Blogs

Zidane the greatest of all time

Jules Delay weighs in on the ‘Greatest Footballer of All Time’ debate, making the case for French legend Zinedine Zidane

Keeping Kieswetter

After another unsuccessful tour of India, England’s cricketers once again made their wicket keeping dilemma’s the scape-goat for their failures. Beth Jakubowski analyses why dropping Craig Kieswetter was a poor decision from the England management

Six Nations 2013 tournament preview

With the Six Nations less than two weeks away, Beth Jakubowski and George Barrett make their picks for this year’s tournament

Time for University to capitalise on feel-good factor

York is awash with good sporting news at the minute

Pardew sure he’s the man for the job?

After a roundly unsuccessful first half of the season for Newcastle United, Rohan Banerjee assesses whether manager Alan Pardew is right for the job

The end of the line for Mourinho?

Jose Mourinho has not gone a full calendar year without winning at least one trophy since 2002. Will 2013 be the year that the Portuguese maestro finally comes unstuck?

Lampard must learn from Beckham’s mistakes

With Frank Lampard set to leave Chelsea in the summer, Dan Holland asks what the England midfielder should do next

Our Greatest Year

After a year of sport like no other in British history, Beth Jakubowski looks forward to how 2013 can possibly match the legacy of 2012

Lions 2013 ‘Ones to Watch’: Part One

With the 2013 Lions series on the horizon, George Barrett makes an early prediction for his starting XV against Australia

Captain Cook’s Mission Impossible

Against all odds, Alastair Cook led his men to a memorable series victory over India after drawing in Nagpur. Beth Jakubowski assesses how this under pressure England side delivered the most defining moment of English cricket since 1984

Messi needs to move on

With Lionel Messi signing a new contract at Barcelona, Dan Holland argues that the Argentine should consider leaving the Catalan club

When personality prevails

Alex Slingsby argues that Bradley Wiggins’ ability to kick-start Britain’s incredible summer of sport made him a worthy Sports Personality of the Year