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Yorkshire: Breading Boxers

Yorkshire: Breading Boxers

By Jack Davis Boxing is in the media an awful lot recently as questions about the safety of the sport are being asked. This comes after the recent death of Scott Westgarth who tragically passed away on the 25th February 2018 at the age of 31. He sustained injuries following a 10-round light heavyweight bout during a Saturday night clash […]

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Why Fell Running is Booming in the UK

Why Fell Running is Booming in the UK

By Jack Davis Many people in the UK would not be able to tell you what fell running was if you asked them. Despite this over the past two years fell running has grown in popularity. Fell running is essentially running up and down hills and mountain sides, a very British sport that can be enjoyed by people of all […]

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Revitalised Adama Traore earns call up thanks to Pulis faith

Revitalised Adama Traore earns call up thanks to Pulis faith

By Thomas Reyer Boxing Day 2017 saw Middlesbrough FC appoint a new manager in Tony Pulis, following the departure of now Birmingham City manager, Garry Monk. Spanish winger Adama Traore sporadically played during Monk’s tenor. However, when he did, he would often produce a moment of magic and a woeful mis-judged error all within 30 seconds of each other. It […]

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From London, New York, Sweden to Grimsby. Who is Michael Jolley?

From London, New York, Sweden to Grimsby. Who is Michael Jolley?

By Harry Laughton The name Michael Jolley might not ring a bell to a casual football fan, but maybe it should. Grimsby Town’s most recent managerial addition came into football from an angle likely unknown to most. Jolley, 40, originates from Sheffield, the birth place of modern football. In a city dominated by two huge clubs in football, Sheffield united […]

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Tigers travel to St Andrew’s to face a lacklustre Birmingham side

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By Alex Thurston Hull could all but secure another season in the Championship this weekend, and this tie promises to be an interesting one at St Andrew’s, whatever the outcome, as The Tigers travel to Birmingham to take part in a real relegation scrap. With both sides struggling to get results so far this season, the Blues will be looking […]

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The Nature of Football: The struggle of Hull City

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By Alex Thurston Since being relegated from the Premier League under Marco Silva, Hull City have been struggling in the Championship since the campaign began in August. The Tigers were tipped by many for a quick return back to the Premier League after a single season, however things didn’t quite turn out like that. Although The Tigers managed an opening […]

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Chris Wilder: Is he one of Sheffield United’s greatest ever already?

Chris Wilder: Is he one of Sheffield United’s greatest ever already?

By Louis Hobbs Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder, may only be in his second year in charge at the South Yorkshire based club. However, in the eyes of many fans, due to his accomplishments he is already going down as one of the club’s legends. Wilder may have brought a fast-paced attacking style of football to Bramall Lane, that so […]

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Felix Magath: Fulham’s worst manager in history or doomed to fail?

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By Charles Jones Ask any Fulham fan who the worst manager in the club’s history is and 99% will say Felix Magath. Felix Magath took charge of Fulham on Valentines day in 2014 but his relationship with fans was anything but a loving one.   “The Cat” arrived in West London filling the entire fan base with optimism, a manager […]

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Stockton Town FC’s Historic Road to Wembley

Stockton Town FC’s Historic Road to Wembley

By Thomas Reyer It has been quite the season so far for Stockton Town Football Club. They began their campaign in quite disastrous fashion, losing nine games consecutively in their first nine league matches. However, fortunes have changed drastically for the Anchors recently. It was Saturday March 25 that saw the club book their place at the national stadium to […]

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ROVERS AT WEMBLEY: 10 YEARS ON

ROVERS AT WEMBLEY: 10 YEARS ON

By Alex Gibbings May 25 2008. A day that will live long in the memory for all connected with Doncaster Rovers. Almost 10 years ago, Rovers defied the odds and defeated the famous Leeds United at the new Wembley Stadium, sealing promotion to the second tier of English football for the first time in 50 years. Just 20 days earlier, […]

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