The events that took place during West Ham United’s heavy defeat to Burnley showed that the atmosphere around the club has now gone beyond toxic.

Two seasons ago West Ham United finished seventh in the Premier League and qualified for Europe under the guidance of Slaven Bilic, in what was their final campaign at the infamous Upton Park.  There was a sense of optimism in and around the club during the summer of 2016 ahead of their move to the... Continue Reading →


A look back at the life of Sir Roger Bannister (1929-2018).

The world of athletics has today been grieving following of the death of Sir Roger Bannister.  Bannister, who passed away at the age of 88, became the first man to run the mile in less than four minutes. His time of 03:59.4 instantly gave him legendary status within the sport. His story is one of... Continue Reading →

MLS 2018: Despite his disastrous tenure at Aston Villa, Remi Garde is still quite a coup for Montreal Impact.

When Remi Garde left his position as Aston Villa manager in March 2016, his managerial reputation was in tatters.  The 51-year-old Frenchman won just two of his 20 league matches in charge of the Villans, which culminated a win percentage of just 10%. It's the lowest of any Aston Villa manager in the club's history.... 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 →


Chung Hyeon: The Korean making history at the 2018 Australian Open.

Suwon is a province just outside Seoul in South Korea with a estimated population of 1.2 million people. In the heart of it you'd find a street which is named after former PSV Eindhoven and Manchester United footballer Park Ji-Sung. Suwon is where he grew up before going on to represent his country at three... Continue Reading →


Australian Open 2018: Talking points (Day Six and Seven)

The first week of this year's Australian Open concluded with one of the matches of the tournament. Here is a look back at the weekend action before we enter the business end of the competition. The favourites for the men's title power through  Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic made it into the fourth round after... Continue Reading →


Australian Open 2018: Talking points (Day Five)

There was plenty to discuss after yesterday's action in Melbourne. Money and the weather continued to make the headlines, as did some excellent performances. Here are five talking points from an exhilarating fifth day in Australia. It's hot, hot, hot!  "The extreme hot policy should be re-evaluated!" That's according to the likes of French player... Continue Reading →


Australian Open 2018: Top 5 matches (Day Four)

Some big names were knocked out of the Australian Open on day four. Here are five matches that caused some of the biggest shockwaves and the best entertainment on a very hot Thursday. Bernarda Pera bt. Johanna Konta (6-4 7-5) Unseeded American Pera broke British hearts after knocking out ninth seed Konta in straight sets.... Continue Reading →


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