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    All Blacks Legends Aim for Final Glory

    Tomorrow, New Zealand and Australia will step on to the hallowed turf of Twickenham to contest the 2015 Rugby World Cup final. While both teams will have huge motivation to win, New Zealand will also have an extra driving force – the desire to honour a number of their retiring superstars, for whom this could …

    Rugby Union Heading Stateside

    In recent times, it’s not been uncommon to see competitive matches played away from their usual country – just look at the NFL’s regular outings to the UK recently, with the most recent taking place just last weekend. Now rugby union has decided to expand its horizons, by staging a league game in one of …

    Underdogs Aiming for World Series Glory

    One is a contender for being the worst team in the whole history of baseball, while the other has perennially been in the shadow of their hugely more successful neighbour. But now the Kansas City Royals and the New York Mets will face off in baseball’s end of season finale, which begins today. Regardless of …

    Jags and Bills Play Out Wembley Thriller

    This year the NFL travels to the UK a record number of times – teams from the States will play no less than four times on the hallowed turf of Wembley. With attendances of 80,000+, the British public has certainly taken the NFL to their hearts, and the match-up between the Jacksonville Jaguars and the …

    Rugby Fans Gearing Up for World Cup Semi Finals

    England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales might all be out of the competition, but the action is still set to continue as the semi-finals take place this weekend. In two all Southern Hemisphere affairs, favourites New Zealand will take on a rejuvenated South Africa, while Australia find themselves against the tournament’s surprise package, Argentina. The favourites …

    City Grab Last Gasp Win Against Sevilla

    Much has been made of Manchester City’s poor performances in previous Champions Leagues, however a last gasp victory against Sevilla yesterday proved to many that they are finally starting to find their feet in the competition. Coming from behind to win 2-1, it shows that they are now a team that’s tough to beat, and …

    Arsenal Shock Bayern in Champions League

    Going into their match against Bayern, Arsenal knew that they really needed to win, thanks to their underwhelming start to the group stage. That wouldn’t be an easy chance, considering the fact that Bayern are one of the very best teams in Europe. Even Arsenal fans had their doubts that their team could triumph – …

    What Does the Future Hold for Stuart Lancaster?

    On Saturday, England were unceremoniously dumped out of the Rugby World Cup. In what could well go down as the worst day in English rugby, they were dismantled by a superior Australian team, ensuring that it was Wales and the Aussies who would progress to the next round of the tournament. After Saturday’s result, the …

    Brendan Rodgers Sacked by Liverpool

    For many, it had been a move on the cards for a long time. Brendan Rodgers, who had been under fire at Liverpool for a number of months, was finally dismissed from his post after an abject start to the Premier League season. It seems that the Liverpool board finally reached the end of their …

    Johanna Konta: GB Tennis’ New Star?

    For many years now, there’s only been one tennis star on the minds of British tennis fans. Andy Murray has carried the weight of a nation for a long time, and certainly hasn’t disappointed, winning two majors, an Olympic gold medal and leading the British team to a Davis Cup final. But now there’s a …