Yesterday, I set you three picture anagrams, and I am sure you managed to get a couple correct, but what about number three? Here are the answers: Man City are banned from Europe. 2. Kansas City Chiefs win Super Bowl 3. The Six Nations is back.
See you if you can break down the pictures and figure out what major news story or sporting event they are referring to. 1. Let’s start with an easy one… 2. This one is slightly more difficult. 3. Not sure if you will get this one, though. I will reveal the answers … More Fun and Games: Picture Anagrams
So, guess I was a little mistaken about the All-Star game. The format this year turned out to be absolutely fantastic. Two teams, made up of the best players in the world (that are fit and healthy), going at it in front of a packed arena, in one of the best cities in America. As … More Basketball: Much Better Than Expected
This year’s NBA All-Star game will be held in Chicago, Illinois, and is expected to be slightly more competitive because of the new rules that are going to be implemented. Rules, which I think will be detrimental to the event. For many years, the All-Star games were a battle between the best players from the … More Basketball: NBA All-Kobe Game
Manchester City have been banned from European competition for the next two seasons, and rightfully so, even if it is quite a few years later than deserved. Before I actually go into that, I want it to be known that I actually like Manchester City as a club, despite what I am going to type, … More Football: A Deserved Ban!
Sometimes we forget as football fans that football players are human beings, too, simply because of how well they get paid. Some of them need a comforting arm around the shoulder, while others react well to a good old rollicking. Unfortunately for Moise Kean, he was on the end of neither. The young Italian striker, … More Football: Not So ‘Kean’ to Play for Big Dunc.
I’m as surprised as anyone else after hearing that Mauricio Pochettino has been sacked. However, the true shock is more in the choice of replacement and the speed in which it all happened. It’s very rare for such events to be handled so efficiently, but then again majority of the time Daniel Levy, Tottenham chairman, … More The “Special One” is Back
With the final group games taking place over the next few days, let’s have a look at which nations have booked their place in the Euro 2020 Finals, and which are yet hoping to get there, either via the groups or the playoffs (another money making scheme for football that will take place at a later … More Euro Qualifiers: What’s Left to Play For
It’s been a long week already, and the days leading up to the Rugby World Cup Final has taken what seems an age. Still not as boring as South Africa’s Semi-Final against Wales, though. Majority of the people I supervise at work have constantly been trying to get a reaction out of me by asking … More Rugby World Cup Final!
Hi everyone! I know, I know, I have been away for a while…since June 24th to be exact. I was thinking about all the awesome excuses I could cite for my absence, but it all comes down to one thing, and one thing only…laziness! Yes, work has been busy and I have also been on … More Long Time No See! (好久不见）