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Pragmatism or Purity? A look at footballing ideology

“It is better to fail aiming high than to succeed aiming low”. - Bill Nicholson.   A re attacking dominance and pretty play the essential ingredients for...

Jayden Stockley shines as Exeter City bounce back in style

P rior to Exeter City’s clash with 20th placed Morecambe, there was clear cause for concern for both sides. Just four days before,...

3-4-3 in the Premier League: how it has usurped orthodox formation

A rsenal’s 3-0 defeat of Chelsea back in September last year turned out to be one of the most significant matches of...

Best ever FIFA songs: The definitive list

A true hallmark of a good FIFA is the accompanying soundtrack; invariably, EA are masters at curating a playlist that complements the...

Exeter City, and the Football League- where football’s heart remains

T he metaphorical penny dropped from the scaffolding above the old St James Park grandstand, clanging against the floor of Exeter City’s...

The most significant transfer this summer? The transfer of domineering power to Europe’s elite...

D espite previous incarnations of the all-consuming circus that is football’s summer Transfer Window, it is not unreasonable to suggest that this...

Addressing the harmful imbalance of the Rugby Championship

It comes as no great surprise that New Zealand emerged from the Rugby Championship’s opening weekend with their imperious aura restored - an...

A fairy-tale gone sour: Arsene Wenger, the taxi is waiting.

F or a while I have stood by Mr. Wenger. I have let past success and praise cloud my vision. I took...

Disorientation, depression and danger: retirement in sport

“I’m  35 and I still don’t know who I am. I don’t know who I am as a person.” Such candid remarks are likely...

The Woods through the trees

“Hello, World.” These were Tiger Woods’s first words at his inaugural press conference in 1996, his first as a professional sportsperson. After revelations of...