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A new season kicks off this weekend and see’s the return of Walker’s Word. Another 10 months of non-stop top flight football action begins on Saturday with both the opening and closing matches ripe for picking a couple of shock results at great odds writes David Walker.

 

Saturday 19 August

 

Sheffield United vs Liverpool

Sheffield United make their Premiership return after a 12 year absence at lunch time, to kick off another 10 months of top flight action. The bookmakers are predicting a cakewalk for visiting Liverpool, but Blades boss Neil Warnock will have other ideas. During the 2002/03 Carling Cup, United beat Liverpool 2-1 at Bramall Lane, drew 0-0 at home in 1993/94 and beat the Reds 1-0 the previous year in the Premiership’s debut season. Liverpool may have one eye on their Champions League tie against Maccabi Haifa Bandarqq three days later which still hangs in the balance at 2-1 in the Reds favour.

Walker’s Word: A “shock” draw to go against the bookmakers @ 12/5 (Coral)

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The Return of Captain Golden Qq Online Balls

 

 

It is possibly the biggest shock in English football this year, perhaps even topping this season’s FA Cup shocks or England’s national sides failure to qualify from what looked like a do-able group. But when Fabio Capello took over the reigns as England’s head coach he told everyone he would do things his way, from the tatics down to picking a new captain after appearing disappointed with the job John Terry had done under Steve McClaren’s stewardship. Today his announcement to give David Beckham the armband he reluctantly released nearly two years ago is the biggest indication yet that Capello is a man of his own will and way. It may be a fairly meaningless friendly in the grand scheme of things but do not underestimate how much this will mean to Beckham, who had tears in his eyes when he stepped down Qq Online after England’s failure at the last World Cup.

 

Some had suggested he was pushed by then new head coach Steve McClaren who was looking to make a statement when taking over the side and they might not be far from the truth. Everyone knows McClaren was an unpopular pick who was seen as a number two rather than in charge. McClaren’s decision to drop Beckham was supposed to be a sign that no one was safe from this new age. But when McClaren back-tracked and recalled Beckham for England’s qualifier against Estonia it was a sign of weakness that could not be repaired and became just one of many nails McClaren’s coffin in the end.

 

Many sympathised with Beckham when he stepped down, it had been a poor World Cup for most of the England squad, although reaching the quarter finals was a decent enough effort for any realist who understands football. Those fools who believe England still has a god given right to win every tournament they are involved in it was seen as another epic failure and Beckham was made a scapegoat. His emotional speech in relinquishing the captaincy was meet with a large round of applause by those in the room in respect for all he had done for his country.

 

Whilst his achievements must be put into context, that ‘goal’ against Greece was seven years ago, his desire to keep going has obviously impressed Capello because after achieving his 101st cap against USA last week he is still in the squad and is still providing those pinpoint freekicks and passes that no doubt give England an extra edge on the international scene. Beckham is now 33 and you imagine that his time on the international scene is going to come to an end sooner rather than later. My only hope is Capello hasn’t picked Beckham as captain just to draw some Hollywood glamour to a game which everyone knows England are only playing to gain the vote from CONCAF for their 2018 World Cup bid, which will be pointless if America launches their own bid as that vote will go to the way of our Colonial cousins.

 

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So this takes us to Sunday night’s friendly in the Caribbean which will no doubt be a snooze fest which England will win by the odd goal with no remarkable performances from anyone, including Beckham himself. Some believe that Beckham is only being kept on to pass on his knowledge to those youngsters coming through England’s ranks such as David Bentley, who is tipped to take over from Beckham when he eventually retires. But there has to be the age old question over why Bentley isn’t being given a chance to gain more experience in one of these meaningless friendly’s. But again it’s a chance for Capello to see first hand how Beckham handles the role of being captain so as to make a decision over who will become a permanent captain before the World Cup qualifiers start up in September. I for one am happy to see Beckham back wearing the armband because he is one of only a few who demonstrates any passion when playing for their country.

 

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Aplikasi Judi Online24Jam Terpercaya 2021 Levski Sofia top European defences

 

 

There is no doubt now: the best soccer is played in countries where attack rules over defence. Only one club from the top-leagues – Chelsea – feature among the best defending teams in a list ruled by Bulgarian, Czech, Ukrainian, Romanian and Serbian squads.

