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Neville feels the heat

FORMER Manchester United icon Gary Neville is hanging on to his job as Valencia manager after his team were thumped 7-0 by Barcelona in a massacre described by the club sporting director as “one of the worst in our history.” The media descended on the Englishman, who is also assistant…

Amir Khan to face Canelo Alvarez in middleweight clash

A SURPRISE announcement has confirmed that former two-time world champion Amir Khan will face popular Mexican star Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez for the latter’s WBC middleweight title in Las Vegas on May 7. The British Olympian will be stepping up from welterweight where he has recently campaigned as he continues his…

Louis van Gaal can breathe a sigh of relief as Pep Guardiola joins Manchester City

HAVING indicated that he was looking to take over the management of a Premier League club, it was obvious that there would be a few candidates for former Barcelona coach Pep Guardiola and it wasn't so much a matter of if, but when and where. The winners were Manchester City…

Spain misses out on qualifying for Rio Olympics Handball tournament

ALTHOUGH not the most glamorous or popular sport in the world, more than 15,000 fans turned up in Krakow to see the men’s finals of the European Handball Championship between Germany and Spain on January 31 where the winner would automatically qualify for Rio 2016. During this spirited match, the…

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Australian open disappointment for Andy Murray but brother stays the course

In the words of the song by Meatloaf, ‘Two out of Three ain’t bad’ and that was the result for Britain (and Scotland) at the Australian Open with two grand slam wins and a runner up. Gordon Reid of Scotland won his first grand slam singles title on January 30…

Brexit would badly impact Premier League says Baroness

IF the British public elects to leave the European Union in the upcoming ‘Brexit’ referendum, the Premier League could suffer according to Tory peer and vice-chairperson of West Ham United, Karren Brady. The Baroness, known as the ‘first lady of football’, issued written warning to club chairmen arguing that “cutting…

Special team of stateless athletes to participate in the Rio Olympics

THE HEAD of the International Olympic Committee Thomas Bach revealed on January 28 whilst visiting a refugee camp in Greece that a team of refugees of different nationalities would be invited to participate in the Rio Olympic Games "The IOC has decided to invite the highest-qualified refugee athletes to the…

Neymar Jr targets spell in USA, admires Guardiola

FC Barcelona superstar Neymar Jr said one day he would like to play in the United States and that Pep Guardiola was the manager he’d like to work with. The Brazil striker, currently part of a dazzling Nou Camp strikeforce with Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez, was speaking as part…

What’s wrong with British tennis?

SURGING into the semi-finals Andy Murray and Johanna Konta have ensured British tennis is represented in the last four of both the men’s and women’s competition of a major tournament for the first time since 1977. It’s a highly unusual story of success in the sport which will surely have…

Djokovic sets up Federer show-down

DEFENDING champion Novak Djokovic made a powerful statement to Australian Open contenders in a straight-sets thrashing of seventh seed Kei Nishikori to set up an exciting semi-final with Swiss legend Roger Federer. The Serbian world No1 took advantage of his Japanese foe’s error-strewn performance and romped to an easy 6-3,…

Sebastien Ogier seals Monte Carlo hat-trick

Sebastien Ogier achieved a childhood ambition by winning Rallye Monte-Carlo for a third consecutive season on Sunday. The Frenchman joined an exclusive club of drivers to have won the legendary event, the opening round of the 2016 FIA World Rally Championship, three times in a row. Only Sandro Munari, Walter…

Unusual betting patterns arouse suspicion at Australian Open

AN OBSCURE match-up at the Australian Open attracted such large sum of money in wagers that betting firm Pinnacle Sports suspended betting on the January 24 doubles game. Czech and Polish duo Andrea Hlavackova and Lukasz Kubot destroyed the Spanish team of Lara Arruabarrena and David Marrero 6-0, 6-3, after…
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