1. EPL Transfer Window: 5 Biggest Winners from the Transfer Deadline

    Transfer day deadlines are always fun and exciting. You get shocking moves in this day which will eventually affect the course of the entire season. This past deadline, too, had the makings for such possibilities...

    Sriram Ilango Written by Sriram Ilango about 3 years ago 518 reads 0 comments

  2. Manchester United: 5 Reasons for the Success of United's Youngsters

    Last year's Premier League top scorer Dimitar Berbatov's place in the starting XI is in clear dilemma. Leave that out, he didn't even get a substitute place in the 2010/11 UEFA Champions ...

    Sriram Ilango Written by Sriram Ilango about 3 years ago 1,240 reads 0 comments

  3. Joey Barton's Hall of Shame: Listing the Disgraceful Acts Commited by Barton

    Joey Barton is definitely not the person who you can bank on. In an important game he could leave you with 10 men in the pitch by getting sent off. Although a wonderful footballer, Barton just can't keep his anger inside the lid...

    Sriram Ilango Written by Sriram Ilango about 3 years ago 11,593 reads 63 comments

  4. Manchester United : 5 Players Who Will Be Pivotal in Their Title Defense

    Manchester United is undoubtedly the team that you have to beat to win the Premier League this season. With the additions of Phil Jones, Ashley Young and David de Gea, the champions are rock solid in all areas...

    Sriram Ilango Written by Sriram Ilango about 3 years ago 2,327 reads 5 comments

  5. Arsenal : 6 Ways to Show the World That You Are a Gunner

    Arsenal is a club with rich history and an array of relentless fans who come in to support the Gunners notwithstanding the results of the matches...

    Sriram Ilango Written by Sriram Ilango about 3 years ago 2,211 reads 36 comments

  6. Tennis' Current State from the Prespective of a Roger Federer Fan

    Yes. I'm a Roger Federer fan, and this article is intended to be written in that way. Well, I might have written a standard article on the current state of tennis, but it would ...

    Sriram Ilango Written by Sriram Ilango about 3 years ago 969 reads 20 comments

  7. The 10 Greatest Manchester United Players of the Sir Alex Ferguson Era

    Sir Alex Ferguson has been the major storyline in English club football for well over two decades now. With 47 major league trophies, he is one of the most decorated football managers in England...

    Sriram Ilango Written by Sriram Ilango about 3 years ago 29,929 reads 18 comments

  8. Manchester United: 5 Players They Cannot Afford to Lose

    Manchester United have been very active on the transfer window this season. They have already bagged Phil Jones, Ashley Young and David de Gea and are looking to add more to their roster...

    Sriram Ilango Written by Sriram Ilango about 3 years ago 5,006 reads 30 comments

  9. Wimbledon 2011 Aftermath: Novak Djokovic's Time To Dominate Men's Tennis?

    Wimbledon 2011 was Novak Djokovic 's fifth win in five finals against Rafael Nadal in 2011. The 125th champion of the All-England Lawn Tennis Club has lightning movements, great ...

    Sriram Ilango Written by Sriram Ilango about 3 years ago 2,408 reads 63 comments

  10. Wimbledon 2011: 6 Major Storylines Heading into the First Day of Action

    Wimbledon 2011 is here. As always, there are various scenarios and sequences that might happen during this great tennis tournament...

    Sriram Ilango Written by Sriram Ilango about 3 years ago 360 reads 0 comments

  11. The 10 Greatest Rivalries in the Sport of Tennis

    We watch Federer and Nadal battle it out time after time not only because it is a great match up but it gives us a kick which other games don't. Why? It is probably because of the history these two share with each other...

    Sriram Ilango Written by Sriram Ilango about over 3 years ago 1,341 reads 4 comments

  12. Ryan Giggs' Story: The Mercurial Talent of Manchester United

    Manchester United fans have had a great question in their minds for decades. "Who is the greatest player of their club?" Well, it has been put to a rest at least for this time being...

    Sriram Ilango Written by Sriram Ilango about over 3 years ago 1,114 reads 1 comments

  13. Wimbledon 2011: Rafael Nadal's Time to Shed the 'King of Clay' Title?

    The very fact that Rafael Nadal has won six out of his 10 major titles on the clay of Paris misrepresents his dominance as the best player across all surfaces...

