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Murray Puts In Hard Work Ahead Of Tough Tests

British tennis star Andy Murray could add to the prestige of winning Wimbledon by becoming the nation’s most successful player over the few weeks. Murray is in training on a special hard court at the O2 Arena in London to...

Days are numbered for Jose Mourinho

Jose Mourinho is on the precipice having been charged with misconduct by the FA because of his behaviour and language in the latest Chelsea defeat at West Ham. Mourinho was sent to the stands at half time by referee Jon...

World Athletics Runs Into Doping Corruption Claims

World sport looks set to become mired in yet another alleged corruption scandal following the arrest of the former president of the International Athletics Associations Federations – the governing body of world athletics. Lamine Diack and close adviser Habib Cisse...

All Blacks Cruise To Showcase World Cup Win

The final whistle blew on the Rugby World Cup 2015 with a superb display by arguably the best international team to grace the field. The New Zealand All Blacks shattered the Australian Wallabies 34-17 at Twickenham in a marvellous and...

Tiger Burns Bright As World’s Leading Sport Brand

Golfer Tiger Woods may have faced some personal demons over recent years, but his name is still the world’s biggest sports brand, according to new research. Tiger Woods is recognisable the world over as a brand is worth £19.5 million,...

How The Special One Has Fallen From Football Grace

How quick the mighty can fall in the English Premier League is illustrated by Chelsea manager’s Jose Mourinho’s plunge from grace. There’s no doubt Mourinho, the self-styled special one, has an exceptional record as manager. Since 2002, he has taken the...

Rooney – the most divisive figure in football?

As Wayne Rooney prepares for another international break, and having just has his somewhat intimate documentary air in the UK, it seems clear the footballer remains perhaps the only figure in world football that divides opinion so widely. Of course...

Blatter ‘Provisionally Suspended’ As FIFA Head

The scandal embroiling Sepp Blatter, the head of world football’s governing body FIFA has taken a new turn with his ‘provisional’ suspension for 90 days. The will he stay or will he go saga has rumbled on for months after...

F1 Teams Name Driver Line Ups For 2016 Season

Formula 1 teams have settled their contracts with drivers for the 2016 season, with just four places to be confirmed. McLaren finally agreed terms with former world champion Jenson Button to see him line up on the grid alongside Fernando...

English Soccer Giants Risk Losing EUFA Bonus

English Premier League clubs risk losing a place in the Champions League next season if they fail to perform in this season’s competition. The Premier League is lauded as the best league in the world, but this is not supported...

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