With the Six Nations competition over, England fans are left wondering about their team’s chances in this autumn’s Rugby World Cup (RWC). At times, like in the second half against Wales and for long periods of the game against France, England had the look of world champions but at other times they fell a long […]
Last night at the Holiday Inn on Lincoln’s Brayford Wharf, a lucky seventy people shared the same room as Arsenal legend Paul Merson.
With the 2015 World Cup coming into their sights, England netball team enjoyed an encouraging victory over Malawi, at the London’s Copperbox Arena. Shooters Jo Harten and Rachel Dunn alongside Tasmin Greenway scored over half the goals. Mid way, the scores were 35 – 19 to England. Malawi are an impressive fifth in the […]
rom dances, to slides, to gestures to pop star imitations, football has seen it all from the brilliant, to the ugly to the laughable. Here’s a selection of football’s greatest ever celebrations.
Goalkeepers are always under huge pressure; after all it’s in their hands to be the villain or the hero, to put their body on the line to stop a fast moving sphere flying past them and between two posts. When you think about it, who would want to be a goalkeeper?
On Sunday 13th July, in a humid Rio de Janeiro, the famous Estadio Maracana was host to 74,738 lucky fans who witnessed Germany vs Argentina in the 20th World Cup Final.
FIFA 2014 proved one of the greatest ever World Cups, with stars glimmering, goals galore, shocks, mistakes, jubilant fans, emotion and raw passion in abundance.
This Wednesday, Argentina and the Netherlands played out a dramatic penalty shootout to book their place in the twentieth FIFA World Cup final.
Between 11th June-11th July the nineteenth FIFA World Cup took place in South Africa, in the first ever tournament to be held in Africa.
Between 9th June-9th July, the eighteenth FIFA World Cup was held in Germany in the last European tournament for another twelve years.