The Football Lawyer: The career of a Premier League footballer is similar to that of a City professional
In football, where money talks, there are few pronouncements louder than the salary of a Premier League player.
One man’s pursuit of cricketing nerd nirvana: an all-time XI made up of a player from each decade 1910-2010.
The World Cup is all well and good, but James Moore can’t wait for the arrival of new chairs for his local wheelchair basketball club
Disabled? You should become a paralympian! James Moore discusses the attitude of many in the wake of London’s Paralympics – and what it can mean for a disabled individual
Gareth Purnell takes a look at the outright prices in the World Cup betting market with a touch of value in mind
The Football Lawyer: Brazil, Qatar, Manchester City and FFP – some legal homework for the summer months
The World Cup is on its way, and soon some of the planet’s best players will be in a very tempting and wholly global shop window.
The impact of a serious accident goes beyond the physical as James Moore has discovered. But taking up a sport has helped with a few of those demons.
Only four sides have drawn more Championship games than Brighton this season and a stalemate looks a live runner in tonight’s first leg play-off tie against Derby County.
It all points to goals in the Champions League semi-final clash between real Madrid and Bayern Munich, but even though the bookies are well aware of this there are still chances to profit
James Moore will chronicle his experiences in wheelchair basketball, highlight any events of note (world/UK championships and the like), and cover some of the big issues facing disability sports
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