• Sports Broadcasters Are Leading The Way On Environmentally Conscious Productions

    Rachel Roberts If you’ve ever watched Sky Sports News, you’ll likely be familiar with the twice annual event known as Deadline Day. As the last day of the transfer window, Deadline Day has always been one of the busiest events on the channel, with reporters littered across the country...
  • ‘To Care Is To Do’: Spurs’ New Stadium Is One Of The Best In The World. It’s One Of The Greenest Too

    Rachel Roberts When the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium finally opened in April 2019, it staked its claim as one of the best in the world, a claim that has certainly been verified in the year since. With a capacity of almost 63,000 (an increase of 26,500 on their previous home...
  • Gambling In Football: A Growing Epidemic

    Cam  McAdam TW: This article discusses suicide. You’ve probably seen them before. Whether it’s on the illuminated advertisement boards, on the club kits, or even on your screen during half time. Betting adverts are everywhere when you watch football, with 9 Premier League clubs currently having a betting sponsor...
  • UoN Scholar, Tin-Tin Ho, Reveals Olympic Dream

    Matthew Gaskins Every month we profile a different UoN sports scholar. This week, Tin-Tin Ho marks our first interview in the series, detailing her table-tennis beginnings, Tokyo 2020 dream, and how she manages to juggle a medicine degree alongside international table-tennis. Tin-Tin Ho has always been surrounded by table-tennis...
  • Emma Hayes Linked with the AFC Wimbledon Job – Why Did this Cause Such a Stir?

    Rachel Roberts At the start of the month, AFC Wimbledon were on the hunt for a new manager, after Glyn Hodges left the club by mutual consent. Managerial replacements are by no stretch a rarity in football, but this particular one caused quite a stir. Wimbledon, currently 19th in...
  • Women’s Freedom To Exercise During COVID-19

    Lucy Wooster The resilient nature of COVID-19 presents the daunting prospect of ever-extending public health restrictions imposed by the British government. The arrival of the virus into the UK has plunged the British public into a year-long cycle of reoccurring national lockdowns, social distancing measures and isolation periods. Attempts...
  • Doping In Football: An Investigation

    Ewan James Earlier this month saw the surprising news of a footballer being banned for taking performance enhancing drugs. The Ajax FC Goalkeeper, Andre Onana, failed an out-of-competition drugs test in October 2020. Consequently, he was handed a 12 month suspension applying to all football activities, starting from February...