Long-termism and football

By Pip Cole  7-1… Humiliation……Failures……Disgraced the nation… Having been born in Rio de Janeiro, waking up the morning after that game was tough. I am fairly confident I have seen the worst Brazilian performance I will ever see, however, I do not believe it will be the last major footballing...
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Brazil v Germany In Pictures

The Top 10 Twitter pictures from last night’s game. Brazil 1 – Germany 7. Let that sink in for a moment. As far as World Cup semi finals go, last night’s demolition of Brazil by Germany will go down in the history books as being one of the most shocking...
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Le Tour de France 2014

  By David de Winter – Sports Writer Saturday sees the start of the 101st edition of the world’s most famous bicycle race, the eponymous Tour de France. And where does this three week lycra-clad epic begin? Paris? Non. Some chic, picturesque village in the south of France? Absolutement non....
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Bring Fisher Home

At the High Court on May 13th 2009, Fisher Athletic were wound up. The debts had begun to mound and results hadn’t been going their way since a player exodus preceded a thrilling season in which Wayne Burnett’s (current Dagenham & Redbridge manager) missed out on the Conference after losing...
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PR v Marketing at the 2014 World Cup

By Stuart Buchanan, Junior Broadcast Executive at 4mediarelations For the football mad amongst us, Friday 27th June 2014 was a day where we all rubbed our eyes, took stock for the first time in two weeks and, once the haze had cleared, asked ‘Where’s the football gone?’ For football-widows and those just...
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