Do you ever find yourself complaining that the referee needs glasses? Or that the manager doesn’t know what he’s doing? Well perhaps there’s something you could do about it.
For many tennis players-to-be, the path to success is about drowning yourself in the arts of the game as soon as you can crawl, toddle and grip a racket…Not so for Francesca Schiavone.
Tributes have been flooding in for Paul the Psychic Octopus who sadly passed away last night in a fish tank at the Oberhausen Sea Life Centre in Germany.
Giles Lucas reviews the latest Premier League action…
If Manchester City are serious about being title contenders then they need to stop losing so many games at home, and in particular stop losing at home to London’s big clubs: Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham.
Last night, around 30 ‘militant’ Manchester United fans decended on Wayne Rooney’s house to express their anger at his proposed move to Manchester City. Carrying a banner that read “Join City and you will die”, the group demanded Rooney come and talk to them. Understandably he didn’t.
If you’ve ever been to a football match, there’s a good chance you’ve taken part in some form of abusive chanting. I know I’ve called more than one ref a w***** and more than a few players something much much worse. But after watching this I might think twice.
A look ahead to UFC 121’s eagerly anticipated heavyweight title clash between Brock Lesnar and Cain Velasquez.
It was new England captain James Graham who spelt out the difference between this trip and the World Cup two years ago. “Then there was a lot of hype and expectation. This time nobody expects anything of us.”
To see a frailing Sir Alex Ferguson explain his spat with Wayne Rooney was almost enough to make you feel sorry for the Manchester United gaffer. Almost.
Despite Fergie’s advancing years and his protracted lament, the man from Govan remains the master tactician.
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