Mitchell Ryan

Coventry Blaze: in the hunt for the playoffs

Ice hockey is as volatile as sports come. Coventry Blaze, in the month of March alone, beat the Glasgow Clan 8-1, before crashing in dramatic fashion and going on a run of six consecutive losses. However, a second game against the Clan, which the Blaze won 4-2 away from home,...
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Posted Mar. 31, 2022

The home of upsets: the low-down on the EFL Championship

It’s been another thrilling season of Championship football – clubs have seen drastic turnarounds in their fortunes, with some rocketing up the table unexpectedly, and others sinking like a stone. Some teams have trampled their opposition where others have rolled over dead. This league is renowned for its unpredictability, so...
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Posted Feb. 18, 2022

Sport, COP26, and the climate crisis

Glasgow hosted this year’s COP26, as the powers of the world met to discuss climate change and how best to tackle it. This summit was considered a crucial one, perhaps the most significant yet, with climate change now being branded as a “code red for humanity”. The ongoing climate crisis...
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Posted Dec. 4, 2021

Nuno out, Conte in: where do Spurs go from here?

After just four months at the helm, Nuno Espirito Santo has officially been relieved of his duties as Tottenham Hotspur manager. Speaking in a club statement, Managing Director Fabio Paratici said: “I know how much Nuno and his coaching staff wanted to succeed and I regret that we have had...
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Posted Nov. 4, 2021

Jimmy Greaves: a life in football

A week and a half ago, the football world lost not only one of its most iconic players, but also one of its most lovable characters. Jimmy Greaves, who passed away at the age of 81, was widely viewed as one of the greatest attacking players of all time, and...
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Posted Oct. 1, 2021

The Bees are up: why you should get excited about Brentford

After playoff final heartbreak in 2020, Brentford have finally found their way into the promised land of the Premier League. Goals from Ivan Toney and Emiliano Marcondes, paired with a red card for Jay Fulton, gave the Bees a 2-0 win over Swansea City, seeing them safely into the top...
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Posted Jun. 22, 2021

Why Portugal will defend their crown

Five years ago, Eder struck in the dying embers of extra time, firing Portugal to a triumphant victory in Euro 2016 ahead of home nation France in the process. Since then, however, a lot has changed. France, runners-up in that tournament, were later victorious in the 2018 World Cup in...
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Posted Jun. 15, 2021