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Exclusive Interview: Chasing Down KO’s with Drew McFedries

April 9, 2015 9:00 am0 comments
Exclusive Interview: Chasing Down KO’s with Drew McFedries

I was looking through the archive on my laptop last night (as we were snowed in) and found this gem that I never published from a few years back. There are a few more like this that I’m editting up to post as well. Look for them. When I asked […]

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The Biggest Prize Funds in Professional Sport

March 13, 2015 8:26 pm0 comments
The Biggest Prize Funds in Professional Sport

“Money makes the world go round” is a statement which is becoming as true in sport as it is in business. In recent weeks we’ve heard news that Floyd Mayweather will finally face Manny Pacquiao, not for honour, or to unify the boxing belts, nor to provide the boxing world […]

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How to Stay Motivated While Exercising

March 9, 2015 6:22 pm1 comment
How to Stay Motivated While Exercising

It’s easy to start a new fitness regime; the tricky thing is actually sticking to it. If you’ve had trouble maintaining your motivation to exercise in the past, take a look at the following simple but effective suggestions.   Give your body a boost Bear in mind that exercise alone […]

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The Big Team Report (TBTR): Barclays Premier League Week 21

March 1, 2015 9:00 am0 comments
The Big Team Report (TBTR): Barclays Premier League Week 21

Arsenal : Alexis Sanchez was once again the man for Arsenal as he scored 2 goals and set up another one for Laurent Koscielny as the Gunners defeated Stoke City by 3-0 at the Emirates Stadium. The win moves Wenger’s men to 5th place, just a point off 4th place Manchester United. Chelsea: Oscar was the man for The Blues as he scored one goal and then set […]

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Gambling is a Pandora’s Box

February 19, 2015 4:31 pm0 comments
Gambling is a Pandora’s Box

I’d placed another bet…there was a time when I was quite cock sure about this, I understood football and rugby and could analyse data and form effectively enough to do okay, and even planned to have my own Casino Platform such as Slotocash casino which has been dominating the online […]

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Australian Open 2015 Preview: What Is The State Of The Women’s Game?

January 19, 2015 3:14 pm0 comments
Australian Open 2015 Preview: What Is The State Of The Women’s Game?

The Usual Suspects Whilst the men’s game might have the Big Four, the women’s game has enjoyed a more varied list of champions in the past few years. But it’s fair to say that if you had to pick players who would be considered comparable to the Big Four, eighteen-time […]

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Australian Open 2015 Preview: What Is The State Of The Men’s Game?

January 15, 2015 4:09 pm0 comments
Australian Open 2015 Preview: What Is The State Of The Men’s Game?

The Australian Open. The first Grand Slam of the season and the more definitive start of the tennis season. There’s no real form to judge each player on prior to this Grand Slam, only minute indicators via one or two tournaments in very early January. Consequently, one of the Australian […]

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The Big Team Report (TBTR): Barclays Premier League Week 16

December 17, 2014 12:10 pm0 comments
The Big Team Report (TBTR): Barclays Premier League Week 16

Arsenal : Olivier Giroud and Santi Cazorla both scored 2 goals as The Gunners defeated ‘Giant Killers’ Newcastle United by 4-1 at the Emirates Stadium. Arsenal sits in 6th place, 2 points behind 4th placed West Ham United.   Chelsea: The Blues got back to their 2-0 habits as they overcame Hull City at Stamford Bridge on Saturday. Eden Hazard was once again the ‘Man’ as he first powered a header past Allan McGregor and […]

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