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It was hot and I was late. There was a little tussle and I was soon in the company of the German mil
The trouble with football is that the game lasts only 90 minutes and most of the time not much happe
The Death of Marco Pantani: a biography
Matt Rendell Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 3
He's so tight-lipped that he makes the players nervous
Young Rooney has been fairly good at ringing me
Observations on cycling
Observations on the world cup
England's manager isn't working any magic on the team
The Independent put the question we all needed the answer to: can a middle-class liberal fl
On the surface, any connection between the World Cup and men's mental health week is just a quirk of
Taken from the New Statesman archive, 8 July 1966.
Scepticism about the
Hunter Davies is settling in for the long haul - vino, crisps and pen to hand
There is an art to being a good loser, but master it too well and you're lost
Taken from the New Statesman archive, 16 August 1930.
This appeared a
The Thinking Fan's Guide to the World Cup
Edited by Matt Weiland and Sean Wilsey
At 41, Barry Bonds is stretching towards a last great record. Most people want him to fail
Bursting with talent and eternally tipped as the coming force, African countries won't win this Worl
A missed hoop, a scuffed shot . . . It's all too painful, the moment that can never be rerun
Observations on Iran
A tale of bung culture exposes the Premiership's seamy side
All in the Game (Chan
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 2006
Edited by Matthew Engel John Wisden & Co, 1,
The Hunt Awards for best-dressed man and fairy of the year go to . . .
Talking to Wayne, early on Friday night, I asked how he felt about injuries
Observations on home gyms
On the Corinthian Spirit: the decline of amateurism in sport
D J Taylor Yellow Jersey Press, 1
With the bottle-blonde wives and T-shirted uncles in the players' lounge
Footie managers need a new signalling system. How about semaphore?
Observations on golf
Arsenal may be foreign scum, but I still want them to win in Europe
Taken from the New Statesman archive, 4 April 1925.
Lynd wrote for the