Blog

Oct 13, 2015
#WeAreParma

My first memories following overseas football in Greece were reading the results on Monday’s papers while hiding them in between my study books, and watching brief highlights on the...

Read more
Oct 06, 2015
Women’s Football is on a Winning Run

The summer of 2015 was a fantastic period for women’s football, with the FIFA Women’s World Cup, in Canada propelling the sport to new heights. Now, with the SSE...

Read more
Sep 28, 2015
The soul of football

Too often, the story of modern football is about overpaid players, flamboyant chairmen, huge TV deals and sky-high ticket prices. And in world of football business, we are immersed...

Read more
Sep 15, 2015
I’m not feeling Rugby World Cup fever

With just a few days to go until the Rugby World Cup kicks off, I’m yet to be swept up in World Cup fever. Maybe it’s just me, but...

Read more
Sep 08, 2015
TRANSFER WINDOW BLOG

Summertime is supposed to be somewhat of a drought for most football fans. Despite the brief bi-annual distraction of a major international tournament, the footballing landscape for a period...

Read more
Aug 24, 2015
The Decline of Formula 1

The 2014 Formula 1 season was dominated by an intriguing intra-team battle. For the entirety of the season, teammates Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg were locked in a two-way...

Read more
Aug 18, 2015
Carl Frampton & Scott Quigg

Before the flurry IBF championship activity on Saturday the 18th of July, it was fair to assume that Carl Frampton was be the firm favourite in any future fight...

Read more
Aug 03, 2015
Premier League Marketability

In February 2015, the Barclays Premier League signed a monumental £5.14 billion TV deal with SkySports and BT Sport for the right to broadcast live Premier League matches on...

Read more
Jul 27, 2015
The Importance Of Mavericks

England’s performance in the 2nd Ashes Test at Lord’s was dismal make no mistake about it. The optimism radiating from the surprise 4-day defeat of Australia in the 1st...

Read more
Jul 24, 2015
Sainsbury’s Anniversary Games / Olympic Legacy Blog

Commencing on the 24th of July, and running for 3 days until the 26th, the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park will again host some of the Britain’s, and indeed the...

Read more