One In Five British Men Prefer Boxing Day Footy To Christmas
21 Dec
2016
Written by Jack Peat

One In Five British Men Prefer Boxing Day Footy To Christmas »

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OK, it’s time to fess up; how many people are looking forward to Boxing Day football more than Christmas day itself? Sure a turkey dinner goes down well, a glass of champagne is always welcomed and you finally get a refreshed socks and pants drawer, but none of that really compares to a full complement […]

Football Fans Get New Interactive Guide to European Away Games
4 Nov
2016
Written by Jack Peat

Football Fans Get New Interactive Guide to European Away Games »

Football fans heading to Europe to follow their team now have an interactive guide to away games. From Manchester to Madrid, Paris to Berlin, footy fans will now be able to properly research their away trips, with several clashes coming up for British clubs. Tottenham Hotspur travel to Monaco at the end of this month, and […]

England need to end major tournament nerves
8 Jul
2016
Written by Robert Ford

England need to end major tournament nerves »

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After Iceland fell to a 5-2 defeat to host France in Paris, it will have further infuriated England fans who are incensed that Roy Hodgson’s side failed to progress past the relative minnows. Iceland were blown away by half-time, with goals from Olivier Giroud, Paul Pogba, Dimitri Payet and Antoine Griezmann putting the French 4-0 […]

Manchester United Revamped
7 Jul
2016
Written by Louis Herbert

Manchester United Revamped »

‘‘I have nothing to prove at Manchester United’’ Manchester United fans are really starting to get excited as the season draws closer, and the team seems to be getting better and better. To start with, Louis Van Gaal was dismissed after what can only really be described as a poor performance over the past few […]

Your Guide to the Semi Final – Germany vs France
6 Jul
2016
Written by Louis Herbert

Your Guide to the Semi Final – Germany vs France »

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‘Germany are Germany. They’re the reigning world champions and one of the best sides at the European Championship’ The Germany V France is set to be one of those classic games, with both giants having faced each other many times in the past both have good ideas of what to expect. Throughout the tournament, bar […]

Your Guide to the Semi Finals – Wales vs Portugal
6 Jul
2016
Written by Louis Herbert

Your Guide to the Semi Finals – Wales vs Portugal »

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  Wales vs Portugal With Wales storming through to the semi finals after brushing aside Belgium in a 3-1 victory that can only be described as shocking, all eyes are on Portugal to stop Chris Coleman’s side from securing a place in the final. Although many see Wales as the underdog going into the Portugal […]

England On Track To Be Crowned Champion….. Lawnmowers
30 Jun
2016
Written by Jack Peat

England On Track To Be Crowned Champion….. Lawnmowers »

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England are in the running to become World Champions in the Lawnmower Endurance Race, proving that despite our woeful performance in the Euros, we’re not bad at everything. Ladbrokes has pulled together a list of the top 10 sports we’re still good at, including snail and hen racing, conkers and pie eating. Alex Donohue of […]

Which England Player Are You?
27 Jun
2016
Written by Jack Peat

Which England Player Are You? »

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A poll of British workers has sought to establish which player they would be in their work team. While almost half (44 per cent) see themselves as the Joe Hart ‘safe pair of hands’ in the office, 32 per cent see themselves as ‘the lynchpin’ with characteristics most comparable to talisman Jamie Vardy. Thirty per […]

ONE IN FIVE BRITISH BLOKES THINK THEY COULD HAVE GONE PRO
13 May
2016
Written by Jack Peat

ONE IN FIVE BRITISH BLOKES THINK THEY COULD HAVE GONE PRO »

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We all have a mate in the pub that thinks he could have been a professional sportsman, but according to new research most British blokes believe they could have gone pro. Were it not for a niggling injury, a cruel twist of fate or a simple falling out of love for the game a massive one […]

THE COST OF BEING A SPORTS FAN HAS BEEN CALCULATED, AND IT’S HUGE!
13 May
2016
Written by Jack Peat

THE COST OF BEING A SPORTS FAN HAS BEEN CALCULATED, AND IT’S HUGE! »

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It costs £67,000 over a lifetime to be a sports fan, a new study has found. Avid sports fans will be out of pocket to the tune of £347.16 per year just in admission costs, with travel and accommodation adding a whopping £227.76 per year on, merchandise £36.74 per year, TV subscriptions £228.96 per year and drinks and food while […]