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England v Slovenia preview

November 14, 2014

One of the criticisms that is often levelled at the national team in England is the disparity between the simple way we’ve qualified for recent tournaments and our simply awful performances once we get there, which possibly comes up as a result of the fans being slightly deluded as to the overall quality in the squad. It might be tough for that quality to tell on what is going to […]

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The Sound and the Fury

September 23, 2014

The world of celebrity can be an amusing and sometimes baffling place, where people famous for nothing more than their appearance or sometimes just their associations are often exposed by their own hand, but there is a stranger world than that in the cracks between the notorious, and the rest of us. While the truly famous live in an odd, not entirely nutritious world of self-reverence mixed with self-loathing the […]

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Six Nations finale

March 14, 2014
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Ashes: Time to burn

December 7, 2013

As a fan of English cricket you learn not to ever be too brash, bold or boisterous in your celebrations and predictions, as the next disappointment is never far off and the old adage about being nice on the way up most definitely applies, but I don’t think many were expecting quite such a painful demolition in the winter Ashes series. So far Australia have taken apart the English side […]

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How to support your team. . .

November 29, 2012

Even without any sort of virtual soapbox or moral high ground it would not be a challenging task to write once more about football fans in damning and negative terms in a week where West Ham have been forced into an apology to Spurs and the Chelsea ‘faithful’ decided to boo a manager with two La Liga titles and a Champions League win under his belt before a ball had […]

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Wales v New Zealand: Warren’s Return

November 22, 2012

Welsh rugby has never been the most stable, but when Warren Gatland turns his back for five minutes and Wales lose five games in a row you do get the impression the Kiwi is either a coach of such rare class and quality that he can turn mud into gold, or that his assistant Rob Howley is capable of reversing such a procedure. I’m sure Gatland always planned to return […]

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