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Feb 12, 2019
English Football Needs a Winter Break. Here’s How It Should Be Done.

Calls for the introduction of a Winter break within the English football calendar are nothing new. The Bundesliga enjoys around 30 days off, in France its 24 days, whilst Spain and Italy each have over 2 weeks. As the argument goes, the players from these leagues will perform better in the latter stages of European…

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Feb 07, 2019
UFC 234: Whittaker v Gastelum

On February 10th, Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne, Australia will host UFC 234. The headline fight will be between UFC Middleweight Champion Robert Whittaker and Kelvin Gastelum. The Co-Main event is also a notable match-up, as one of the most entertaining, in-form fighters in the world, Israel Adesanya, takes on Anderson Silva, arguably the best…

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Feb 05, 2019
Super Bowl 53 – An underrated game

What a game Super Bowl 53 was! For the past five years we have been treated to offensive battles in the Super Bowl and finally we get a defensive masterpiece by both teams. With all the hype surrounding the youngest coach in the history of the Super Bowl and offensive genius Sean McVay, the final…

American Football
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Jan 31, 2019
Super Bowl LIII – Out with the old?

A couple of different calls during the AFC & NFC Championships games could have given us a completely different Super Bowl match-up, as both the Patriots and the Rams had to battle through overtime to get to this point. This sets up no clear favourite to lift the Vince Lombardi trophy, although the Patriots have…

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Jan 16, 2019
Early Birds: who’ll stun at the Cheltenham Festival Trials?

From now until March, every horse-racing enthusiast will be on the lookout for the next showstopper horse to take the Cheltenham Festival by storm, and with six races running on the last Saturday in January, the Cheltenham Festival Trials are the event to watch if you’re thinking of watching the Cheltenham Festival in March. More…

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Jan 16, 2019
Who are our favourites for the Ascot Clarence House Steeplechase?

It’s that time of year again: the first Grade I race of the season charges towards the finish line with the Clarence House Chase. Set to show off the current best-of-the-best racers dominating the horse racing world, competition for the race is high, with former winners tangling with new favourites for a spectacle that promises…

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Jan 16, 2019
Chelsea vs Arsenal – A Season Definer

Half of this season’s Premier League’s story has been told, and the title battle remains firmly a two-horse race, but there is significant intrigue in positions 3-6 that could produce a dark horse contender if the stars align and either Liverpool or Manchester City falter.   Two teams with contention aspirations face each other this…

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Jan 11, 2019
Adrien Broner vs Manny Pacquiao: will the Problem be a problem for Pac Man?

Whether you love him or hate him, Manny Pacquiao is boxing royalty, and his bout with four weight-class fighter Adrien Broner is set to set televisions ablaze this weekend, with both boxing legends gunning for blood and glory on the 19th of January. Pacquiao and Broner are both no strangers to controversy, and their match…

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May 18, 2018
A Footballer’s Paradise

Mr Green was completely mesmerized by the stunning vistas as the longboat softly glided through the emerald water that was punctured by spectacular sea stacks. Savouring every second of his Thailand adventure, something in the far distance suddenly caught Mr Green’s eye. He grabbed his adventure kit and pulled out his binoculars and as clear…