Jules Rimet Still Gleaming? Shadows cast in spite of dazzling English performance

Sunday 11th July. The final. Students were out in droves clamouring for an England victory. Never before has an English side in our recent memory grown into a tournament bona fide and showed such tenacity in the face of tough opposing sides. After Luke Shaw’s opener in the second minute, hope that football was coming home swept across the nation. It was only after an equaliser in full-time and the inevitable defeat suffered at the hands of Italian penalties that England’s Euros 2020 hopes were crushed. The dream was all over. Or was it?

Rooting for Gay Rights

Image Credit [ARYSports.tv] England’s Test Team Captain has been praised for his bold reaction to homophobic comments. In recent years, sports stars have only been revealing their homosexuality after they have retired. Perhaps the most […]

Alan Wynning Jones

Image Credit [BBC] Eddie Jones was probably the only Jones in Cardiff unhappy with the 21-13 win to Wales in Round 3 of the the Six Nations. Touted by many as the “Grand Slam decider”, […]