Reading 2 – 1 Brentford Yakou Meite scored twice in the opening fifteen minutes at the Madejski to move Reading four points clear of the Championship relegation zone. The Ivorian international now has four goals in four games for the Royals as their patchy form continues. The visitors pulled a goal back before
The International Tennis Federation has recently announced changes to the Olympic Tennis Event, shifting the men’s singles gold medal match to a shorter, best of three set format. Changes have also been announced for doubles events, with men’s and women’s matches to be decided by a match tiebreak to 10 points when level at one-set
The final series of Game of Thrones is finally with us! The Premier League title race is also coming to a head. What better way to celebrate both than to compare each of the Premier League's top six to one of the fantasy epics' Great Houses? Liverpool = Targaryen They’ve not sat on the throne for many years.
The host Thomas Kaiser from France discusses International Sports stories from the week with his guests, Leonardo Ferreira from Brazil, Yuichi Hiramitsu from Japan, and Aritra Sen from India. This week we cover, Ichiro Suzuki's retirement, IPL T20 Cricket, Lucas Paqueta Brazil's new #10, and Speed Skiier Simon Billy. https://soundcloud.com/sgazettefootballpodcast/international-news-podcast
Neal Maupay was the Brentford hero once again as his goal and assist helped Brentford continue their impressive recent home form with a derby-day victory over QPR. Brentford took the lead in the 50th minute through Maupay after Grant Hall brought down Ollie Watkins in the penalty area. Brentford doubled their lead
http://gty.im/160096923 Whenever a high-profile managerial vacancy arises, the name Arsene Wenger is immediately thrust back into the spotlight. In the last three months alone, the Frenchman has been linked with the PSG, Bayern Munich and Real Madrid. Wenger spent over two decades in north London, guiding Arsenal to a trio of Premier
Thomas Frank's Brentford side suffered a crushing defeat at the hands of West London rivals QPR despite leading at the interval. Neal Maupay had put the Bees in front before being forced off injured on the brink of half-time. A rejuvenated Rs side then returned for the second-half as Massimo Luongo,