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Joe Kinnear confirmed as Newcastle director of football – and as Chelsea’s new chairman, Gareth Bale’s replacement…

Look out, the clowns are coming. The 2013/14 English Premier League season was always looking like being an entertaining one when it comes to press conferences, with the continuation of Paolo Di Canio at Sunderland, the return of Jose Mourinho … Continue reading

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Best of the Week – 13th to 19th May 2013

It should have been a week filled with amazing performances and huge results. It’s the end of the English Premier League, the Premier League Darts and we saw the World Table Tennis Championships, but there hasn’t been much to cheer … Continue reading

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David Beckham matured with age and bows out at the top

In a certain air of inevitability, David Beckham today announced his retirement from football at the age of 38. About time? The former England captain is the only Englishman to have lifted titles in four different countries – England, Spain, … Continue reading

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Results 15/5/13 – Chelsea win the Europa League final

Yes, it isn’t quite the same achievement but Chelsea have followed on from 2012’s Champions League win by claiming the Europa League title, beating Benfica 2-1. Extra time and penalties weren’t necessary this time, but it went close. With the … Continue reading

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Is Ronnie O’Sullivan really winning his battle with snooker and himself?

In an interview shortly after his masterclass against Stuart Bingham, Ronnie O’Sullivan surprised nobody when he announced that he was done with snooker. No, definitely this time. Absolutely no coming back. Probably. OK, I’m skint. Before we get going, this … Continue reading

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Results 17/4/13 – Charlotte Kerwood tops shooting qualification, but falls short in Al Ain

It’s Wednesday! Or, at least it was yesterday. That means some competitions are just kicking off and others are getting into the real nitty gritty. Andy Murray started in Monte-Carlo, Ben Ainslie took to the waves once more Sir Bradley … Continue reading

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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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