• Big Problems at Nottingham Forest

    Nottingham Forest endured a disappointing 2-0 defeat to Reading on Saturday, two days after Aitor Karanka departed from the club, a year after he was appointed. Forest finished the game with nine men as both Danny Fox and Tendayi Darikwa saw red. As the club searches for their 11th...
  • Everyone seems to think this fight is Wilders to lose? I’m backing Tyson Fury

    It was in the McGregor vs. Nurmagomedov fight that I heard the two American commentators talk about the next fight for Wilder after he beats Tyson Fury on the 1st of December. This instantly made me question whether they had forgotten who the ‘Gypsy King’ is. Tyson Fury has...
  • Big summer signings but slow Progress – Forest’s start to the season

    After a very successful transfer window, bringing in fourteen new additions, Nottingham Forest have begun their season with a mixture of results under the leadership of Aitor Karanka. After a quarter of a season, despite losing 2-1 at home to Norwich on Saturday, they now sit 8th in the...
  • Looking for a new sport? You’re at the right place

    As the University of Nottingham prepares for another exciting year of sport, with all the teams entering their pre-season training, there are plenty of sports to get stuck into this academic year. Whilst the likes of football, netball and rugby are often seen as the most popular sports and...
  • Do Chelsea have a chance at silverware?

    On the brink of another Premier League season, the 2018 summer transfer window has been a matter of ups and downs for teams in the English top tier. The likes of Liverpool have expanded on their squad, bringing in highly rated goalkeeper, Allison, for £67 million and solidified their...
  • Was VAR ready for the World Cup?

    The World Cup is now well under way in Russia, providing moments of brilliance from some of football’s top names, such as Ronaldo with his late equaliser for Portugal over Spain, as well as more unknown players such as Cheryshev of Russia already scoring three goals in the tournament....
  • UoN repeat their domination over NTU in the Varsity Squash

    The University of Nottingham battled out a hard fought 5-0 win over Nottingham Trent in the Varsity Squash. After a success ridden season by UoN’s squash teams, with the women’s first team being crowned national champions and the men’s team coming runners up, the tie always looked like it...