As I’m sure plenty of you football fanatic’s already know, Neymar dos Santos Junior has moved to Paris Saint-Germain for a world record fee of £200 million. Not only has he smashed the transfer fee record, he also smashed the wages record and this must be seen as a mess. Neymar has moved from one […]
Manchester United have been underneath the nose of Neymar da Silva Santos Júnior because they are desperately keen to sign Barcelona’s highly gifted star. Rumours abound that the Red Devils are prepared to bid, hold your breath, £181 million for Neymar and if you’re like me you’ll think this to be a very silly over-the-top bid. […]
The recent Olympics headlines have been dominated by the debate on whether the Games should be cancelled because of the Zika virus. This virus is spread to people through the bite of an infected mosquito. Those affected are likely to experience a fever, rash, joint pain, and red eyes. The illness is usually mild and […]
Very soon two mascots will be household names across the world. Tom and Vimicus will be the face of the 2016 Olympics that get underway in Rio on August 5th. Vimicusa represents a mixture of all the Brazilian animals. We are told he was born out of the explosion of joy that happened when they […]
The enormous cake was made for the lucky citizens of Rio de Janeiro to celebrate its 450th anniversary as a city.
With Christmas fast approaching, houses all over the world are being lit up with bright lights, dazzling ornaments and Ho-Ho-Ho-ing Santa figurines
This Wednesday, Argentina and the Netherlands played out a dramatic penalty shootout to book their place in the twentieth FIFA World Cup final.
This year, Brazil 2014 has seen the emergence of Colombia’s James Rodriguez, who despite being eliminated last night has set the World Cup alight.
Take a look at Willoughton’s film report to see just how colourful and loud a carnival can be!
Between 17th June-17th July, the fifteenth FIFA World Cup was hosted in the USA as sport’s biggest competition continued to rotate between Europe and the Americas.