1. Huntelaar Or Chamakh: Who Is a Better Replacement For Adebayor?

    As Adebayor's departure seems inevitable, Arsene Wenger is deep in search of a replacement for the Togo striker...

    Sean Kelly Written by Sean Kelly about 5 years ago 367 reads 9 comments

  2. The Danny Cipriani Saga!

    Who would of thought after young Danny Cipriani's full debut for England against Ireland in 2008, that he would now technically be England's fifth choice fly half...

    Sean Kelly Written by Sean Kelly about over 5 years ago 127 reads 1 comments

  3. Cardiff Loses in Semifinal Disaster as Penalty Shootout Is Criticised

    How many times has the loyal football fan been hung onto the edge of their seat as they watch the most nerving penalty shootout? It has now become a familiar piece of entertainment in the footballing world, yet it was the rugby fans turn this time...

    Sean Kelly Written by Sean Kelly about over 5 years ago 53 reads 2 comments

  4. Lions Choose Bulk to Take on Springboks!

    When selecting the lucky 37 to venture to South Africa in search of a famous win, Ian McGeechan had two options; pick the best players in each position and aim to play open expansive rugby, or choose bulk and defend your way to a series win...

    Sean Kelly Written by Sean Kelly about over 5 years ago 43 reads 0 comments

  5. Ireland Claim Rugby Grand Slam

    A lot has changed since I last wrote on here (even though it's only been a few weeks). Sadly, I haven't really had the time to add my usual input to Bleacher Report, what with college work and being run down with the flu...

    Sean Kelly Written by Sean Kelly about over 5 years ago 104 reads 1 comments

  6. Will Someone Please Tell Martin Johnson It's 2009?

    Sometimes perhaps I tend to look into things too much, maybe I tend to talk rubbish most of the time, or maybe in a similar fashion to Martin Johnson I mentally still live in 2003...

    Sean Kelly Written by Sean Kelly about over 5 years ago 167 reads 2 comments

  7. Can Andrei Arshavin Solve Arsenal's Poor Form?

    It's a frustrating time to be a Arsenal fan, to say the least. Hopes of the regular Champions League spot seem to be in threat with Aston Villa currently flying high...

    Sean Kelly Written by Sean Kelly about over 5 years ago 615 reads 8 comments

  8. England vs Italy: My XV to Get England Off to the Perfect Six Nations Start!

    Still somewhat confused about some of Martin Johnson's selections, I sat here (still in my perplexed state) and thought, if I were in Mr...

    Sean Kelly Written by Sean Kelly about over 5 years ago 316 reads 0 comments

  9. Matt Stevens: What's the Right Punishment?

    The word of mouth this week seems to be the shock of Matt Stevens admittance to failing a drug test. The Bath front-rower has claimed to now have a drug problem and will start counselling sessions to overcome his addiction...

    Sean Kelly Written by Sean Kelly about over 5 years ago 67 reads 1 comments

  10. Key Players Overlooked by Martin Johnson for Six Nations

    Olly Barkley, Matt Banahan, Dan Hipkiss, Topsy Ojo, Jordan Crane, Michael Lipman, and Stefon Armitage. After reading that list, hopefully you'd expect all those players to be inclusions in Martin Johnson's squad...

    Sean Kelly Written by Sean Kelly about over 5 years ago 84 reads 0 comments

  11. Here's to Jason White, a Sale Great!

    For some reason I've always had this fascination with Sale Sharks. It may be due to Jason Robinson. Billy Whizz was one of my first major rugby inspirations, I watched his dancing feet with amazement as he left defenders in his wake...

    Sean Kelly Written by Sean Kelly about over 5 years ago 56 reads 2 comments

  12. Danny Cipriani: What's a Boy To Do?

    England star Danny Cipriani is still yet to sign a contract with club London Wasps, leaving a question mark over his future...

    Sean Kelly Written by Sean Kelly about over 5 years ago 109 reads 0 comments

  13. England Rugby Slump To Sloppy Loss Against Average Aussies

    I'm sure as all of you may have experienced by now, all good things will eventually come to their end. How long the good thing may last usually depends, but you can assure yourself it will...

