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2012 Korean Grand Prix Preview – Prancing Horse vs Red Bull

October 11, 2012 11:55 am0 comments
2012 Korean Grand Prix Preview – Prancing Horse vs Red Bull

Formula One is no place for the faint-hearted…less than a week after the flag fell on the Japanese Grand Prix we are racing once again at the Yeongam circuit in South Korea. Sebastian Vettel has an affinity with this circuit having dominated here in 2011, and will be hoping for […]

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Lewis Hamilton calls time on Mclaren career

September 30, 2012 1:07 pm0 comments
Lewis Hamilton calls time on Mclaren career

Britain’s Lewis Hamilton ended his fourteen year association with the Mclaren Formula One team today as he announced a new deal to drive for the Mercedes team next season. The 2008 World Champion faces six more races with the Woking-based squad before he turns his back on them and joins […]

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England after the Euros

September 13, 2012 2:37 pm0 comments
England after the Euros

You know, England weren’t actually THAT bad in the Euros. It’s no disgrace to go out in the quarters on penalties (again) against Italy. No disgrace at all. Not that Italy are that much better than England, they’re not – aside from Pirlo, de Rossi and possibly Balotelli, who gets […]

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Bread and Circuses

August 19, 2012 2:03 pm0 comments
Bread and Circuses

Nobody can deny our athletes’ achievements at the 2012 Olympics. Their hard work paid dividends in medals and prestige earned for themselves. They provided a canvas for us to emote all the highs and lows, heartaches and triumphs. For a little over two weeks, we could put aside our troubles, all the woes […]

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Are we putting too much pressure on our athletes these Olympic Games?

July 30, 2012 4:00 pm1 comment
Are we putting too much pressure on our athletes these Olympic Games?

The London 2012 Olympics were officially kicked off by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II last Friday after a spectacular Opening Ceremony featuring the Industrial Revolution, the Child Catcher,Great Ormond Street Hospital and the inventor of the World Wide Web. Following a parade finale of the 204 teams taking part in […]

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Aussie Rules – Last gasp Webber snatches Silverstone glory

July 8, 2012 7:28 pm0 comments
Aussie Rules – Last gasp Webber snatches Silverstone glory

Mark Webber put himself right back in contention for his maiden Formula One World Championship this afternoon with a last-gasp effort to wrest victory in the British Grand Prix from Ferrari hero Fernando Alonso. The Australian capitalised on a strategy mistake by the rival Ferrari team to close down Alonso […]

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England fired by the Azzurri after a failed Italian job.

June 26, 2012 11:10 am0 comments
England fired by the Azzurri after a failed Italian job.

England are out of Euro 2012, yet again beaten before a semi final stage and yet again beaten on penalties after being outplayed for the majority of the match. At first glance it seems same old England but there were many positives to take from the game, particularly in the opening […]

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Liverpool FC and Brendan Rodgers – Love At First Sight or Just A Quick Fling?

June 22, 2012 12:00 pm2 comments
Liverpool FC and Brendan Rodgers – Love At First Sight or Just A Quick Fling?

So after much speculation and bookies’ odds fluctuating more than my average weight around Christmas, Liverpool have finally decided to appoint Brendan Rodgers as their new manager. The immediate response from the Liverpool faithful when the news first came in was that of trepidation followed by, in most cases, an […]

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