By far the best defence this season is that of Levski Sofia, who have conceded just 7 goals in 26 games, 0.27 goals per game. The Bulgarian leaders also head the best goals difference chart with an amazing 79-7 (+72!) ratio.

 

Team Goals/games Per game

 

  1. Levski 7/26 0,27
  2. CSKA Sofija 11/26 0,42
  3. Sporting Lisbon 15/28 0,54

4.-5. Slovan Liberec 15/26 0,58

Shakhtiar Donetsk 15/26 0,58

  1. Salzburg 19/32 0,59
  2. Dinamo Bucharest 18/30 0,60
  3. Vojvodina Novi Sad 18/29 0,62
  4. Chelsea 23/63 0,63

10.-11. Hajduk Split 20/31 0,64

Porto 18/28 0,64

 

 

Joey Barton could leave England, and he should

 

Manchester City’s Joey Barton may be Aplikasi Judi Online24Jam Terpercaya 2021 offloaded to a foreign club in the summer as a consequence of the series of incidents perpetrated by the one-time capped midfielder. It is just as well and perhaps Barton should search a country without an extradition treaty with the UK.

His teammate Ousmane Dabo is considering pressing charges against Barton for causing him severe injuries to his eye, nose and lip during an altercation at City’s training ground last week.

“I thought it was over and when I wanted to turn away he hit me with a terrible punch that knocked me out. He acted like a coward, it wasn’t a fair fight.”

Dabo’s left eye has been taped closed and he has swellings and facial marks following hospital treatment.

“When I woke up this morning I looked at myself in the mirror with my face all swollen up and I looked like the Elephant Man,” he told The Sun.

City suspended Barton, an experienced troublemaker who has been fined a couple of times over incidents like putting out a cigar in a teammate Jamie Tandy’s eye during the 2004 Christmas party or fighting with a teenage Everton fan in Bangkok and then with his teammate Richard Dunne who tried to intervene. Last march he was arrested on suspicion of assaulting a taxi driver.

According to Barton’s agent, there are plenty of teams interested in his client, whose price is set at 5.5 million pounds, not including insurance policies for his future teammates.

 

 

No double for Inter Milan

 

Roma hope to clinch its first trophy in its fourth successive Cup final against Inter Milan. Francesco Totti’s team thrashed the reigning champions, a resounding 6-2, edging closer to their eight Italian Cup, and first since 1991.

In the return leg next Wednesday Inter hope to repeat their own performance against the same rival in last summer’s Supercup, when they overturned a 0-3 deficit with four second half goals. Since 2005 Inter and Roma have met in two Coppa Italia finals and in a Supercup, with Inter winning every time. Inter’s coach Roberto Mancini holds the nickname of “King of Cups” having won six Italian Cups as a player and other four coaching Fiorentina, Lazio and Inter.

 

Sevilla: a treble or a collapse?

 

After Chelsea and Manchester United dropped out of the race for a treble, Sevilla is the only European team that retains the possibility of winning three trophies. In spite of losing 2-3 to Real Madrid in last Sunday’s big match in Madrid, Sevilla is within four points of a faltering Barcelona at the top of the league, while in both cups they have reached the finals. In the UEFA Cup, Juande Ramos’s team will defend the trophy against Espanyol on May 16th in Glasgow, while in the Spanish Cup they will meet Getafe on June 23th at Santiago Bernabeu. The remaining schedule for Sevilla is gruesome, as the Andalusians will have to play two games a week until the end of May.

 

Eto’o closer to leaving Barcelona

 

Samuel Eto’o has only a 40% chance of staying in Barcelona and just as much for joining Milan, claim the Italian daily Gazzetta dello Sport. The same source believe that Arsenal have the remaining 20% of snatching the Cameroonian striker.

