A New Second League? »

The management of the Football Federation in England proposed the founding of a new league, in which the Premier League Young Teams would be accepted. The competition is supposed to be put under League Two (the fourth league), and according to the plans, it will start in the 2016-2107 season. The commission ruled by Greg [...]

Luis Suarez, the Best Player in England »

Luis Suarez prepares for what could be one of the most important years of his life. Besides the road to World Cup, he had a great run with Liverpool, and he was chosen as the best player of the season in England, Sunday night, from the Association of Professional Players (PFA). Louis Suarez received the [...]

Comprehensive Coverage of Cheltenham 2013 Offered by Gambling-Guru.com »

The UK’s most famous national hunt meeting gets underway on Tuesday the 12th of March, as the top jumps racehorses in Europe compete for over £3 million in prize money in 27 races covering every national hunt format. A total of 12 grade 1 races will be run at the Cheltenham Festival 2013, including four [...]

Manchester City’s Courtney Meppen-Walter jailed for 16 months over careless driving deaths »

By Lauren Grice Manchester City player Courtney Meppen-Walter faces 16 months in jail after he was sentenced at Manchester Crown Court for causing two deaths by careless driving.

Sports Direct acquires Republic fashion chain
28 Feb
2013
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Sports Direct acquires Republic fashion chain »

By Laura Moulden Sports Direct has acquired the Republic chain of high-street fashion shops for an undisclosed amount.

Andy Murray upbeat following Australian Open final defeat »

By Laura Moulden Andy Murray took heart from playing “the best tennis of his life” after Novak Djokovic lifted the trophy in Melbourne for a third consecutive year.

Andy Murray beats Federer to make Australian Open final »

By Laura Moulden Andy Murray prepares to face Novak Djokovic in the final of the Australian Open after powering to a dramatic victory over Roger Federer in Friday’s semi-final (January 25th).

Grand National winner defends race following the death of two horses
17 Apr
2012
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Grand National winner defends race following the death of two horses »

Yesterday, John Hales the owner of Grand National winner Neptune Collonges has defended the sport following the tragic death of two horses.  Over the weekend the Cosford-based businessman celebrated his win after the 11-year-old grey beat Sunnyhillboy in one of the tightest finishes the Grand National has ever seen. However concerns over the safety of [...]

Comedian John Bishop ends week of hell raising £1.6m for Sport Relief
5 Mar
2012
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Comedian John Bishop ends week of hell raising £1.6m for Sport Relief »

Funnyman, John Bishop, has completed his ‘week of hell’ cycling, rowing and running 290 miles over just five days. In his struggle to complete his triathlon for Sport Relief, he endured crippling pains and was seen wearing kinesio tape, therapeutic tape that provides support and compression for injuries. As he reached the end point in [...]

GB Olympic hopeful suffers Achilles injury
27 Feb
2012
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GB Olympic hopeful suffers Achilles injury »

Just six months before world champion triathlete Alistair Brownlee is due to race in the Olympics, he has suffered an Achilles injury. However the 23-year-old is sure that this won’t hinder his gold medal ambitions for London 2012. Brownlee will be wearing a protective boot, an Aircast Walker, for the next month whilst his injury [...]

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