Despite Kevin Pietersen’s undoubted ability, Matt Appleby argues that the future of England’s talisman is anything but secure, and that the time has come for him to start justifying the praise and expectation.
As football continues to stumble from one scandal to another, James Herd speaks out against the greed and base morality in which the sport seems to find itself embroiled.
I have to remain objective and impartial with much of my published content. However, my personal blog allows me to nail my colours to the mast. Here, I visually remember some of the men that made the West Indies great, and hope that they might inspire the World Cup class of 2011.
For those who don’t know their bats from their balls, here is an A-Z to keep you on top of Cricket World Cup 2011
My preview of what should be an exciting, unpredictable, and open ICC Cricket World Cup 2011
A look ahead to a new season of Super League, this the sixteenth, which kicks off tomorrow with Millennium Magic in Cardiff.
My thoughts on a Red Letter day for Liverpool. However, this wasn’t about Torres, it was about proving the credentials of their rejuvenation under Kenny Dalglish against a supposed top side
An already breathtaking weekend of sport can only get better, with the drama of Super Bowl, and the small matter of Liverpool’s visit to Stamford Bridge just 5 days post Fernando Torres.
The Six Nations represents all of the intensity and rivalry that you would expect from the Home Nations and France, and carries even more significance in a World Cup year. I look ahead at this year’s tournament which commences tonight in Cardiff.
Who came out as the winners on an absurd transfer deadline day? I review the major deals and give my thoughts onto the potential impacts of yesterdays movements which would result in £ 225 million being spent by Premier League Clubs in this window.