Derby Heroics Lift Victory Off Bottom

Melbourne City thought they had a third derby win of the season tonight, but a late Lleyton Brooks equaliser ensured Melbourne Victory have avoided confirming a first-ever last-place finish. City looked too well-drilled for their albeit spirited neighbours, but Brooks’…

Western United 2020/21 Season review

Western United will be extremely disappointed with their 2020-21 season. Almost all their wins have been unconvincing and if it weren’t for last-gasp heroics in victories against Melbourne Victory and Perth Glory, United’s situation would look even more dire. An…