• Preview: UoN Alumni Katie Snowden On Representing Team GB In Tokyo

    The Olympic Games are the pinnacle of many athletes’ careers, and for 1500m runner Katie Snowden, that is no different. Josh Collins caught up with Katie to speak to her about her preparation, as well as how her time in Nottingham has helped shape her athletic career so far....
  • UoN Cheerleading – “So Much More Than Just Pom-Poms”

    Josh Collins Many people think of cheerleading as something from the realms of High School Musical – a novelty on the other side of the world. There is so much more to the sport of cheerleading, however, and I sat down with three members of the University’s cheer team...
  • ‘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...
  • Intramural Sport – Nottingham’s Best Kept Secret

    Josh Collins The journey to the game, pre-match tunes hyping the players up. The team talks focussing on group unity and playing as a tight-knit team. The intense 90 minutes of long balls, tackles galore and the subs bench acting as manager. A far cry from the Champions League,...
  • Could English Football Clubs Adopt A 50+1 Rule?

    Josh Collins The fallout from the failed European Super League project has led for increased calls for clubs in England to adopt the so-called ‘50+1 rule’ which would see fans owning a majority of their football clubs. The rule, which has been in place in the German Bundesliga since...
  • 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...