“If our boxer’s in too deep, we’ll pull him out” – a ringside view of success in British junior boxing

Anthony Joshua or Deontay Wilder? Veteran amateur boxing coach Bob Pearson shakes his head to indicate his lack of interest: “I don’t know.” He is dedicated to overseeing the junior boxers at Earlsfield ABC in South West London, which is run by Sid Khan, the older brother of London Mayor, Sadiq Khan. Pearson prefers grassroots development over championship fights. “Have you ever been to a junior boxing show?” Pearson enquires. “No,” I confess. http://gty.im/627843674 He

“If we beat Wycombe on Sunday, we can get anyone”: Zaki Oualah on Leatherhead’s FA Cup adventure

The FA Cup returns this weekend, and the tie of the second round sees Isthmian League Premier Division Leatherhead - the lowest ranked side left in the competition - go to Adams Park to face Wycombe Wanderers. Sports Gazette spoke to the Tanners goalkeeper Zaki Oualah ahead of their biggest

What makes a sports fan?

It is a well-known fact most sports professionals at the top of their game started the sport from the word go, but was their love for the sport drilled into them by a parent or friend? Or did their obsession come from something raw and unmovable within? Do people grow up

Is facing Nigeria again actually good news for Argentina?

When was the last time two nations faced each other for the first time at a FIFA World Cup? To find out, one certainly has to dig deep in the almanacs but those two nations don’t carry the name of Argentina and Nigeria. The encounter at the Krestovsky Stadiumin in Saint