    Sriram Ilango Written by Sriram Ilango about over 3 years ago 1,591 reads 30 comments

  14. Xavi Hernandez Story: The Evolution of a Midfield Maestro

    Xavi when looked at from a distance will not look like a footballer at all. He is short and kind of stout. Yet, he is probably the most important member of the two most influential teams of the recent past...

    Sriram Ilango Written by Sriram Ilango about over 3 years ago 7,758 reads 34 comments

  15. Andy Murray and Tennis' 10 Best Players Never to Win a Grand Slam Tournament

    Grand Slams are the defining points of a person's tennis career. We remember Roger Federer , Pete Sampras, Rafael Nadal , Martina Navratilova and Steffi Graf not just because they are very good players, but because they are great Grand Slam champions...

    Sriram Ilango Written by Sriram Ilango about over 3 years ago 3,941 reads 0 comments

  16. Roger Federer vs Rafael Nadal Live Blog: Game by Game Analysis

    Here it is! The biggest tennis game of the year perhaps. Rafael Nadal now has the chance to equal Bjorn Borg's record of six French Open titles but in order to do this, he has to defeat his nemesis, Roger Federer , first...

    Sriram Ilango Written by Sriram Ilango about over 3 years ago 1,703 reads 245 comments

  17. Roger Federer vs Rafael Nadal: Top 5 Matches of This Never Ending Rivalry

    The Rivalry between Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal has been the main storyline in men's tennis for more than half a decade now. But this year, it seemed different...

    Sriram Ilango Written by Sriram Ilango about over 3 years ago 4,508 reads 10 comments

  18. Five Most Significant Men's Tennis Matches of the Modern Era

    Over the years, tennis has seen thousands of matches. But there were a few that could have lasted long, that could have scripted a player's career in a particular way and those which could have changed the way we see tennis...

    Sriram Ilango Written by Sriram Ilango about 4 years ago 2,707 reads 38 comments

  19. John McEnroe Tops List of 10 Best Serve and Volleyers of Modern Era

    Serve and volley players are probably the most fearless players in Tennis. They come to the nets constantly without having any second thoughts. Physically, serve and volley players are tough and extremely quick...

    Sriram Ilango Written by Sriram Ilango about 4 years ago 17,402 reads 17 comments

  20. Spain vs. Netherlands 2010: Getting to Know the Key Battles of the Final

    Ah, yes—the final is here! This is what every football fan has been waiting for. Thirty-two teams started the competition on June the 11th, and only one will stand tall on July the 11th...

    Sriram Ilango Written by Sriram Ilango about 4 years ago 3,350 reads 4 comments

  21. The Top 10 Funniest Moments in World Cup History

    The World Cup can provide a spectrum of emotions. Comedy doesn't always spring to mind, but there has been a rich seam of rib tickling incidents ever since Jules Rimet set fire to his own hat to mark the official start of the inaugural 1930 tournament...

    Sriram Ilango Written by Sriram Ilango about 4 years ago 2,542 reads 0 comments

  22. Roger Federer's 2009 Compared to Rafael Nadal's 2010

    Federer and Nadal may be the two words on top of the 21st century's tennis vocabulary. The last two years have been of great significance to these two men. These 730 odd days have scripted their life in a way that most of us would have never imagined...

    Sriram Ilango Written by Sriram Ilango about 4 years ago 1,534 reads 54 comments

  23. 10 Underachievers in Tennis Over the Past Decade

    Underachievers are basically players who had the talent but never played to their full potential. You can find them in any sport but tennis is certainly the most common place of underachievers...

    Sriram Ilango Written by Sriram Ilango about 4 years ago 8,947 reads 20 comments

  24. Wimbledon 2010 Men's Semifinals: Preview and Prediction

    After a gap of seven years, the name Roger Federer will not be on the semifinal line up of Wimbledon. Other than the man who beat him, the other three semifinalists are sort of given...

    Sriram Ilango Written by Sriram Ilango about 4 years ago 1,542 reads 8 comments

  25. 2010 World Cup Quarterfinals: What Lies Ahead for the Top Eight Teams?

    Only three more rounds until we see a new World Cup champion! Only three more rounds until the lives of the 23 players on the winning roster change forever. As the World Cup comes to a close, we only have eight more teams remaining...

    Sriram Ilango Written by Sriram Ilango about 4 years ago 2,101 reads 2 comments