Although his playing contribution is doubtlessly enormous, Eto’o has become a liability in the dressing room after making several enemies. Barca, who is reportedly attempting to sign Thierry Henry and the Brazilian Alfonso Alves from Heerenveen, may be willing to sell Eto’o dear, although at a lower price than the 150 million euros, the amount of the player’s buy-out clause. After recovering from knee injury, Eto’o has been scoring at the rate of a goal every 102 minutes and shares second place among Barcelona’s scorers this season with a total of 12 goals, behind Ronaldinho with 20.

 

For Deschamps, Juve’s title dream is a “utopia”

 

Juventus are on their way to the Italian Division 1, but they are not going to win the league right away, says their coach Didier Deschamps.

“I’m an ambitious person, but it is important not to lose a sense of reality. Much will be down to next summer’s reinforcements, but for now I think that dreaming of an immediate scudetto is a utopia,” said the Frenchman.

As far as Inter’s championship win, Deschamps has been fair:

“Good for them, they won fair and square, but we’ll meet next season.”

Inter are the team that were awarded Juventus’s 2006 title after the exposure that Juve’s directors had maintained illegal contacts with match referees.

 

Nantes go down after 44 years

 

One of the French greats, Nantes Atlantique, have been mathematically relegated with two games to go in spite of beating Bordeaux away 1-0. Wins by Nice and Valenciennes have made it certain that the Canaries could not be saved, alongside Sedan, level on 36 points.

 

Nantes have won eight championships, the last time in 2001, just before Lyon’s six-year winning run. One of the traditional French powerhouses, Nantes have had a chaotic season, having used four coaches and continuously shuffling the starting lineup. Not even the legendary keeper Fabien Barthez, brought as a saviour in December, could help extricate the team from their plight. In fact, with his erratic behaviour and less-than-convincing displays, the former World and European champion contributed to Nantes’s downfall.

 

Dinamo Zagreb break all records

 

Dinamo Zagreb have retained the Croatian title ahead of Hajduk Split in a season marked by several new records which will be tremendously difficult to break in the future.

Coached by Josip Kuze until the 13th round and by Branko Ivankovic since the end of October, the Zagreb Lions have registered 28 wins in 31 matches played so far, including 18 consecutive wins, all of them under Ivankovic’s guidance.

 

If they collect four or more points in the remaining two games, Dinamo will also establish a new record regarding the percentage of points won, which currently stands at 90.9% and has been held by the same team since the 1996/97 season.

The team’s top player, the naturalized Brazilian Eduardo da Silva, has scored 29 goals, equaling Goran Vlaovic’s mark from 14 seasons ago.

How high Dinamo’s standards are is reflected by the fact that the board of directors dismissed Kuze despite losing only a single league game in the first 13 rounds.

 

 

 

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Klinsmann forced out by Data Hk Bayern’s past

 

 

As we approach the climax to the season with sides across Europe beginning to know where they are going to end up it always comes as a shock to see a manager depart with such little time remaining. Especially when that manager is former German international Jurgen Klinsmann and his tenure at his current club has only been eight months. The former Tottenham striker upset the football odds by being forced to leave Germany’s biggest club Bayern Munich following their 1-0 defeat to Schalke despite being only three points off top spot with five games to go.

 

The situation all seems a little odd, looking on from the outside, when you consider that the season isn’t over and to make a change this late on might not have the desired impact. Bayern’s owners crave success, the fans crave it and most German football fans expect it when you consider how many Bundesliga titles and European Cups the club has won. The record breaking total of 21 league titles will certainly place pressure on whoever is in charge but you get the impression that Bayern’s on the field form was used as an excuse to sack the former German national coach.

 

Defeat at the weekend was only their seventh loss this season and in what is an incredibly tight Bundesliga that still leaves them in third spot, three points off the top. The real reason for the sacking of Klinsmann appears to be the disapproval over his training methods and the way he handles the players. The 44-year-old is known to be Data Hk heavily influenced by the training methods he observed of athletes in America, especially the way they psychologically prepared before an event.

 

Unfortunately for Klinsmann the methods he brought to the club don’t appear to have sat well with the board and it has been reported that Bayern president Franz Beckenbauer disagreed with the way the manager was training the players. Those of you who know your history will already be aware that Beckenbauer had two spells as manager himself. It seems then that the two German legends clashed when it came to the methods being used off the pitch and when push came to shove there was only going to be one winner.

