Fears ahead of Euro 2016

So, the dates for Euro 2016 have been set, qualification has been complete, and we are all ready for a great tournament. However, a lot can change between now and 10th June when the tournament commecnces. Ahead of the draw on 10th December, let’s consider some of the biggest storylines heading into the Euros and […]

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David Lloyd is wrong – Murray is an inspirational force

Today, about 220 miles away, in Ghent, Andy Murray will step out onto the clay Belgian court and hopefully get Britain’s 2015 Davis Cup victory party started. On paper, Britain are the favourites, not least because of the world number 2, with many predicting a 3-1 victory (i.e. Murray wins, someone else loses, Murray wins […]

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Homophobia is still rife in the ‘beautiful game’

Football fans revel in the ‘beautiful game’ moniker, as if it alone confers some sort of superiority over other sports. Indeed, the reasons for the game’s popularity are manifest: nothing in the world has to power to unite, divide, encourage and inspire like football does. Hundreds of thousands of weekends hang in the balance based […]

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Is Rugby’s Future All Black?

New Zealand received the fairy tale ending for some of their truly legendary stars of the game, as they became the first country to defend their World Cup title in 28 years of the competition’s history and the most successful team in the tournament’s history. However, the victory on Saturday marked the end of an […]

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