For anyone interested in knowing about my feelings on whether this trade was good for the Brooklyn Nets, and who the leader of the team should be, then check out my article on https://overtimesportsonline.com/2021/02/18/brooklyn-looking-to-challenge-for-the-title/ for more on that. As promised on the aforementioned article, let’s delve into the Nets trade a little more. How have … More Basketball: Are the Nets Actually a Title Threat?
Every young boy dreams about playing in front of a huge crowd of cheering fans, hoping that they make up songs in their honour, cheer every time you touch the ball, and put you on a pedestal so high that you would be proud of your achievements. As a young lad, I was no different. … More Football: My Dream Home
Here is another one of the picture anagrams I know you all like! Some of these may be a little more difficult. Try to identify the sporting hero, event or award below. Note: all answers are at the bottom! There you have it… The answers are: Wait for it… Pierre-Emerick Aubamayang Indian Premier League (IPL) … More Fun & Games: Picture Anagram
It is no surprise to hear that Ole Gunnar Sol… Ole’s job is once again at risk, and every time he looks like he is about to get the sack, somehow his team pull out wins and the cycle repeats itself. Being a Manchester United legend, and – as everyone puts it – “a nice … More Football: Final Week in the Job?
It wasn’t long ago when the entire world of football was calling for VAR (Video Assistant Referee) to be introduced to the game. People were referring to how well it works in other sports, and the reduction of the number of errors being made by officials. Yet, as we start the new season, VAR seems … More Football: VAR From Perfect
As you walk through the entrance, and make your way pitch-side, you are standing at the iconic home of Barcelona, Camp Nou, where a message is looking back at you…Mes Que Un Club – More than a club. Barcelona has a tradition of being the main focal point of the Catalan people, and a symbol … More Football: Mes Que Un…
Only two games into the new season, and Tottenham fans are not impressed, and you can’t really blame them. A lacklustre loss (0-1) at home to Everton, was followed by a 2-1 win in the Europa League, against Bulgarian side Lokomotiv Plovdiv. The English side were losing 1-0 until the 80th minute, in which Plovdiv … More Football: Spurs Need Bale-ing Out
With football kicking off this week, albeit without fans, I thought I would take the time to express some of my predictions for the upcoming season. England Premier LeagueChampion: LiverpoolTop Four: Man City, Chelsea and ArsenalRelegation: Sheffield United, WBA, and FulhamTeam to Watch: Newcastle Utd After Liverpool’s long-awaited success, and a short break due to … More Football: Predictions For Success
With the football season coming to an end – later than expected – it is only right that I announce the inaugural winners of the The Sports Gent (TSG) awards for the 2019/2020 season. The awards will be given in the following categories: Most Entertaining Team of the Season Most Improved Player of the Season … More Football: And The Winners Are…
It is important you don’t scroll down if you haven’t done the quiz yet, as these are the answers… Here’s the link to the Quiz I repeat…THESE ARE THE ANSWERS! Rules: Listed below are 15 questions, the first answer is very important, as it will make or break your results. The last letter of your previous answer … More Fun and Games: Letter Trail (ANSWERS)