IN AN INTERVIEW with Parkinson in 1971, about six months after his first professional loss by the gloves of Joe Fraizer, Ali admitted he didn’t box because he enjoyed it; he merely used it as aRead More
LEAVING it to the penultimate minute of full time, an injury plagued Wales dashed hopes of a first away win in a decade for the visiting Northern Irish.
In a friendly organised to test the mettle of theRead More
HERE at the good ship A.S.M we can admit when we’ve got something wrong, and we did not get the Six Nations right. Well, Jim got close.
Saturday’s action was exactly what fans had been longing forRead More
A SECOND Consecutive World Club Series whitewash gives powers that be in English game plenty to ponder. National Rugby League (NRL) teams are so far ahead that the 3-0 sweep (114-28 on aggregate – but who’s counting?)Read More
THE UEFA Europa League is the best representation of European football and it is sorely undervalued by British Football fans and clubs up and down the isle. This undeniable fact reflects poorly upon us as a footballRead More
After the World Cup seeing none of the Home Nations progress beyond the quarter-finals, all six countries will be eager to prove themselves on the international stage this year during the Six Nations, which is nowRead More
THE RUGBY World Cup still remains in the mind of fans of all the home nations. Not that surprising given it ended less than four months ago, but with the biggest upsets in the tournament’s historyRead More
Aquatic sports have missed out on Sports Personality recognition. Again.
According to Sport England 2.69m people swam for a minimum of thirty minutes once a week in the twelve months October 2013 to October 2014.
Swimmers missed outRead More