11/28/2011 22:49:00 PM
How ironic that the BBC's coverage of the 2011 Formula 1 season ended with the above image. Viewers of the Formula 1 Forum, following the Brazilian Grand Prix, were treated to the only semblance of an apology that the BBC have offered to it's millions of Formula 1 fans for the decision to abandon any sort of serious commitment to the sport. The fact that this apology came about as a result of a
11/23/2011 08:37:00 AM
This article was sent in to us by Jena Ellis from Online Certificate Programs. At Its Not Life Or Death we may know that this article isn't about football at all, but seeing as they call football soccer we'll let them off. We are grateful - honest! Thank you Jena....
With the average football game lasting more than three hours, it's not easy for play-by-play men and analysts to fill air time.
11/07/2011 20:21:00 PM
Please accept my apologies for the lack of contributions over recent months. Unfortunately blog writing has had to take a back seat recently due to heavy work commitments.
More articles will be appearing soon...
06/10/2011 11:00:00 AM
On the penultimate day of the Premier League season I sat down on the sofa, drink in one hand and feet up ready to watch my Chelsea team take on Newcastle United in a pointless, nothing to play for match at Stamford Bridge. The mood in the stadium se
06/09/2011 09:05:00 AM
Something has happened to English cricket. I'm not sure when it happened, but something has definitely changed. Nobody warned me that this was going to happen and I'm simply not prepared. I don't know how to deal with this new version of being an Eng
06/06/2011 12:31:00 PM
June has arrived with rain which can only mean one thing: were once again on the verge of Murray mania. As the worlds elite prepare to descend on the lawns of Wimbledon in the coming weeks, we can be quietly confident that once again the nation
06/02/2011 11:46:00 AM
In true Fighting Talk style, the challenge is to claim that Lewis Hamilton had a point when he made his post race comments which have seen him castigated by all and sundry, following last Sunday's Monaco Grand Prix.
At first glance this is not an ea
06/01/2011 11:01:00 AM
So, who has booked their place in the Olympic Stadium next summer? Its a question many of us will have been pondering in recent weeks, eager to find out whether we have struck lucky in the ballot and placed successful ticket applications. Its n
05/31/2011 08:00:00 AM
Clever types sometimes debate the theory of 'hedonic adaptation', which claims that after experiencing changes for the better or worse in our circumstances, we swiftly adapt to them and our levels of happiness and relative expectation revert quickly
05/31/2011 06:24:00 AM
Pontius Pilate washes his hands of the whole affair
Watching the Sepp Blatter news conference yesterday, I was struck by a strange sense of deja vu. I had seen this scene played out somewhere before in the dim and distant past. A man of authority sto
05/30/2011 06:02:00 AM
As somebody who is usually one of the first to criticise the poor sportsmanship, bizarre excuses for losing and general lack of good grace amongst today's crop of football managers, I feel the need to offer praise to Sir Alex Ferguson for the good gr
05/27/2011 16:01:00 PM
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05/25/2011 08:44:00 AM
Last Sunday the curtain was finally drawn on the 2010-11 Premier League season, with many commentators and pundits claiming that it was the best season ever.
There are certainly quite a few factors to support this argument. The title race was wide o
05/09/2011 11:06:00 AM
Seven pole positions from the last eight races- there is no doubt as to Sebastian Vettels position as King of qualifying.The current qualifying procedure of two knockout sessions followed by a top ten position shootout for pole position is designe
05/02/2011 20:59:00 PM
If you are too young to understand the title of this article then I envy you. Not only will you not have had to reluctantly deal with the onset of middle age, but neither will you have suffered the crimes against music that Chas and Dave inflicted up
04/30/2011 14:47:00 PM
Last Wednesday night, Cristiano Ronaldo showed his credentials to be labelled the best footballer on the planet. In extra time he scored the winning goal with a sublime header to win the Copa Del Rey final for Real Madrid. Ronaldo gained the he
04/29/2011 21:52:00 PM
Easter is behind us, the sun is shining and football fans have frayed nerves. It's that time of the season when fans of clubs up and down the country anticipate the pain of failure or the celebrations of success. All of the ifs, buts and maybes begin
04/27/2011 07:44:00 AM
Following the split-second call made by Stefano Domenicali in the championship clinching Abu Dhabi grand prix last year- to bring Fernando Alonso into the pits to cover off an early stop by Mark Webber- Ferrari gained heavy criticism, not just from F
04/26/2011 10:16:00 AM
FC Schalke 04 enter their most important match in recent history on the back of a disappointing 1-0 defeat to Kaiserlautern on Saturday. A champions league semi-final with three times champions league winners, Manchester United, beckons on Tuesday ni
04/25/2011 11:37:00 AM
It seems that nothing is going to top Royal celebrations when it comes to grabbing the headlines this week. People will be dancing in the streets, singing their hearts out with songs of celebration and basking in the glory of a very special bank holi
04/22/2011 20:18:00 PM
Another week, another footballing scandal. A mystery, married, premiership footballer has been having an affair with Imogen Thomas, a former Big Brother contestant. The identity of the player is likely to remain a secret as long as a High Court gaggi
04/20/2011 09:55:00 AM
In one of the most exciting Premier League season's for many a year, three London teams know that there is no more room for slip ups as we approach the business end of the season. North London rivals Arsenal and Tottenham are preparing for tonights c
04/19/2011 10:14:00 AM
Two undeniable conclusions can be drawn from this year's cricket world cup in India. The 50 over version of the game is alive and kicking and still has a future, despite the success of the 20/20 format. Secondly, the tournament lasted far too long.
04/15/2011 08:27:00 AM
They say a week is a long time in football. By that definition 22 years must be an eternity. However, some things go beyond the passage of time and cannot be allowed to fade into distant memory. The events at Hillsborough on 15th April 1989 may be li
04/10/2011 07:44:00 AM
Under the mercurial guidance of Flavio Briotore
The Renault team were never far from a story
Questionable tactics and manufactured spins
All to make sure that a team mate wins
A clever idea but not the right way to Glory.
With the maverick gone we e
02/17/2011 03:36:00 AM
The horrific sight of a safety barrier skewering the remains of Robert Kubica's Skoda may leave many people wondering why such a succesful sportsman would risk his career by participating in such a dangerous sport.
Robert Kubica is not the first dri
02/15/2011 09:21:00 AM
Written by and sent in by MC
It's not life or death - but for those directly involved, never mind the fans, it can certainly seem that way sometimes. Ever met an injured athlete? Rarely likely to be somebody full of the joys of spring. So spare a tho