Monthly Archives: July 2012

Dear sponsors, sit where you like

“Inspire a generation” and “The greatest tickets on Earth” are mottos with whom we’ve become familiar since last Friday, when the Olympic extravaganza began.

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Everton’s loss is MLS’ gain

Amid all the Olympic frenzy that has grasped Britain and that will undoubtedly continue to escalate over the next few weeks, some of the deals in the transfer window have gone surprisingly unnoticed.

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A men’s game? Not at the Olympics

Every athlete in the world would tell you that the Olympics are the pinnacle of their careers, the zenith of their sporting lives, as they earn the chance of representing their countries in front of the biggest global audience bar … Read more…

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Tottenham, Liverpool, Arsenal – battles are raging on all fronts, but who will win the war??

Football’s a funny old game, there is no other sport in the world that can have so much drama, so many highs and lows, and be such an emotional roller coaster. It’s not just on the pitch either…as silly season … Read more…

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Revealed: The Truth about West Ham United new boy Modibo Maiga!

It is not often West Ham sign a player that leave fans scratching their heads thinking ‘who?’ or ‘never eard of him’…my mistake, it is pretty common practice at Upton Park (Marco Boogers anyone?). The arrival of Sam Allardyce will … Read more…

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Vive le PSG! France first, Europe next

Money, we are often told, can’t buy happiness.

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