“I believe that a change can and will come” — Sky Sports News reporter Jaydee Dyer on diversity in the sports media

Jaydee Dyer, along with fellow reporter and presenter Paul Gilmour, was the second youngest Sky Sports News reporter ever appointed, at the age of 25, in 2018. Now aged 26, he has landed high profile and news-making interviews with the likes of Jesse Lingard, Daniel Sturridge, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and many more big names

“It took me two years to feel like I belonged” — Michaela Tabb on the difficulties of being the first major female snooker referee

The culture changing career that all started with a little white lie. Michaela Tabb is widely renowned as a pioneer for equality in snooker, and rightly so. The Scot became the first woman to referee a final of a world-ranking snooker event when she took charge of the Welsh Open

Can Leeds blunt the Blades in the biggest game of the Championship season?

The stage is set for arguably the biggest game in the Championship season so far as Leeds United entertain promotion-rivals Sheffield United at Elland Road this Saturday lunchtime. The fixture has been earmarked by many as the most significant game in Leeds’s recent history, including stalwart defender Pontus Jansson who has

Could this be the end of Wigan’s Super League power?

What a difference a year makes.  When these Wigan Warriors travelled to Warrington Wolves at the start of the 2018 Super League season, the boot was firmly on the other foot. The Warriors were unbeaten and the Wolves had lost their first two games, and struggling to get their season going.  This

Chris Wilder plays Marcelo Bielsa at his own game ahead of huge clash

Chris Wilder has taken a leaf out of Marcelo Bielsa’s book by making a key tactical admission ahead of Sheffield United’s clash with Leeds United. He revealed leading striker Billy Sharp will start the match at Elland Road after being left on the bench for the Blades’ previous two matches against Rotherham and Brentford. Breaking

Formula 1 2019 season talking points

As March rolls around the Formula 1 circus is ready to roar into action once again. Rocked by the death of FIA Race Director Charlie Whiting, this weekend sees the Australian Grand Prix kick off the 2019 season on a sombre note. It is set be be one of the