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Gurjot Thind

Gurjot Thind is a 4th year History student and former Editor-in-Chief at The Student. His dream job is to either write for The Game or be the guy who plays the trumpet for Rudimental.
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An incredible season to bring character back to the Premier League

Taking off his fittingly-chic glasses to wipe away the tears, Claudio Ranieri walked down the tunnel at the Stadium of Light, knowing that his side would be playing in the…

The Student’s World XI: Team of 2015

In light of FIFA’s announcement of their World XI, our sports writers have produced their own Team of 2015, made up of World Cup winners and some of the best…

Rooney the key dilemma for Hodgson’s England

Having played the football powerhouses of Spain and France in the last fortnight, it is abundantly clear that Roy Hodgson’s side remains years away from winning a major international trophy.…

Struggling United suggests mediocre Van Gaal is less successful than exiled Moyes

Since the departure of Sir Alex Ferguson from Old Trafford two years ago, a thick veil of disappointment, embarrassment and failure has cloaked Manchester United. Two managers in two seasons;…

The Tab humbled and humiliated by The Student

Bragging rights once again went to The Student this Saturday after its footballers inflicted a 4-0 thrashing on a limp and lacklustre Tab Edinburgh side. Early on, the Stevensons showed…

Lance could offer strong insight into cycling’s doping past

Standing atop the Tour De France podium on the Champs Élysées in 2005, Lance Armstrong publicly addressed his critics, saying he felt sorry that cynics of the sport could not…

Songstress wows crowd in intimate venue

Kicking off her new Tough Love tour, Jessie Ware finds herself in front of an Edinburgh crowd that are simply too excited to be witnessing her in the intimate Queen’s…

The Student’s World XI: Team of 2014

In light of FIFA’s Team of the Year, our Sport writers have racked their brains to produce their own World XI featuring some of the greatest players of all time.…