Phil Gould is a League Columnist for The Sydney Morning Herald
Phil Gould OK footy fans, it's feedback time again.
Phil Gould There are two ways to run a professional football club.
Phil Gould The modern-day version of the South Sydney Rabbitohs has finally come of age as a football team.
Phil Gould The six salient points Phil Gould noticed from the first week of the 2013 NRL competition.
Phil Gould Does your team have a realistic shot at the title in 2013? I like the Rabbits and Roosters.
Matter of degree: Sea Eagles compensate for lapses but Bunnies' Jekyll-Hyde routine could end in heartache
Phil Gould The two better teams won the elimination semi-finals. However, the devil is usually in the detail, so let's dig a little deeper.
Phil Gould The two best teams following the 26 home-and-away rounds of the premiership have safely negotiated the treacherous waters of semi-final football to make their way to the big show on NRL grand final...
Phil Gould The Storm and the Bulldogs have made the grand final with vastly different game plans.
Phil Gould The quality of yesterday's clash between Cronulla and the North Queensland Cowboys never rose to any great heights.
Phil Gould A sunny, August Sunday afternoon at their Brookvale home base, hosting the in-form Knights, provided the perfect platform for Manly to make a statement about their 2012 intentions.
Phil Gould I was very keen to see how South Sydney handled this difficult assignment. It was never going to be an easy game for them.
Phil Gould South Sydney fans can really start to get excited. They're probably showing signs of jubilation already.