Great Partnerships: Vidic And Ferdinand

Nemanja Vidic and Rio Ferdinand both left Old Trafford in the summer of 2014 for pastures new. Vidic had already announced in the January of 2014 that he would be leaving Old Trafford at the end of his contract in the summer. Stating that he would also be leaving the Premier League as he couldn’t … Continue reading Great Partnerships: Vidic And Ferdinand

ICC Make Changes To One-Day International Regulations

The International Cricket Council's (ICC) annual conference concluded in Barbados last week, with high on the agenda changes to be made to regulations of One-Day Internationals (ODIs) and T20 Internationals (T20Is), with the aim of bringing a better balance between bat and ball. This was on the back of a high-scoring World Cup in Australia … Continue reading ICC Make Changes To One-Day International Regulations

Giggs Visits Underhill Park

Manchester United assistant manager Ryan Giggs yesterday paid a visit to Underhill Park in Swansea, the home of Mumbles Rangers Football Club. Mumbles have around 30 teams for children and young people of both sexes and at least ten of their coaches have achieved their Level 2 (C Certificate) coaching award. Giggs was there in … Continue reading Giggs Visits Underhill Park

Bournemouth Complete Signing Of Mings

Bournemouth continued to add to their squad as they prepare for their first season in the Premier League, completing the signing of 22-year-old full-back Tyrone Mings, from Ipswich Town, for £8million. The fee is a transfer record for Bournemouth, and they are believed to have beat off competition from Newcastle United, Aston Villa and West Bromwich Albion … Continue reading Bournemouth Complete Signing Of Mings

Wimbledon 2015: Andy Murray Seeded No.3 For Wimbledon

Andy Murray goes into his quest for a second Wimbledon title and third grand Slam title as the number three seed, this is no surprise as he goes in to the tournament as the world number three. Seeded one and two are the world number one and two, Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer. All three … Continue reading Wimbledon 2015: Andy Murray Seeded No.3 For Wimbledon

Peter Moores: I’m Not Just About And Data And Stats

Peter Moores was in his second spell as the England head coach, with his first spell coming to an end after he fell out with then captain, Kevin Pietersen. They were believed to have disagreed on several issues, including the team’s training regime and the possible call-up of former captain Michael Vaughan for the upcoming tour … Continue reading Peter Moores: I’m Not Just About And Data And Stats

Jones Set For New United Contract

Manchester United and England centre-back is set to be handed a new four-year contract at Old Trafford, with his deal at the moment set to expire next summer.  Jones to be offered new contract Reports claim that Jones will agree similar terms to that of United and England defensive colleague Chris Smalling, taking his wage up … Continue reading Jones Set For New United Contract

Eddie Howe And His Special Relationship With Bournemouth

Eddie Howe completed the unthinkable and took Bournemouth into the Premier League at the end of last season. Howe and Bournemouth have a special relationship, Howe has tried his luck away Bouremouth but always end up back on the south coast at Dean Court. Howe The Player Eddie Howe spent the majority of his playing … Continue reading Eddie Howe And His Special Relationship With Bournemouth

Bournemouth Boss Eddie Howe Insists Training Ground Privacy Is Critical

If newly-promoted Bournemouth are going to hold their own in the Premier League, it is the belief of manager Eddie Howe that they must have privacy at their King's Park training base. Howe and his coaching staff have guided Bournemouth into the top-flight for the first time in their 116-year history and his squad train regularly … Continue reading Bournemouth Boss Eddie Howe Insists Training Ground Privacy Is Critical