Can Sport survive the financial burden of Coronavirus? COVID-19 has had a profound effect on Sport. Print Sport Editor Nick Powell analyses the financial implications of seasons being cut short on the World of Sport. In late February, as Ireland postponed their Six Nations fixture with Italy, few could have imagined the long list of […]
With the news that the Premier League is set to return on June 17, James Bagby looks at the impact of Covid-19 on the beautiful game and what there is left to play for this season.
The New Normal? Covid-19 and Sport in 2020 James Bagby looks at the way that viewing sport has changed since its slow re-emergence as lockdown restrictions gradually ease For the first time in the era of Coronavirus, live football and golf graced our TVs. They were not the same sports that we once knew, with […]
Winners and Losers The postponement of Euro 2020 is another of the many disappointing sporting consequences to Coronavirus. The first edition of the tournament to be held across multiple countries has been pushed back to 2021 and the news has left fans and players alike saddened to miss out on a potentially glorious summer of […]
Jack Holmes revisits the January transfer and looks at two teams who got their recruitment spot on, and two who failed to deliver.
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.
Catherine Lloyd picks apart the fierce rivalry between Liverpool and Manchester United.
Ed Alexander casts his eyes over some of the more obscure sporting stories of the last fortnight
Online sports editor Ed Alexander casts an eye over some of the more obscure stories from the last week of sport
Jack Holmes explores the history behind one of English football’s fiercest rivalries, the North London Derby