As one of England’s brightest talents, is Will Hughes’ time at Derby finally coming to an end? Here’s my thought on the situation
Derby County find themselves ten points back of a playoff position and have not won a game in six throughout February. Four losses to the hands of Aston Villa, Blackburn Rovers, Newcastle United and Leicester City, have thrown a spanner in the works for Steve McClaren. It’s getting to the crunch stage of the season… Continue reading You Can’t Teach an Old Dog New Tricks
Sheffield kept up any slim chance of triple Elite League Championships with a four point weekend over the Manchester Storm. Following the departure of defenseman Christoffer Bjorklund a day prior to transfer deadline day, Paul Thompson went about filling the spare import slot with former d-man Rod Sarich. Despite not icing for the battle of… Continue reading Twenty Four in a Row
On August 31st, Transfer deadline day 2016, Chris Martin penned a season long loan deal from Derby County to fellow Championship side Fulham. Today he signed a new three year contract with parent club Derby to add even more fuel to fire that his behaviour has started at Craven Cottage. Following the return of Steve… Continue reading Chris Martin: The Ongoing Saga
Ice Hockey remains one of England’s hidden treasures in the sporting world and is just waiting for the right opportunity to be unearthed by the masses. Finishing in a silver medal spot at the two previous World Championships, Team GB are still looking for the final piece to a winning puzzle. International Ice Hockey Federation… Continue reading Are Dual Nationals The Answer For GB Ice Hockey?
Last year saw the return of David Attenborough to our screens as the BBC released Planet Earth:2 a documentary series going face to face with nature. A man with the most unique voice, telling a tale of how the Earth’s wildlife goes about surviving despite the gloomy and helpless circumstances. If programmes like this aren’t… Continue reading Tilikum. Kidnapped, Paraded, Killed
For a modern football fan, any sign of globalization can only mean a good thing for one of the most popular sports played on the planet. Under one circumstance. It’s done in the interest of the game and its biggest assets, the fans. Football has altered dramatically since the inception of the Premier League back… Continue reading Throwing the cat among the pigeons: CSL meets the EPL