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
I’ve liked 2016, its been pretty good to me. I’ve tried to some it all up but so much good stuff happened
South Wingfield Cricket Club has this week announced the news that player favourite Nigel Ashmore will be returning as third team captain as of 2017. Ashmore, who has a wealth of experience from playing at the highest level will take over the reigns from John Power who has helped to form a very stable side.… Continue reading A New Year, A New Captain
Derby sit seventh four points off third. Some contrast to 10 games ago wouldn’t you say? #DCFC
Sunday night the Sheffield Steelers suffered a 3-2 defeat to top of the league Cardiff Devils in a game overshadowed with controversy. Paul Thompson and the Sheffield Steelers travelled to the Welsh capital looking to inflict a significant blow to the Devills title bid. Short benched and seemingly competing against an extra man all night,… Continue reading Excuse me Ref?
According to the World Wildlife Foundation, two thirds of the Worlds wildlife will be wiped out by 2020 if current trends continue to progress. Further research has shown that 58% of the total Vertebrate wildlife population has fallen in the last 40 years. Figures that if it doesn’t alarm you, it damn well should. Ever… Continue reading David Attenborough: The man with the impossible task
All good things have to come to an end. So when October 4th arrived, it brought to an end the most magnificent three weeks of my life. To begin this final chapter of my World Cup of Hockey diary, I want to pay tribute to the miracle of a man that my Dad is. Bringing… Continue reading World Cup of Hockey; The End