 

Klinsmann’s sacking is a timely reminder that the manager doesn’t always have complete control over matters on the pitch, a certain Jose Mourinho will tell you all about that. Klinsmann has paid the price for trying something different and despite Beckenbauer being a national legend perhaps he should have taken a step back and seen how the season finished before dropping the axe on a promising young manager in a difficult job.

 

 

 

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Select your domain name:

 

Your website’s URL will serve as its identity and address on the Internet. It is important to think about this when choosing your domain name. Once you have chosen a domain name, it cannot be changed. You can, but it will be treated as a new website that may confuse existing users. These are some tips to help you choose a domain name.

 

It’s easier for people to remember short URLs than long ones. You also have the possibility of users being diverted away from your website by typos.

 

It should be matched to your company name. It will be disconcerting to potential customers if the address of your website doesn’t match your business name. This can lead to confusion and decrease your brand awareness.

 

Choose a name that reflects the essence of your business. A domain name that is easy to remember will help you get more people to your website cheap SSD dedicated servers

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Avoid using hyphens within the domain name, as they can confuse potential customers.

 

Change spellings only if they are necessary to match your company’s name. For example, if you name your site www.xcitingtravls.com, people will confuse it with www.excitingtravels.com.

 

You can purchase your domain name immediately if it is available. Otherwise, you risk losing it.

 

Select your web host

 

Your website’s success will depend on the web host you choose. Your site’s usability and performance will be affected if your web host provides substandard service. If a website is slow or not performing as expected, users won’t go to it. Studies show that 53% of users will leave a site that doesn’t load within 3 minutes. Before you sign up, make sure to check the performance of your hosting provider. You can get an idea of what you can expect once you have purchased hosting by reading user reviews.

 

Choose the plan

 

After you have selected your provider, it’s time to choose the hosting plan. There are many plans available with varying offerings. If you are just starting out, the lowest plan is a good option. We recommend that you purchase a moderate-sized plan. It isn’t too expensive and provides the best value. Once your website grows, you can upgrade to a larger plan. For new websites, shared hosting is an excellent option. It’s one of the most cost-effective hosting options and provides viable features and benefits to a new website that meets basic hosting requirements.

 

Create a great website.

 

Next, you need to design and develop a website that is relevant to your business. You decide the look and behavior of your website. The developers will work with you to create your website. Your work starts once your website has been created, tested, and is ready for launch. Your website’s performance over time will be determined by the decisions made at this stage.

 

Optimise your website

 

It’s simple. Your site will perform better if it is optimized. You can get rid of any unused code, compress your images and minify your scripts. Online tools can be used to shrink your images and compress your scripts. You can reduce server load by using caching. You can also deploy a Content Delivery Network, which will increase your site’s page loading speeds. These measures will help you improve your SEO score.

 

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Add-ons add functionality to your site and make it easier to use.

 

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For a reliable communication channel with your customers, you should consider Business Email Hosting.

 

Let the world know

 

Your website is now ready to go. Before you launch your website, increase interest in it. Social media can be used to tease your site’s launch, and lead up to it. You’ll feel confident that everyone will be excited about your website’s launch.

 

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Korea Squeeze Into Judi Online Quarters

 

 

It wasn’t pretty but South Korea scraped into the last eight of the Asian Cup with a 1-0 win over Indonesia in Jakarta. Saudi Arabia gave a big helping hand as they thrashed Bahrain 4-0 in the Sumatran city of Palembang.

 

The atmosphere in the Korean camp after the game was one of relief, not surprising when one considers that the team were bottom of Group D when Australian referee Mark Shield blew his whistle to signal the start of proceedings. One point from the previous two games had left Korea needing to win and hoping that the other result wasn’t a draw.

 

In the Korean camp prior to kick-off, there was a general expectation that the West Asian clash probably would end all-square. There was no bitterness just an awareness that such a thing could happen and it was Korea’s fault for putting themselves in the situation.

 

The Saudis were having none of it and, on a dry Palembang pitch, made sure that their West Asian neighbours were heading back home. The scoreline was harsh on Bahrain who had a number of good chances before the game got away from them midway through the second half.

