Articles by: Rajahruncorn
Freelance Sports writer covering broad sporting debates and current affairs

Corruption Rife in Snooker?

October 14, 2012 4:09 pm0 comments
Corruption Rife in Snooker?

  It’s been two years since John Higgins was cleared of allegations made by News of The World regarding match-fixing. The incident shocked snooker fans around the world but was greeted by a customary silence amongst the players and close members of the snooker community until now, as Joe Jogia […]

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Premier league top spenders as Deadline day delivers another dosage of drama

September 8, 2012 1:15 pm0 comments
Premier league top spenders as Deadline day delivers another dosage of drama

Deadline day has typically been a day of madness for managers as they roll the dice for the final time, frantically making calls to make those last minute adjustments to their squad. With the injection of foreign investment and the development of their market credentials, the premier league has become […]

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Can Reading FC avoid the drop?

September 4, 2012 6:00 pm0 comments
Can Reading FC avoid the drop?

Most pundits have anticipated just a one season return to the premier league for Reading FC. One of those pundits is the much-loathed,  semi-professional dancer, Robbie Savage who has been invading our TV screens far too much recently.  Why the BBC have given him so much exposure is beyond me […]

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Robson knocks Clijsters into retirement

September 3, 2012 1:00 pm0 comments
Robson knocks Clijsters into retirement

Laura Robson produced a remarkable performance last night as she blitzed past former world number one, Kim Clijsters in straight sets, sending her into a hapless retirement. Clijsters had openly said that she wanted to win a fifth major title before going into retirement but it was not to be, […]

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