Ashes to Ashes Oliver Lamb discusses what went wrong for England in the latest Ashes “They’ve been pretty poor in their thinking, planning, selection… Everybody has to have a good look at themselves – the players, who haven’t performed… the selectors… we’ve been poor. Really, really poor!” That was the verdict of Geoffrey Boycott, English […]
Rhys Wallis reviews England’s Cricketing Tour in India and explores their options going forward
COVID Sport Restrictions: Bubbling Up More Progress? Billy Densham suggests COVID-19 bubbles have highlighted the importance of prioritising athlete mental health The mental wellbeing of athletes has been pulled into sharp focus as a result of tight COVID restrictions. This could be a watershed moment where the sporting community accepts that mental health has to […]
Harry Richards takes a look at the challenge sports coverage faces to stay relevant in the digital age.
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 […]
A Life Without Amateur Sport With Amateur Sport off the table for the forseeable future, Rob Hunt, James Bagby and Nick Powell look at what has been missing in a life without Amateur Sport You aren’t as fit as you think you are, Rob Hunt One thing has to be made clear: football isn’t a […]
Exeposé’s online sports editor Ed Alexander takes a look back at some of the lesser-known sporting stories from the last seven days
Was it worth sacrificing the Ashes to win the World Cup? Rhodri Evans looks back on England’s spectacular cricketing summer. There is little doubt, looking back on this summer of cricket, that it has been the most exciting and enthralling since 2005, if not even 1981. The British public jumped on the cricketing bandwagon for […]
In this first instalment of The Long Game, Michael Rudling looks at three cricket ‘prodigies’ whose outstanding natural ability and potential left fans expecting more.
With the conclusion of the second Test Match of three in the Caribbean between the West Indies and England, many questions have been raised over the quality of this England side. Especially when that same squad came into the series off the back of an away whitewash, 3-0, in Sri Lanka and a flattering but […]