When Pinocchio met the Wolf of Wall Street, Frank Abagnale & Forrest Gump: Director Louis Myles discusses ‘Kaiser, the greatest footballer never to play football’

What happens when the Wolf of Wall Street meets Frank Abagnale? What if those two were amalgamated with Forrest Gump and Pinocchio? And what if this mismatched creation desired sporting fame without the on-pitch greatness? According to Louis Myles — the film's director — these elements create Kaiser, the greatest footballer never to

“African Federations must realise how swimming can change lives:” Zambian sports woman of the year Tilka Paljk on swimming’s lack of recognition

Tilka Paljk is the poster girl for Zambian sport. The 21-year-old is Zambia’s number one swimmer, the nation’s sportswoman of the year, and has nearly booked her place to represent her country at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo. However, her success in the sport masks the difficulties African swimmers face when

The Jacksonville Roar cheerleaders on balancing jobs, sisterhood & supporting the Jaguars

A football flies through the air, hurtled from the hand of quarterback Blake Bortles. 'Jaguars on three' comes the shout from the huddle as the offense and defence prepare to scrimmage at the Allianz Park. It's bitingly cold throughout practice. Frosted breath escapes into the atmosphere. The players don team-branded hoodies

Jacksonville Jaguars sixth trip to London could be their most important yet

Jacksonville Jaguars (3-4) will play their sixth game across the pond on Sunday against the Super Bowl champions, Philadelphia Eagles, also with a 3-4 record. The Florida-based franchise have won their previous three games in London and will be hoping the familiarity of playing this side of the Atlantic will give

Football’s lack of patience, unrealistic expectations & the managerial merry-go-round

When Ipswich Town parted ways with Mick McCarthy as he neared the end of his contract in April, many fans were looking ahead to a new dawn under his replacement Paul Hurst. Five months later, though, Hurst is gone and the Tractor Boys are looking for their third manager in

Brentford’s Moses Odubajo on the loss of his mother to Malaria and the dark cloud of long-term injury

Corned beef for dinner. Coats on indoors. Inability to pay for heating or electricity. These were the realities for Brentford’s Moses Odubajo at just 12 years old. When his mother tragically passed away — aged just 45 — Odubajo and his two elder brothers were left to fend for themselves. They lived in

Owen Coyle Jr on England’s Amputee Football Team’s World Cup ambitions, publicity of the sport and relationship between the EAFA and the FA

The Amputee World Cup starts this Saturday 27th October in San Juan de Los Lagos, Mexico and the England team travel there with a very good chance of winning and earning national fame. The road to the World Cup has not been an easy ride, as the team have had to fund the

“You like him or you don’t. There is no middle:” Alexandre Premat reveals all on sharing a team with Lewis Hamilton

Some may call it the hardest job in Formula 1. Lewis Hamilton dominates not only his rivals on the track, but the headlines too. Few racing drivers have ever transcended the sport quite like him. How then is one supposed to standout as his teammate? Alexandre Premat knows all about