UEFA’s 70% rule: How would it impact on Premier League clubs?

UEFA’s proposed limiting of club spending on wages and transfers to a percentage of their revenue in a given season could actually hinder competition. The European governing body have put forward proposals for a 70% cap on spending in these areas, slated to come into force in 2025, and various club owners, including Liverpool’s John […]

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Wigan Athletic chairman offers apology to fans after three point deduction by EFL

The chairman of Wigan Athletic has admitted that “mistakes were made” in the wake of a three point deduction handed to the club by the English Football League. In a statement made on March 21, Talal Al Hammad apologised to Wigan fans, adding that he and the club’s management “are working to put things right”. […]

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Altrincham 1-2 Bromley Match Report: The Robins Slump To Fourth League Defeat in a Row

The Robins slipped to a fourth league defeat in a row after failing to deal with two quick-fire set-piece goals in the first half. Two early goals in the first half just minutes apart was enough for the away side to pick up the win, despite the second-half fightback from Altrincham. Before Bromley took the […]

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Six Nations Preview: Grand Slams and Grudge Matches the order of the weekend

After four rounds of nail-biting rugby, the Six Nations comes to a close this weekend and we are only slightly closer to finding a winner.

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James Anderson and Stuart Broad axed from England’s West Indies squad

By Harry Siddall International Cricketer Jamie Anderson / Creative Commons James Anderson and Stuart Broad have been left out of England’s 16-man squad to tour the West Indies next month, with the legendary pair two of eight casualties from a 4-0 Ashes defeat. In their place, Durham’s Alex Lees and Yorkshire’s Matthew Fisher have received […]

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