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Racism in football, and whats being done to combat it

Football likes to be known for its inclusiveness, with supporters uniting to cheer on their club no matter what, yet racism has always been a pressing issue for the sport. Lately there have been multiple cases of racist chants and abuse from the supporters, and

Who needs revision?

The exam period is the most stressful time of many teenagers’ lives. Because of this, many students and parents believe that all their time and effort should go into revision and studying in order to maximise their preparedness for the exams. This means that pupils

The Bears are Rising

The Bristol Bears, formerly Bristol Rugby, have had a dream start to this season. With two wins and one loss, they are currently sat at second in the Gallagher Premiership, four points behind a Taqele Naiyaravoro led Northampton Saints. So, what’s changed for the Bears

Wales reach semi-finals with a cagey win against France

On a tense night in Oita, Wales emerged triumphant following a bruising encounter with old foes France. After a calamitous first ten minutes, Wales gradually clawed their way back into their game before a decisive red card against Sebastien Vahaamahina proved pivotal in enabling Ross

Wales beat resilient Fiji

Despite a disappointing start from Wales, conceding two unanswered tries and a yellow card in the first quarter, they eventually prevailed over a physical Fiji side. Whilst Wales did not emulate the heroics of the previous week against Australia, they did enough to overcome what

Lebron James and basketball’s problem with nostalgia

Lebron James, a 34 year old small forward for the La Lakers, is viewed as one of the best ever basketball players,  however he is still considered to be far from top place. The typical basketball fan will tell you that Michael Jordan was the

What’s gone wrong at Manchester United?

This season was supposed to be different. It was finally Ole Gunnar Solskjær’s team. Manchester United had finally recovered from the loss of Sir Alex Ferguson. After shelling out £80 million on Harry Maguire and £50 million on Aaron Wan Bissaka, finally Manchester United had

Rampant Wales crush Georgia

Wales began their World Cup game with a sizzling performance against an underwhelming Georgia side. This will come as a relief to many Welsh fans who were worried about their side’s prospects after the painful loss of key men Gareth Anscombe and Talupe Faletau as