The Leicester City manager’s sharp tactical brain has emerged from behind the quirks and the cashmere.
He is part of a new golden age for British boxing, yet his traveller background means he is still not considered to be “one of us”.
Why do men try to hide their bald spots? Is it vanity, pride, the fear of being seen as less macho, lack of confidence?
Untroubled by history, Rome’s sportsmen and women play their games in Mussolini’s stadiums.
In the four different places I stayed, on Saturdays and Sundays, I was able to walk to a sports bar and watch a live game, any live Prem game of my choice.
The tournament has played out against a backdrop of Indian nationalism, on the ascent since the BJP, a party with a strong Hindu nationalist tinge, won their first general election.
Reproductive technology – like that used by the footballer to have children – is not a progressive solution to the way childbearing subjugates women.
How a survivor of child abuse redefined the limits of athletic endurance.
It’s a convenient refuge for coaches and bosses across sport and business, but “they’re all leaders” is analogous with adding “executive” to everyone’s job title.
Part of the fascination of Wenger’s Arsenal is the way an institution can come to resemble a dominant person, with the same blind spots and omissions.
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