The only explanation is . . . our footer must be great and exciting to watch.
The narrative of the fallen abuser is all too familiar: the ruined life that matters is the man’s rather than the woman he raped, hit or killed.
Hunter Davies’s The Fan column.
Ed Smith’s Left Field column.
There is still part of me that hates all this hospitality stuff which every Premiership club now offers.
While there is willingness to tackle other forms of discrimination in the sport, objectifying women is too often shrugged off as just “banter”.
Why was there such deep reluctance to state what was obviously the case – that Ali, a British Asian, was booed by other British Asians?
It is not the job, we are told, of those who regulate football to regulate football. What?
I still can’t believe that Carlisle were ever in England’s premier league – with a small p – yet on 24 August 1974 they were top of Division One, having beaten Chelsea, Spurs and Middlesbrough.
The South African athlete has been cleared of premeditated and second-degree murder.
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