We get a bad rap don’t we, us football fans?
We’re all skinhead, racist, yobs if you ask a certain part of society, but the majority of those on the terraces week in week out will happily disprove that myth.
As is so often the case, the good news stories often get
You walk forward. Stop. You close your eyes. Take a deep breath. And another. Visualise. Another breath. Your mind a whirlwind of thought. Go. Jump. Do it.
You do it, you jump, from twenty seven metres in the air, down into the dark blue abyss below. Squeezing three perfectly executed flips
They’re going to miss it when it goes. The rows of terraced housing penning it in, the compactness, the stanchions, the tightness to the pitch. The history, the tales, the four pubs. Griffin Park - they’re going to miss it when it goes.
These four stands will be etched in the
A year ago this month Justice Secretary David Gauke delivered his first talk on prison reform. In his definition of the purpose of prison he listed three things:
Protection of the public. Punishment, and rehabilitation.
Last night former Premier League footballer Adam Johnson got released from HMP Moorland in Doncaster in the
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.
Sophie Cook was 12 years old the first time she tried to end her life.
In a time before social media and where Pride events were in their infancy, she lived a life of isolation and confusion over her gender-identity.
After realising she was transgender at the age of seven, it took
Been cracking. Darts has, this year.
Okay the PDC World Championship final wasn’t the best we’ve seen, but the two and a bit weeks before were filled with plenty of tasty tungsten.
The Ally Pally saw upsets aplenty, with the expansion of the tournament from 72 to 96 players — including Lisa
For some it’s festive football, for others it’s a Boxing Day test match, but for me, only one thing epitomises Christmas. Darts
Yuletides of old are filled with the nonsensical chittering of Sid Waddell, as two blokes peppered the board with arrows. Ending up invariably, with Phil Taylor taking the crown
Is there any sport the Hearn family can’t transform? December is fast becoming a homage to Barry and Eddie’s sprawling dynasty, with snooker, darts, and this week, 9-ball pool taking centre stage.
This year marks 25 years since the Mosconi Cup began in earnest at the Roller Bowl in Romford. The