mature dating
freedating
Banner

Sport Articles

Retain the Passion

The clamour for technology in football is reaching fever pitch.

Not a weekend goes by without the suggestion that a video referee could make a better judgement call than the man on the spot.

Television programmes like Match of the Day and Sky's Goals on Sunday dissect decisions by the officials in minute detail. Was he offside? Was it a sending off? Did that ball go over the line?

 

Rooney’s back from the Brink

This week has probably seen the biggest football story of the season begin and end.

With little fanfare, Manchester United have announced that they have signed Wayne Rooney on a further five year contract; the player who said earlier in the week he wanted a move from the club.

   

Rooney and Out!

Not many people have the bravery or shear confidence to tell Sir Alex Ferguson he wants a transfer. But then Wayne Rooney isn’t just anyone!

Without doubt, the best and most promising player England has produced in many years; Rooney has decided his time at Old Trafford is at an end. This is tabloid heaven!

   

The Crown Jewels

Today I was alerted to the possibility that the Aintree Grand National could in future be screened on pay-per-view TV.

This would be another nail in the coffin for armchair sports fans who are continually being trampled on by TV-dominating company’s such as Sky and greedy sports governing bodies.

   

Brown's On Borrowed Time?

Football managers should be used to the pressure, its par for the course, so they say. Flying in from all directions, including from your own spectators, the media and the boardroom, insults are abound.

Luck, they say, is something you have to make yourself. Bad and good decisions are but two sides of a coin that habitually evens itself out over a season.

   

Page 1 of 2

Superwhit Headlines

An Uncertain Brexit

An Uncertain Brexit
Before the EU referendum vote I attempted to gauge the feeling of the people around me. Testing the water by talking to people, listening to their views, in some instances...
Full Story

New Short Story - "Extreme Measures"

New Short Story - "Extreme Measures"
Writing again as A. P. Grozdanovic I have just published a short story, Extreme Measures, on Amazon’s Kindle & Kindle App. Feel free to have a sneak peek by reading the extract below. Ordering...
Full Story

Does Voting Change Anything

Does Voting Change Anything
That pearl of wisdom oft quoted by Mark Twain that "if voting made any difference, they wouldn't let us do it" sprang to my mind after the unexpected results of this years general election became...
Full Story

Election 2015

Election 2015
This years election is like no other, that's for sure. With all the competing party's on top of the traditional two plus one, voters are finding it hard to settle on a clear favourite. The polls are...
Full Story

A War Weary Public

A War Weary Public
David Cameron’s push for British involvement in war in Iraq, and eventually Syria, is symptomatic of our leaders determination to make a lasting mark. Blair’s administration will always be remembered...
Full Story

Dubrovnik Review

Dubrovnik Review
This year’s holiday in the historic city of Dubrovnik probably hit every mark for us vacation-wise. Bombed during the Balkan wars of the early 1990’s, this city sits imposingly on the Dalmatian...
Full Story

Cameron’s Legacy: Division in all it’s Glory

Cameron’s Legacy: Division in all it’s Glory
In todays world of Cameron’s austerity the notion that people in need of benefits, or people who are unemployed and need a leg up the career ladder, has been well and truly smashed. The demonisation...
Full Story

The War to End All Wars

The War to End All Wars
Commemorations are all well and good. They're a time for reflection. Maybe a period of reconciliation. But I can't help but feel I'm gagging on a firing pin every time I hear a political leader say that...
Full Story

Bring Back the Family Jewels

Bring Back the Family Jewels
Let me put my cards on the table for you. I’ve never been a fan of privatisation. It seems to me that what belongs to the nation, can be controlled by the nation, be for the good of the nation, should...
Full Story

Tory Turmoil

Tory Turmoil
One of the things we can be sure of when there is a Tory government (this is no real equal coalition) sat cosily in 10 Downing Street is that they will make a real Eton...
Full Story

Obama - A Price Worth Paying

Obama - A Price Worth Paying
Many Britain’s are just not interested in the American election campaign. And why should they be? America is land far, far away in another galaxy, to paraphrase. Or so some people think! What America...
Full Story

Magazine Review – Cheers Mag

Magazine Review – Cheers Mag
The updated and renewed local magazine Cheers is both bright and informative. Not a new idea by any stretch, but a very welcome one. Free magazines and papers are popping up all over the place and they...
Full Story
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
Facebook Image