Sunday, June 28, 2009

The World Dwarf Games Come to Belfast

The fifth "World Dwarf Games" will take place in Belfast during the months of July and August, after the city won the rights to host the games after they fought off competition from all over the world.

The games will begin with the opening ceremony on July 26, after all the competitors in this years games register. The games themselves will comprise of over 35 sports spread across a multitude of ages, ranging from under 10 swimming to veteran class soccer.

World Football Club Power List

Who holds all the cards in World Football? Real Madrid can sign anyone, Manchester City have bottomless pockets, Liverpool are wracked with debt, and Barcelona play fantasy football, but who has the power in football?

Sunday, June 21, 2009

What Next for Michael Owen? For Sale in the Argos Catalogue?

Michael Owen has taken the extraordinary step of making a catalogue of his footballing life as a player and then distributing it around all 20 English Premier League clubs in a bid to build some interest in his flagging career.

"For Sale, one slightly used, uncared for striker. Price is free, will accept bread and water as payment."

Sunday, June 14, 2009

Manchester United To Lose Nemanja Vidic to Barcelona, Patrice Evra to Madrid?

Less than one week after losing, World Player of the Year 2009, Cristiano Ronaldo, to Real Madrid for a world record £80m, Manchester United now face having their team decimated by losing Nemanja Vidic and Patrice Evra to Barcelona and Real Madrid respectively.

Friday, June 12, 2009

Spurs Pull Out of EPL Reserve League: Which Players Have No Futures?

In a sensational turn which will leave many players at Spurs worried, the club have announced that they will not have a team competing in the Reserve Premier League next season, and that they have decided to concentrate on the Academy and first teams only.

Thursday, June 11, 2009

The Cristiano Ronaldo £80m Transfer from Man United to Madrid Analysed

After a two-year chase, Real Madrid have finally got their man. Manchester United accepted their staggering £80 million bid today, and now Cristiano Ronaldo will finally get to play for his childhood heroes.

Since Florentino Perez rode into town on the back of his glittering white stallion, rumours have been flying about Ronaldo's future in a red jersey. Last season, Madrid, then under the stewardship of Ramon Calderon, almost forced the deal through. In the end, Alex Ferguson put his foot down, and the 24-year-old Portuguese decided to stay.

Saturday, June 6, 2009

Does Sportsmanship Exist in MMA?

No point beating around the bush: I'm not a huge MMA fan. The little I know of the sport I've picked up through talking to my brother and friends. I've learned enough to get by on a casual conversation. I know most of the main guys, and how tough the sport is.

But one thing that I've struggled with is sportsmanship in the ring, or a lack of it.

Tottenham Hotspur Target Aston Villa's Ashley Young in Swap for David Bentley

Things have been quiet at White Hart Lane over the last month or so. Transfer speculation surrounded who was leaving rather than who was coming in, but that all changed today with the news that Spurs are about to launch a bid for Aston Villa's Ashley Young.

Wednesday, June 3, 2009

What Next for Manchester City? First League Title Since 1968?

Life has been one big roller coaster for the long suffering fans of Manchester City over the last year. A whirlwind take over by the Abu-Dhabi Investment Group on transfer deadline day last September has seen the blues become the richest club in the world, and now City look destined to be crowned Premiership champions...some day.