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2016 European Championships results

The 2016 European Championship are all done, I have a bit of time to reflect and it’s going to be a championship that I will learn from, as while it didn’t go how I wanted it to, what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger! 195 more words


What are England’s options up front at the 2016 Euros?

With the European Championships starting in the next few months, many people are questioning which strikers should be picked for the England national side. Should they stick with the tried and tested Wayne Rooney, or should new blood like Jamie Vardy be given a chance? 678 more words


European Duathlon Championships

Note: As a quick prequel, a main theme of these is race reports when things go well etc. but here a race report of when things don’t go well. 1,176 more words

The rise of Marcus Rashford and a lesson from history

The resurgence of the English striker has been one of many intriguing stories to unfold during the 2015/16 season. Harry Kane and Jamie Vardy lead the Premier League goal-scoring charts with 24 and 22 goals respectively. 803 more words


PODCAST: Euro 2016 - Roy Hodgson's front six selection dilemma

Euro 2016 is looming and competition for places in the England side is fiercer than ever, with players are coming back from injuries and coming in to form at the right time, Roy Hodgson’s selection dilemma is even worse than before – and that’s a good thing. 95 more words


What good can come from an injury?

I hate seeing players get injured. Whether it’s the innocuous ‘pulled hammy’ or a broken leg, it’s a person’s career that goes on standstill for the foreseeable. 669 more words


The rise of the underdog

No matter what sport you enjoy or what team you support, everybody loves the triumph of an underdog. It’s the fairy-tale ending which never fails to disappoint. 419 more words