Jack Holmes revisits the January transfer and looks at two teams who got their recruitment spot on, and two who failed to deliver.
With Fury and Wilder’s rematch incoming, Cameron Osborne looks at the condition of boxing’s heavyweight division. Is this the year we’ve been waiting for? On the 22nd of February, Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder will face off in Las Vegas for the second time. The rematch between these two titans of the heavyweight division is […]
Jack Holmes gives his opinion on the managerial situations at West Ham United, Arsenal, Watford and Everton, all of whom sacked their coaches before the turn of the year.
Jack Holmes explores the history behind one of English football’s fiercest rivalries, the North London Derby
In our latest instalment of The Long Game series, Cameron Osborn looks at one boxer in particular – Audley Harrison – whose career never quite lived up to its early promise. Professional boxing is an unforgiving sport, both inside and out of the ring. Boxers repeatedly lay their bodies on the line, and fans come […]
Billy Munday reviews FIFA’s latest ‘Best’ awards, finding a couple of surprising winners. The great and the good of the footballing world descended on Milan last Monday night for FIFA’s latest attempt to hijack the Ballon d’Or as the sport’s primary individual awards. The trophies aren’t as eye-catching, the ‘Best’ tagline isn’t as grand, but […]
By James Bagby Megan Rapinoe shot to prominence with 6 goals and 3 assists seeing U.S.A. to their 4th women’s World Cup. However, more recently it’s her actions off the field which have made her more relevant in the public eye. Her extravagant celebrations drew criticism and she has not been afraid to use her […]
West Indies 289 (Hetmyer 81*, Anderson 5-46) and 415 for 6 dec (Holder 202*, Dowrich 116*) beat England 77 (Roach 5-17) and 246 (Burns 84, Chase 8-60) by 381 runs Selection blunder leaves toothless England to hard yards in the field. Local boys: Jason Holder, Kemar Roach, Shane Dowrich and Roston Chase shine as the West Indies subjected […]
After the dust has settled on the pine straw of Augusta we look back on the tournament as one to remember. Patrick Reed’s spectacular performance to claim his first major should not be overlooked but there are plenty who exceeded expectations who will all be looking to carry their form through to the remaining majors […]
West Ham started with the ball at Saint James’ Park, with play kicking off fast and visitors wasting no time in probing the home team’s defences. City in red and white were quick on their feet, battering away an early onset of offensive plays made by the blue-clad guests. An early chance for West Ham […]