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FIFA World Cup: Day Two column

As Ronaldo steals the show again, Chay Quinn ponders when football might finally come home

FIFA World Cup 2018: Day One column

Chay Quinn talks Cheryshev, corruption and family tradition after the first day of action in Russia 2018

Spain in crisis as Lopetegui is sacked two days before World Cup opener.

Spain have sacked their manager, Julen Lopetegui, just two days before their vital World Cup match against group and Iberian…

The perils of dreaming to be a pro footballer

York student Graham Rush recalls his time at Cambridge United FC and the emphasis placed on football over education

No luck, just data: predicting the NFL draft

Predicting the potential of the players in this year’s dramatic NFL draft is not down to coincidence

Teammates: Riding Club

Nouse Sport talks to Riding Team Captain Ellie Fells

Sports Editor’s Comment: Roses Edition

At 08:55 on the Friday of Roses I could  be  seen  sprinting  down  Main  Street  armed  with  two  bags,  a …

Sports Editors Comment: Roses Edition

Roses is a festival of sport.  I was told this before arriving in Lancaster and I didn’t expect it to…

Three lions on the shirt: where did it all go wrong?

12 years on from England’s last knockout win, the country is apathetic. How do we begin to fix this?

Uncertain future for controversial sports app

Infant sports app ProTeam has been on campus for six months, but to what extent has it been successful?

Pardew latest casualty in manager merry-go-round that excludes younger coaches

The recent sacking of West Brom manager Alan Pardew is yet another sign that Premier League clubs should stop recycling older, waning managers and instead put their trust in younger English managers, argues Jordan McWilliam

Anthony Joshua sees off Joseph Parker on points in damp squib

ANTHONY JOSHUA ASCENDED to WBA, IBF and WBO world heavyweight champion last night as he fought to a unanimous points…