 

90,000 fans packed in the Gelora Bung Karno Stadium didn’t care. It is sad that the special atmosphere created in the arena will not be experienced again in this Asian Cup. The chances of more than 5,000 turning up for what looks to be a fairly unglamorous quarter-final between the Saudis and Uzbekistan are about the same Judi Online as seeing a good word about the Indonesian FA printed in the nation’s media.

 

Like the previous game against Saudi Arabia, the president and his wife were in attendance and this time there were a good number of soldiers to go with the legions of security.. The Premier League may be the most popular in the world but their yellow-bib wearing spotty stewards aren’t a patch on Indonesia’s machine gun-toting, gum-chewing, mean-looking crowd control cadets.

 

Indonesian stewards

 

The Korean embassy had warned fans not to wander around in the colours of the Taeguk Warriors but, except the tearing down of a banner proclaiming friendship between Indonesia and Korea, I saw few problems. Even at the end of a game that saw the team defeated by the narrowest of margins when a draw would have seen them through, the disappointed fans applauded both teams off the pitch.

 

Goodbye Indonesia

 

“A hell of an atmosphere wasn’t it?” coach Pim Verbeek said to me after the game.

 

The Dutchman was hoarse obviously from shouting at his players in frustration. Korea had good chances to kill the game, especially in the second half, and really should have added to Kim Jung-woo’s 34th minute winner.

 

Korea’s wastefulness led to a final period that was tenser than it needed to be but the visitors deserved the win to set up a fourth successive Asian Cup quarter-final with Iran in Kuala Lumpur. It is 2-1 to Iran who took the lead in the mini-series with a thrilling 4-3 win in the Chinese city of Jinan three summers ago.

 

Korea will not be too sorry to leave Jakarta and its poor training pitches – there will be no such problems in Malaysia. Team Melli will pose a few however and the Taeguk Warriors will need to improve if KL is not merely to be a stop-off on their way back to Seoul.

 

The team’s interpreter told me that they “will definitely be back” in Jakarta for the final on July 29. That remains to be seen. A victory over Iran will see a semi against Iraq or Vietnam and suddenly Korea are dreaming of continental glory.

 

‘Tis a funny old game.

 

 

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The quality of the Poker Online rooms is what attracts celebrities to the site and you can find yourself up against many a famous name. Celebpoker operates its own poker league games and a variety of small and large tournaments are available to choose from and the site provides a poker school for novices or even more experienced players who want to learn or improve their game. A nice feature is that the site allows you to practice for free at a range of practice tables with no need to deposit any money. Tech support for the site is 24/7 by e-mail, telephone support, or a live e-chat support. The slot online telephone helplines offers a range of multilingual free phone numbers to contact the both poker support and WebDollar for banking queries at Celebpoker.com.

 

The Poker Online tables available will cover a broad range of buy-ins and stakes. Buy-ins can go from as little as 5c to $1000. There are regular Single and Multi table tournaments starting all the time with buy-ins ranging from $3 to $5000.

 

For all the tournaments including the guaranteed and freeroll tournaments, you have a choice of currency between Euros or dollars. For sit and go tournaments there is broader range of currencies available. A feature that the international community will appreciate is the ability to play in a variety of languages including Spanish, Turkish, and German.

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Europol Predicts the Rise of Crypto Exchanges in Digital Underground | Shelter Crypto | Shelter Humanity | Charity Token Homeless | Charity Coin

 

 

 

Are the current market dynamics, in which centralized exchanges dominate cryptocurrency trade volumes, likely to change over the next few years? Europol predicts that privacy-conscious traders will turn to ‘criminal’ services for the digital underground in response to international regulatory requirements for identity verification at established venues. Check out more about Charity Coin

 

Europol investigates Cyber Crime of the Future

 

Europol, formerly the European Police Office and Drugs Unit (previously known as the European Police Office and Drugs Unit), recently published its annual assessment of cybercrime risk landscape for 2019. This report examines the possible impact of technological developments like artificial intelligence (AI), quantum computing, on cybercrime. It also includes a section on what it calls the criminal abuse of cryptocurrency.

