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    The second interview in our series is with Emilia Marciniec who is currently in Argentina....
  • Graduate Reflections

    University has been deemed a core step in bridging adulthood and by no means is this an exaggeration. The simplest way to describe it? The most extreme way to experience a broad spectrum of different things which inevitably prepare you to cope with whatever comes your way. Let’s face...
  • Sam Warburton Retires: Reflections on a Great Career

    On Wednesday morning, news broke that stunned the rugby world. The former Wales and Lions captain, Sam Warburton, announced his retirement at the age of just 29, citing the neck and shoulder injuries that had kept him out of action since the final test of the Lions tour to...
  • On Top of Die Welt: The World Cup Final as seen from Germany

    In case you’ve been in a bubble or living on a desert island for the last month, Germany won the 2014 FIFA World Cup. With England’s dismal performance, it’s now far too long since we remembered what it felt like to win. The Germans went to town throughout the...
  • World Cup Betting Guide: The Groups

    In the first part of our World Cup betting series, here are our top three bets for the group stages. Keep your eyes peeled for our next preview looking at World Cup winner and Golden Boot bets, amongst others… Group Winners Treble – Brazil, Colombia and Argentina (9/5) There...
  • Around The World In 80 Nations: The World Cup Qualifying Situation

    Over the past couple of weeks, the football followers among us have been rightly focusing on England’s attempt to punch a ticket to Brazil next summer. As England have found themselves desperately needing wins to fend off Ukraine, Montenegro and Poland, we’ve been gripped watching the European qualification system...