If there is one thing we’ve learned about Tyson Fury “the Gypsy King” over the past few years, it’s that he is a man of his word. In 2015 when Fury took on reigning unified […]
A 5-1 defeat to Manchester City in late October looked to have heralded the end of Atalanta’s Champions League debut season. Following the loss in Manchester their group stage record read: played three and lost […]
Long have football press and fandom debated over the “best way” to play the beautiful game, without arriving to any conclusion. The answer most people seem to accept is that each manager usually has their […]
When Matt Welch took over as President of Leeds University Men’s Football Club in the summer of 2019, he, amongst others, would not have believed that THREE out of the four teams, would win promotion.
Last week England announced their 16-man Test squad to face Sri Lanka in a two match series as part of the ICC Test Championship. It commences on the 19th March in Galle, after which the teams will travel south to Colombo for the second game starting on the 27th March.
Image credit- Team GB Snowboarding emerged in the 1960s, and became an Olympic discipline in 1998. As opposed to winter sports such as skiing, snowboarding gives the athletes freedom to be more creative, as freestyle […]
Image Credit- Itv To say that the past few years have been eventual for Leeds’ very own Josh Warrington would be an understatement. In 2018 the featherweight fighter and University of Leeds alumni defeated Lee […]
Image Credit: UEFA.com Manchester City this week were banned from all UEFA competitions and fined £25million for a range of charges levelled at them by European football’s top governing body. Uefa found Manchester City to […]
Image Credit- CBS Sports Fury and Wilder return to the ring this Saturday, for what promises to be a tantalising fight. On 1st December 2018, at the Staples Centre L.A, the boxing world enjoyed one […]
The whole case of Folau is quite symbolic of LGBT in sport, many institutions, teams and players actively showing their support and vehemently expressing their displeasure at those exhibiting homophobic comments; meanwhile, a minority continue to show lack of awareness or acceptance.
Many Premier League fans will know of Ighalo’s name from his fruitful spell with Watford, with 39 goals in 99 appearances for The Hornets. None, however, would’ve expected the Nigerian striker to return by signing for such an illustrious club as Manchester United. It is apparently a ‘dream move’ for the Nigerian, who swaps China for Old Trafford on a loan deal.
Image Credit- The Mirror The lack of openly gay players in professional football is an issue that cannot be explained by one single factor. It’s a subject raising many questions not only about the sport […]