Theo Epstein is a star because he values the person as much as the player.
Since retiring in 2013, the storied former Manchester United manager has reinvented himself as something of a guru of leadership.
The only girl in England playing football in the boys’ leagues tells the story behind her unique sporting journey.
You do need at least two syllables, preferably three, which is why English supporters shout ING-GER-LAND when they are at WEM-BUR-LEE.
In both sport and business, players with independent temperaments are often dragged into the middle ground, undermining their value.
Watching the game was grim. Hearing it, too, would only have made it worse.
Barcleys, boots and big names... the Prem is back.
Even as Leeds and Hull Kingston Rovers do battle in the 2015 Challenge Cup final, the century-old conflict between rugby league and rugby union isn’t over.
Not only do we indulge flaws but we often, wrongly, interpret them as the engines of success.
Cricket is famously a team game played by individuals – but it is easy to miss the crucial adjacent fact: a better performance by one player often enhances the performances of the other individuals.
For most Premier League football fans, and it seems like most English people in general, as long as we’re doing okay we don’t mind if the game isn’t fair.
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