Gibraltar may be one of Europe’s smallest, and newest, football nations, and home to just 33,000 people, but they are doing what they can to achieve as much as possible within their means. 712 more words
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Today we are delving into the surreal world of football etymology, a subject matter even native speakers find hard to digest. To have a conversation with your average football fan or even understand post-match interviews/analysis you need to learn more than the basic vocabulary, you must become acquainted with the metaphors and clichés that litter any sporting discussion and navigate your way through the useless stock phrases that add nothing of substance to the debate. 768 more words
Having lived in Brussels and Antwerp for the last 6 years I have been witness to 2 fanatical summers where black, yellow and red flags are painted on the faces of men, women and children, crates of Jupiler become harder to find, and chants of ‘Waar is de Feestje?’ ring loud from the local bars. 747 more words
Top Maltese mountain runners in action in at the European Mountain Championships - Arco di Trento, Italy.
Recently a selection of top mountain runners represented Malta in the 15th European Mountain Championships in Arco, Italy.
The Senior Men’s race consisted of a scenic countryside loops from Arco town square up to the imposing Arco Medieval castle with a total elevation of +/750m covering a total distance of 12.310km. 256 more words