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Cheating is a universal human pastime, and is common across all sports. But in some, it could have fatal consequences.
Those who want Arsène Wenger sacked will regret being so horrid to him.
Man United, Man City, Chelsea, Spurs, Arsenal – they all proudly proclaim the names of their official suppliers of beer, betting, doughnuts, coffee, underpants, toilet paper, cars, call girls, condoms.
In Gabon, the current political football is the sport itself.
Inside the ground, it’s understandable that officials are given grief, but after the match it reveals an ignorant, indignant entitlement.
China’s attempt to disrupt the global football market lacks one crucial element: love for the game.
Yorkshire historically acted as a counterweight to the dominance of southern elites, in sport as in politics and culture. Now, things are different.
My week, from why we should “keep on running” to mansplaining in the Commons.
From the boardroom to the sports ground, managers need to step back for creativity to thrive.
No point putting out a story saying that Chelsea got stuffed 19-1 by Spurs. Who would believe it, even if Donald Trump tweeted it?
Across the political spectrum, the New Statesman introduces you to the personalities who shape our world. Where else would you find Jeremy Corbyn, Tony Blair and Theresa May in the same place?