Harry Tong reflects on the response from the sporting world in regards to the shooting of Jacob Blake.
Image Credit- Liverpool FC When Christian Pulisic skipped past Benjamin Mendy and slotted the ball into the Manchester City net on Thursday evening, anticipation in Liverpool, already palpable on the city’s streets, began to swell. […]
Image Credit- The Independent Over the past three months, rugby union has seen its greatest controversy unfold. In November last year, London based club Saracens were docked 35 points. Their crime, a consistent, deliberate breach […]
Image Credits: Reuters/Bernadett Szabo The concluding year of this fantastic sporting decade has undoubtedly been one of the most riveting, engrossing and eventful. We have been treated to three major sporting tournaments: the first (and […]
Popularity in the U.K was flourishing after an exhilarating Ashes series and glorious World Cup triumph. A new head coach, Chris Silverwood, was at the helm, ready to lead the team to success. Young talents Jofra Archer, Dom Sibley, and Ollie Pope were all included in the squad, poised to make their mark.
As yet another six month qualification process finally draws to a close, it is once again possible to hear the relieved, resounding sigh of football fans nationwide: the international break is over, and we are again free to consume our ceaseless buffet of Premier League, Champions League and FA Cup football ( Until the play-offs next March, that is).