The Winning Fix

There are many temptations for a modern day athlete which so easily turn heads; the lure of multi-million pound contracts and sponsorship deals or even the continuous opportunities to dip a toe into the corrupt way in which the sporting world is ran are both chronic problems, but none are more prevalent or influential than […]

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One World; One Game

Written by Amos Murphy A plane crash which brought anguish to all of football – how a team which very many had never heard of, are stapled into the thoughts of us all. Stunned by tragedy and silenced through despair; the world of football entered a mourning period this morning, as news broke out that […]

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Belgium: Another Failed Generation

Written By: Amos Murphy As the night fell on the Stade de Lyon, anticipation grew ahead of the tournaments first big heavyweight clash. A Belgian squad glittered with talent from all across Europe, paired against a subdued Italian team, lacking any sheer attacking quality and a shadow of their former illustrious figure in European football […]

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France: A Hotspot for Terrorism

By Amos Murphy  With nine attacks equating to over 150 dead and just under 400 injured in the last eighteen months; France, but in particular Paris has become a terrorism hotspot. With its easy access from mainland Europe added with the increasing number of refugees attempting to get to the UK through the country, France’s […]

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The Broadcasters Rights 

Written by: Amos Murphy Everything is scrutinised in modern football: players, managers, stadiums, kits and even die hard fans are all microscopically analysed. So how come the broadcasting companies which showcase these “unmissable spectacles” escape such criticism? How come they get away with putting on extremely deluded and biased shows? How come broadcasters like BT […]

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