Monthly Archives: March 2013

The highs and lows of a January transfer window

The January transfer window. What a load of rubbish. It’s a month of frantic deals between clubs that often don’t really need any new players. Extraordinary amounts of money changes hands, inflating a footballer’s market value artificially and inflating their … Continue reading

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Best of the Week: 18th to 24th March 2013

Forty sports worth of action this week in Britain and further afield as several seasons really got under way. Yet, whilst rowing and shooting enjoyed their first World Cup meetings of the year, the year was coming to a close … Continue reading

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Did Lewis Hamilton deserve to be on the podium in Malaysia?

Amongst all the controversy between Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber after the Malaysian Grand Prix, little attention was paid towards the huge contrast with their Mercedes rivals, Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg. Team orders were back on the agenda for … Continue reading

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Ian Poulter rises up but Justin Rose still in charge of the Arnold Palmer Invitational – just

Justin Rose let his lead slip at the halfway stage of the Arnold Palmer Invitational as a late bogey caused him to fall level to American Bill Haas. The English number two (and British number three) was the overnight leader … Continue reading

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Mark Cavendish and Omega Pharma-Quick Step are the perfect fit

Mark Cavendish’s decision to ride for Omega Pharma-Quick Step after spending 2012 at Sky Procycling appears to be the best one of his life. Joining the Belgian outfit on a three year contract, the Manx rider is already enjoying one … Continue reading

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World Cup 2014: Scotland V Gareth Bale?

There seems to be an almost-universal agreement that Wales’ Gareth Bale is going to be the deciding factor in Friday’s “Battle of Britain”, but is it right to pin an entire country’s hopes on one in-form midfielder? The situation’s instantly … Continue reading

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Is Phil Taylor in trouble?

I know, it’s a ridiculous question. Phil “The Power” Taylor is the current Premier League Darts champion and has won it on six out of the eight occasions. He’s recently been crowned World Champion yet again and 2012 was another … Continue reading

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