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The aftermath of the Women’s World Cup in a post ‘Me Too’ world

During the run-up to the FIFA Women’s World Cup Final in August, the most noticeable rhetoric surrounding the event was the possibility of an increased interest in women’s sport. The…

The Qatar humiliation

With the World Cup commencing in just a few weeks, it seems this year might bring something a little more complicated than the summer nights sipping pints and cheering on…

Scotland return to winning ways against Slovenia

When Scotland manager Gordon Strachan and his players arrived at Hampden for their clash with second placed Slovenia, who had collected eight points from their opening four games, the pressure…

Defoe sets realistic target of making the 2018 World Cup

Last month I wrote an article about British boxer Nicola Adams and argued that, despite her age of 34, she still had a lot to achieve. England footballer Jermain Defoe…

World Cup update has been met with scepticism

It would be an understatement to say that football’s governing body Fifa have had a few controversies over the last few years. Claims of corruption arose from the awarding of…

Scotland’s hopes of qualifying are fading fast

The halt in domestic football across Europe only meant one thing: the international break was upon us again, with Scotland, England, Wales, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland all…