Make qualifying more of an event by having two long international breaks a year instead of five short ones.
It happens every time. A collective sigh is let out around the country as the last fixture of the weekend ends. The international break is here and not very many people are happy about it. But it doesn’t have to be this way.
Continue reading How to Make the International Breaks Better
First Published 15/03/2014
With Ben Stokes being ruled out of the World Twenty20 after fracturing his hand striking a locker, we look at some of the stranger injuries to happen to cricketers.
Continue reading The Five Strangest Cricket Injuries
First published 08/12/2016
FIFA President Gianni Infantino has announced his support for the World Cup to expand to 48 teams, from 32 currently, in 2026. This has led to controversy with many publications pointing out the possibility of a decrease in quality, more dead rubbers and collusion between the two teams at the top of the 16 groups. But what could the World Cup look like in 2016? I have taken a look.
Continue reading What could a 48-Team World Cup look like?
First published 10/09/2015
Wayne Rooney has now scored more goals for England than any one else. His 50 international goals eclipse the efforts of greats such as: Bobby Charlton, Gary Lineker, Michael Owen and Jimmy Greaves. But which players have managed to score a goal for England despite less than impressive careers? No players who could still get an England cap are on the list e.g Steven Caulker.
Continue reading England’s Most Surprising Goal Scorers
First published 23/04/2012
What do the winners of the 2011 Rugby World Cup, New Zealand, and the winners of the 2012 Six Nations, Wales, have in common? That they have managed to perform on the world stage in spite of being small nations, sure. That they have talented and determined sides that deserved to win, definitely. But mostly, they are both famous for producing lamb and having huge stocks of sheep.
Continue reading Do Sheep Win Rugby Matches?