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So after the first proper test of the MotoGp season are we any closer to knowing who will be doing what during this season?
Well yes, its pretty damn obvious Honda are super fast, Pedrosa and Stoner looking immense (especially when you consider Stoner has not had long to get used to his new [...]
If the Championship reshuffle takes the course that has been mooted this week, the Northern Rail Cup will not be around in its current format – as an essentially pre-season competition – for very much longer.
The feeling is that clubs should start by going straight into league matches, with the Cup to be slotted in [...]
Bristol Rovers v Milton Keynes Dons
Lay under 1.5 goals at 3.4 to one
Bristol Rovers are fresh from a 6-1 thrashing by fellow League One strugglers Walsall. Tonight they meet promotion chasing Milton Keynes Dons, who are in the play-off places despite having conceded more goals away from home (27) than anyone [...]
I have always believed that if you gave a football club £5 they would spend it… likewise £500, £5000, £5m or even £5bn.
Often the players are of the same ilk. The difference from when Trevor Francis became the first million pound footballer over 30 years ago is that the agents are very influential today and [...]
There are few days in a year like transfer deadline day. It is a time when the rich men of the world who run football clubs decide to show off just how ridiculously well off they are, and last night was no exception.
After having returned from a pleasant dinner at 2300, incidentally the time when [...]
Nick Cave’s Grinderman have a new single out on 14 March, the third to come from their well-received 2010 LP, Grinderman 2, Palaces of Montezuma.
The digital and vinyl formats of the single – called “Palaces of Montezuma” – come with a new mix of the track along with the original album version. There’s also a cover [...]
The first chapter to Rab Fulton’s novel ‘Marcus Marcus and the Hurting Heart’, a ghostly murder mystery set in the distant future. Inspired by Sophocles – with a nod to Erle Stanley Gardner and Douglas Adams – it is a tale of treachery and blood…We’ll be posting each chapter of his new novel on the Independent
Grateful to Benedict Brogan, deputy editor of The Daily Telegraph, for publicising the Ban Blair Baiting petition, and for attributing its inauguration to me. In fact, that accolade belongs to Stan Rosenthal, who also placed a half-page advert for the campaign in the New Statesman this week.
Brogan notes that the latest Iraq Inquiry hearings have [...]
It’s worth taking a long, cool look at the Bank of England’s latest numbers, which are comprehensive, and are especially awful for a couple of reasons.
Mixing bluegrass with Irish emigration tunes, Cajun music with Gaelic folk and gospel songs with Celtic pipes could be a recipe for screeching, wailing and warbling. But in the hands of the fifteen pre-eminent musicians at last night’s Transatlantic Sessions in London, the result was a dense tapestry of sound, sentiment and roots.
A shining jewel [...]
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