 

According to the agency, cybercrime investigators have reported that cryptocurrencies still pose a challenge for law enforcement. The agency also noted that “Crypto investigations have become a major part of law enforcement’s daily operations.” Investigators need training in order to be able to handle these types of investigations.

 

 

 

According to Europol’s findings, cryptocurrencies play a crucial role in the underground economic system. They are used to make most “criminal-to-criminal” (C2C), payments on darknet forums or marketplaces. Many attackers also demand payment for C2C payments. It is claimed that criminally obtained funds are not only difficult to track, but can also be diluted through mixing services which serve to obscure the financial trail.

 

Europol Predicts the Rise of Crypto Exchanges in Digital Underground

 

Europol Headquarters in the Hague (Netherlands),

 

According to the report, the most notable development in crypto is that frauds and attacks which previously targeted fiat currencies or other payment systems have been modified to include cryptocurrencies. Europol routinely detects malware and phishing that targets crypto-investors or companies. It also looks for new frauds such as investment frauds related cryptocurrency. These approaches are more likely to succeed because of the less knowledge that potential victims have about these types of assets.

 

Cryptojacking is still a problem, but it appears that the activity has declined since 2018. This may be partly due to Coinhive’s March shutdown, which was the most popular mining script. According to the report, the most popular cryptocurrencies are those that can be used with GPU or CPU mining and are hard to track. Monero was the first to be considered for this type of activity, as it ticked both of these boxes. These incidents can have an impact on many people, but the average victim is not usually hurt so it is seldom reported.

 

Europol reported previously that there was a shift to privacy-focused cryptocurrencies like monero and zcash, but it now states that BTC is still the preferred currency for criminal use. This trend is centered on darknet markets. Many of these market accept XMR or trade in it exclusively.…

Leandro’s exit could be felt further Agen Togel afield

 

 

 

 

Adam Griffiths is hardly the biggest name in Australian football.

 

He wasn’t the most high-profile star at his A-League club. He’s not even the most recognisable player in his family.

 

But the twin brother to Joel and older brother of Ryan made headlines this month when he swapped A-League club Gold Coast United for Saudi side Al-Shabab after just one game.

 

Gold Coast pocketed a cool $A650,000 for the transaction, but the ramifications of the move were perhaps not fully understood in Australia.

 

Al-Shabab’s decision to poach the no-frills defender signalled a willingness for Gulf clubs to look Down Under for their football stars.

 

Now that Gamba Osaka’s star striker Leandro is set to leave Agen Togel Japan in a 1 billion yen move with Qatari side Al-Sadd, it could spell trouble for both J. League clubs and those further afield.

 

When former Nagoya Grampus striker Davi cashed in his yen for the Gulf just as compatriots Baré and Magno Alves had done before him, respected J. League columnist Jeremy Walker wrote, “let them go.”

 

Walker argued that there were plenty more Brazilians to go around the J. League in the future.

 

But there are only so many Australian-born, locally-produced defenders of the calibre of Adam Griffiths to go around.

 

As influential Australian writer Jesse Fink has pointed out, an inadvertent effect of the AFC’s new “3+1” rule could be the plundering of more frugal leagues by those from the oil-rich Gulf states.

 

In Emerson, Baré and now Leandro, Gulf clubs have demonstrated a fondness for bustling strikers who provide a physical presence in front of goal.

 

That’s precisely the category that current A-League top scorer Shane Smeltz falls under.

 

Gold Coast United officials may claim that Smeltz is not for sale “at any price,” but these are the same officials who found an offer for Adam Griffiths too good to refuse.

 

Smeltz will lead the line for New Zealand in their upcoming World Cup qualifying playoff against either Saudi Arabia or Bahrain in October.

 

What price a Smeltz move to the Gulf states on the back of that World Cup showdown?

 

Back in Osaka, Gamba will downgrade from star striker Leandro to the slightly less exotic Cho Jae-Jin.

 

A Korean for a Brazilian – it’s a common trade in the J. League these days.

 

And Australian officials may also find that the departure of Adam Griffiths was a mere precursor of things to come, with the first trickle through the floodgates potentially yielding a torrent.…