• What Does The Future Hold For Pierre Gasly?

    So far in the 2021 Formula 1 season, Pierre Gasly has significantly outperformed in his Scuderia Alpha Tauri car. At seven out of nine races, he has qualified in the top six and finished Sunday’s race in Austria in the points. His outstanding performances have led to media speculation...
  • 2020/2021 Season Review: Hopeful Notts County Fall at Penultimate Hurdle

    Matthew Cotter The world’s oldest professional football club will once again be forced to languish in the abyss of non-league football after suffering a devastating semi-final defeat to Torquay United. It took extra time to settle the bout but, in the end, the challenge was seemingly too great for...
  • Is YouTube And Its Creators Damaging The Integrity Of Professional Boxing?

    Matthew Cotter When YouTube was founded in 2005, no one would have quite imagined the impact it would go on to have on present-day society. The past 5 years have even seen YouTube infiltrate the sporting world, but has this been detrimental to the traditions and ethics of professional...
  • ‘Mediocre At Best’ – Nottingham Forest Season Summary 2020/21

    Josh Collins The full-time whistle of Nottingham Forest’s final-day 2-1 loss to Preston signalled the end of a rocky campaign that saw a relegation battle, a managerial change and, ultimately, a disappointing lower mid-table finish. But the 17th place that Forest eventually achieved does not tell the full story...
  • Six English Teams To Join Controversial New European Super League

    Josh Collins England’s ‘Big 6’ football teams announced in a statement that they intend to join the European Super League, a new club competition set to commence “as soon as possible.” Manchester City, Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester United, Arsenal, Liverpool and Chelsea join Spanish sides Real Madrid, Barcelona and Atletico...
  • Multiple Football Clubs To Protest Online Abuse With A Social Media Boycott

    Josh Collins Rangers, Swansea City and Birmingham City have all announced that they will boycott platforms including Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram from Thursday evening to protest the lack of action of social media companies against online abuse. The move, which is hoped will be followed by others, is a...
  • Football’s Coming Home? UK Government Back 2030 World Cup Bid

    Matthew Cotter Following Boris Johnson’s announcement that the government is keen to see the 2030 FIFA World Cup be hosted across the five nations of the British Isles, we take a somewhat light-hearted look at what such a tournament would look like.  The UK government has pledged £2.8m to...