When did success become such a dirty word in the NFL?

This Sunday the Patriots will make their eighth appearance in the Superbowl in the last 17 seasons. For a system that is designed to counter such dominance it comes as a complete anomaly, a glitch in the Matrix, and it's one that has been welcomed like a hole in the head by Americans outside of New England. Quite how it has been possible for the Pats to achieve such success is anyone's guess. There are those who say it is thanks...

TLE Sports Podcast 09.01.18 – Ashes review, Transfer window & more

</a ></a >Sport News</a > 24/7 By Richard de Winter & David de Winter - Sports Editor @TLE_Sport  @rgdewinter  @davidjdewinter The 2017/18 Ashes down under have been a bit of an unmitigated disaster; Richard and David cast their eye over the wreckage that is England's cricket team and analyse where it all went wrong.  Additionally, they pore over the melee that is the January transfer window, review the weekend's FA Cup action, preview the first Grand Slam of the year,...

Most valuable sports franchises and a little about their owners

This infographic will take you through some of the most valuable franchises and what are the advantages of a franchise and a little bit of information on their owners. Firstly, on Florentino Pérez, the owner of football club Real Madrid. He has made the former Galactico’s great again by bringing in world class talent such as Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale, Karim Benzema and Kaka. He will most definitely go down as one of the most remembered Real Madrid owners of...

How sports became the backbone of American life

With all the reality shows, New York-based sitcoms about friendship, and medieval-styled fantasy dramas about royal chairs, it’s easy to forget that the most-watched programs on TV in America are sports broadcasts. In fact, nineteen of America’s twenty all-time most-watched televised events are iterations of the Super Bowl—the only holdout being the series finale of M*A*S*H. Garnering considerable interest from viewers and participants alike all year round, sport has come to be seen as the backbone of American life, with...

TLE Sports Podcast – World Cup Qualifying Special 06.09

</a ></a >Sport News</a > 24/7 By Richard de Winter & David de Winter (Sports Editor) @TLE_Sport  @rgdewinter  @davidjdewinter This week's episode focuses on qualifying for the World Cup.  The boys discuss the chances of the home nations as well as the looking at the other potential qualifiers from around the globe, including the possibility of Syria reaching the finals in Russia next year.  Also, the brothers give their take on the transfer window and the Premier League, revealing their...

TLE Sports Podcast – 10/07/17

Sport News 24/7 By Richard de Winter & David de Winter - Sports Editor @TLE_Sport  @davidjdewinter  @rgdewinter Brothers Richard & David de Winter round-up a busy week of sport starting with the history-making British & Irish Lions drawn test series in New Zealand, England's victory in the first test against South Africa at Lord's, the Wimbledon tennis Championships and finally discuss the first week of the Tour de France.

TLE Sports Podcast – Premier League title race

Sport News 24/7 By Richard de Winter & David de Winter - Sports Editor @TLE_Sport  @rgdewinter  @davidjdewinter In this episode, TLE Sports Editor David de Winter & TLE Sports Columnist Richard de Winter, discuss the denouement to the Premier League, including the title race, the battle for the top 4 and the relegation positions.

TLE Sports Podcast 08.03

Sport News 24/7 By Richard de Winter & David de Winter - Sports Editor @TLE_Sport  @rgdewinter  @davidjdewinter The TLE Sports Podcast returns with David & Richard de Winter.  In this episode they discuss the final two rounds of the RBS Six Nations, England's one-day series with West Indies, Claudio Ranieri's sacking at Leicester, Chelsea's continued saunter to the Premier League title and Arsenal's malaise under Arsene Wenger.

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