Brighton target Yves Bissouma would help unlock their attacking pedigree.

The 21-year-old midfielder has been linked with a move to the Premier League over the last few days, and he could be the signing that makes Chris Hughton’s team one to watch in 2018/19. Brighton and Hove Albion are reportedly closing in on Lille midfielder Yves Bissouma. The Ligue 1 club want £17.5m for their... Continue Reading →

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Imperious Roger Federer easily through to second round at Wimbledon 2018.

The defending champion comfortably breezed past Dusan Lajovic 6-1, 6-3, 6-4 on Centre Court. Blue skies, hot temperatures, and freshly picked strawberries smothered with cool cream...that can only mean one thing; Wimbledon 2018 is finally upon us. All of the courts looked like seas of emeralds on day one. The grass, which has been finely... Continue Reading →

Footballer Gerard Pique is showing his business ambitions with plans to reform tennis’ Davis Cup into an 18-nation extravaganza, but his proposal needs some finishing touches.

Hours before lining up for Barcelona in their La Liga match against Girona last Saturday, Gerard Pique gave a presentation to the International Tennis Federation proposing a radical change that could make or break the men's game.  "Together we can elevate the Davis Cup to new heights by putting on a must-see World Cup of... Continue Reading →

Juventus First Team Review: A beautiful insight into Italy’s most prestigious football club.

Netflix have released the first half of episodes in a six-part series following the Italian giants during the 2017-18 season. WARNING: CONTAINS SPOILERS  "Juventus uses it's past to define it's future." Football club documentaries haven't exactly been successful in the past. Just look at 2012's Being: Liverpool. However, Netflix's new documentary "Juventus: First Team" is... Continue Reading →

Pyeongchang 2018: Cancellations and dangerous women’s slopestyle final cast doubts on Korean city’s ability to host the Winter Olympics.

Four years ago Sochi came under criticism for being too warm to host the Winter Olympics. Beijing, who have been awarded the 2022 games, has come under similar scrutiny. So hosting the games in Pyeongchang, where it falls to sub-zero temperatures, should be more suitable, shouldn't it? Well so far the decision to finally hand... Continue Reading →

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