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In Praise of Martyn Rooney
A big well
done and thank you to Martyn Rooney. The 400m runner proved to be an oasis of
sense in a British Athletics Championships threatening to be side-tracked by a crass,
xenophobic discussion of national identity, opportunity, and the supposedly ‘plast...

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Run, Mo, Run – It’s the Daily Mail!
So Paddy
Power have done this . No surprise really. As befits an online bookmaker,
they have form. Previous Paddy Power ads have played fast and loose with taste
and decency thanks to their rampant sexism and the sort of nationalist
sentiment that wouldn’t ...

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Israel, Palestine, Football


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Notes on the European Games in Baku
1. " Imagine there's no
countries" The
inaugural   European Games   have been held in Bazu, Azerbaijan.
 The opening ceremony, held on June 12th, saw   Lady Gaga   cover John Lennon's   Imagine -  with no sense of
irony at all - in the 68,700 seater Olympic...

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Here Comes the Summer of Sport
Mark
Perryman reviews the best of this Summer’s Sports Books English football’s Premiership (sic),
the best league in the world? The same 4 clubs, well give or take one perhaps,
could be jotted down on a scrap of paper every August with a cast-iron
guarante...

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Liberté, Égalité, Vélocité
Mark Perryman makes the case for a two-wheeled revolution Le
Tour is now as much a fixture of the Great British Sporting Summer as Wimbledon,
strawberries and cream, a flutter on the Derby, England’s bi-annual early exit
from a Euro or a World Cup and the f...

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Liberté, Égalité, Vélocité
Mark Perryman makes the case for a two-wheeled revolution Le
Tour is now as much a fixture of the Great British Sporting Summer as Wimbledon
strawberries and cream, a flutter on the Derby, England’s bi-annual early exit
from a Euro or a World Cup and the fi...

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Lindy Delapenha’s One and Only Goal for Pompey
Portsmouth vs Norwich match report, Portsmouth Evening News, 1950 In 1950 Lindy
Delapenha saved Pompey from an ignominious FA Cup defeat at the hands of lowly
Norwich, yet his name was barely mentioned in the match reports of the local
paper.   Pompey fans
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