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Stuff the suits

March 24, 2015
Platini

There comes a time in the evolution of every life where the shorts must go into the wardrobe on all but private occasions and the suit evolves from something to wear to weddings and funerals into the outfit for all seasons, which is nice, really. Few men look bad in a well-cut suit regardless of their age, or at least as bad as they would look in alternative garb, but […]

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Six Nations: all crunch, no sugar

March 20, 2015
ParisseAlMassie

The most Super of all Saturdays is almost upon us in the RBS Six Nations, and the immediate sentiment from a number of fans seems to be that they’ve gone a bit wrong with the title and maybe three games is too many for one day. If we were talking about a situation where the games needed to kick off at the same time due to pesky cheating people playing […]

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Six Nations 2015: England v Scotland

March 13, 2015
northtackeerase

With three games gone and much of the Six Nations already behind us there is a degree of ‘things didn’t ought to be this way’ for both of these teams prior to kick-off in the 120th Calcutta Cup match, and right off that bat that should make things a bit more appealing to the neutral. What might have looked a hopeless situation for the Scots will now seem a tiny […]

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Six Nations 2015: Wales v Ireland

March 13, 2015
SextonMetroFearlessFred

With all due respect to the Scottish, who are Ireland’s fifth and final opponent in the 2015 Six Nations Championship, most interested observers are calling this as the pivotal weekend in the title race. If defending champions Ireland can take the win in Cardiff it will not only put Wales out of the hunt for good, but it would essentially leave England needing a miracle north of the border combined […]

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Sergio Parisse: superhuman

March 1, 2015
ParisseAlMassie

For people of a certain vintage, the day Sir Alex Ferguson finally left his position as manager of Manchester United was a strange one, almost akin to losing a family member. Admittedly not everybody loved what Sir Alex had done to English football and some Liverpool fans must have felt like miners waving goodbye to Mrs Thatcher, but his presence and brilliance were undeniable and he left a hole in […]

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Six Nations 2015: Crunchy goodness

February 27, 2015
aviva

Prior to the start of the Six Nations the prevailing thought was that Ireland were probably favourites to win the competition and that Wales might be worth a look, as it’d be long enough between games for people to forget what kind of a coach Warren Gatland is I suppose, and the former has definitely been proven an astute bit of prediction, if not the most inspired. With the men […]

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