Sport trumps hate

United States President Donald Trump made headlines in the sports world by attacking NFL and NBA stars this past weekend. Both organizations and more fired back and made a statement to the president. United States President Donald Trump has entered a new stage of public debate controversy after this past

Shakhtar’s Fonseca talks Premier League, Srna and codfish

Before his side's Champions League clash with Manchester City, Shakhtar boss Paulo Fonseca took the time to sit down with Sports Gazette's Ena Bilobrk for a chat about all things football. “My English is not so good, but I will try”, meekly admits Paulo Fonseca, Portuguese manager of Ukrainian champion Shakhtar

The closest shave: How Buenos Aires almost halted the Afghanistan fairytale

In January 2009, Argentina hosted the ICC World Cricket League Division Three tournament. They were joined by Hong Kong, Papua New Guinea, the Cayman Islands, Uganda and, fresh from promotion from Division Four, a plucky Afghanistan side, defying civil unrest and everyday danger. However, another promotion followed and, eight years

‘From Dortmund With Love’ – A True Footballing Romance

Dortmund fans are often referred to as the best fans in the world, but what makes them so special, and why do they follow their club with such passion? Matt Horsman went undercover to find out. On Wednesday night, I was fortunate enough to tick off two sizeable items on my

Just how necessary was the Laver Cup?

The lavishly staged Laver Cup premiered this weekend in the O2 Arena in Prague. Team Europe beat Team World in a dull series of matches over three days, only to enhance the oh-so elite dominance of European male tennis players. The only highlight was the double debut of tennis alpha-males

Andre Ward retires – An example of when talent is not enough

Upon his retirement aged only 33 this week, Andre Ward now represents an example of the notion that unmatched talent is sometimes not enough to force one’s way into the minds of observers as a memorable sporting hero, remembered fondly by a great number. What his career lacked, for the most