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Jonathan Liew is a sports writer at the Guardian
In a time of crisis, what can sporting leadership tell us about the real thing?
Having craved Mike Ashley’s departure for years, fans are not too squeamish about who might replace him.
The league doesn't just fear short-term financial pain, but losing its hold on the daily lives of millions of fans.
When people describe “sport” they are invariably referring to men’s sport. The big stuff. The stuff that drives the revenue.
The evisceration of the calendar has been a weirdly disorienting disruption.
Bird’s stated mission is to do for the chicken shop what Byron did for the burger joint: reinvent it for a more affluent clientele.
The club has never quite managed to shed the rags of restless victimhood.
The modern news economy thrives on argument, polarisation and shock value.
Last month, Liverpool announced it would be the first sports team in the world to launch its own YouTube membership subscription.
Numerous inebriated posh English blokes clambered over each other to tell him what a legend he was.