Okay, I know that the “Powers-to-Be” would put it down entirely to not wanting to run up against the three-day Gorge-uh-Thon of this year’s NFL Draft, but isn’t it somewhat ironic that upon the day that should have solely been reserved for Jason Collins news about being Gay, instead the National Basketball Association decided to […]
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By now we’ve all heard the countless details over the extremely unfortunate deaths of Kasandra Perkins and Kansas City chiefs Linebacker Jovan Belcher, leaving the couples three month old daughter parentless…
And as I wrote earlier this year, when I was momentarily shocked over Junior Seau’s suicide, I pondered the obvious - which many people in […]
November 14th, 2012 · No Comments
This season’s Champions League group stage has produced some memorable games including a number of surprises, none more so than Celtic’s deserved 2-1 victory over Barcelona and BATE’s 3-1 win over last season’s beaten finalists Bayern Munich.
But which team will lift the trophy on 25th May at Wembley Stadium in London?
Chelsea – The Londoners won […]
October 30th, 2012 · No Comments
There’s a train of thought that Manchester United’s controversial victory at Chelsea last Sunday has put Sir Alex Ferguson’s men in the driving seat to regain the Premier League title.
It may seem premature with over six months of the season to go to suggest that, but put the result into some context and it’s clear […]
August 15th, 2012 · No Comments
While Real Madrid claim the most Champions League/European Cup trophies (9), it is AC Milan who have the bragging rights when it comes to the club side with the most international trophies (18). This trophy haul also includes seven Champions League/European Cup victories. While a little way behind, Liverpool can also boast an impressive […]