    Sean Kelly Written by Sean Kelly about almost 6 years ago 295 reads 0 comments

  14. England Need a Good Start To Autumn Tests.

    A new coach. A new captain, and ultimately a new start. The tour of hell to New Zealand, in which a number of England players were lowered to the level of "serious sex allegations", can now be banished - a seriously dark time for England rugby...

    Sean Kelly Written by Sean Kelly about almost 6 years ago 148 reads 3 comments

  15. Lions Appoint Gatland, Edwards, and Howley To Help Take On Springboks

    The summer of 2009 fast approaches and one thing is cemented in the thoughts of Rugby fans alike—the Lions tour...

    Sean Kelly Written by Sean Kelly about almost 6 years ago 168 reads 1 comments

  16. Heineken Cup: How This Weekend Could Scuplt Bath's Whole Season

    The Heineken Cup is always a spectacle. Whether you're a player, coach, or a fan. Certain things can only make this spectacle even greater than already possible...

    Sean Kelly Written by Sean Kelly about almost 6 years ago 686 reads 0 comments

  17. Guinness Premiership: The ELV's Are Not the Problem

    When two giant teams like Leicester and Wasps go head to head, you expect a brave encounter high scoring, or at least quality play and with both teams giving their all. I'm afraid this was not the case when they both met at Adams Park last Friday...

    Sean Kelly Written by Sean Kelly about almost 6 years ago 517 reads 2 comments

  18. Autumn Internationals: How England Can Beat the Tri-Nations

    Martin Johnson has yet to still start his reign as manager. His time to manage his first game comes this Autumn with possibly three of the hardest matches any team could play...

    Sean Kelly Written by Sean Kelly about almost 6 years ago 584 reads 3 comments

  19. Danny Cipriani Gives Us All a Reason to be Happy

    England golden boy is on this way back for injury, and possibly making a return in the Premiership clash with title rivals Bath on October 1...

    Sean Kelly Written by Sean Kelly about almost 6 years ago 428 reads 0 comments

  20. London Wasps' Woes Continue: What's the Problem?

    Obviously it is too early in the season to cast away a team like London Wasps as possible champions, considering being in a 10th placed abyss at christmas last season, but still having the guts and determination to come back to steal the show...

    Sean Kelly Written by Sean Kelly about almost 6 years ago 452 reads 0 comments

  21. Help for Heroes: Rugby Stars to Raise Money for Iraq Veterans

    All eyes will be on Twickenham this Saturday as some of the greatest of the game meet for one last time, in the aid of the British Service personnel...

    Sean Kelly Written by Sean Kelly about 6 years ago 819 reads 0 comments

  22. Guinness Premiership: Ben Herring Hot, London Wasps Not

    The second week of the Guinness Premiership has gotten under way, with Bath losing to Gloucester at the Rec for the first time in 20 years, and London Wasps losing again. I will now go through all the hot bits and all the not so hot bits...

    Sean Kelly Written by Sean Kelly about 6 years ago 450 reads 1 comments

  23. Guinness Premiership: What's Hot and What's Not This Week?

    The Guinness Premiership was finally back on our screens (well only two games were, plus ITV highlights) and all the teams got stuck into their first game under the new E.L.V's...

    Sean Kelly Written by Sean Kelly about 6 years ago 390 reads 1 comments

  24. The Players to look out for this season in Guinness Premiership.

    As you may or may not know this weekend is the start of the long awaited first games in the Guinness Premiership. It is the first chance to see the new E.L.V's in action, promising to make our already enthralling game even faster...

    Sean Kelly Written by Sean Kelly about 6 years ago 1,074 reads 0 comments

  25. At the "Centre" of England's Attack Problem

    Once again, the boredom of my summer has led me to talk about Johnson's England era. Having already put forward my opinions on who should be England's playmaker, I now will go on to who will England's centre partnership be...

    Sean Kelly Written by Sean Kelly about 6 years ago 355 reads 3 comments