1. Arsenal Transfer News: Marco Verratti a Must-Sign Target for Gunners

    Arsenal are looking to strengthen their midfield resources with a summer move for Paris Saint-Germain's Marco Verratti , according to Liam Prenderville of the Mirror ...

    Tristan Barclay Written by Tristan Barclay about 4 months ago 8,393 reads 43 comments

  2. 5 Reasons Why It Is so Important Atletico Madrid Win a Title This Season

    Atletico Madrid currently top La Liga by one point with six games to play. Wednesday they host Barcelona in the second leg of their Champions League quarter-final, with the tie standing at 1-1...

    Tristan Barclay Written by Tristan Barclay about 4 months ago 3,036 reads 5 comments

  3. Ranking the Top 8 Champions League Second-Leg Comebacks

    The Champions League threw up its usual supply of excitement with the first round of the quarter-final stage, leaving the likes of Chelsea and Borussia Dortmund in need of extraordinary comebacks in the second leg to have any chance of progressing...

    Tristan Barclay Written by Tristan Barclay about 5 months ago 59,160 reads 30 comments

  4. UCI World Championships 2014: Cyclists Going for Gold in Colombia

    The cream of the world cycling crop will descend on Cali in Colombia tomorrow for the UCI World Championships 2014. With so much talent in one velodrome, the race for gold is going to be tight no matter what the discipline...

    Tristan Barclay Written by Tristan Barclay about 6 months ago 631 reads 0 comments

  5. Champions League 2014 Round of 16: Teams That Have Most to Lose

    Let's be honest, when the biggest prize in club football is on the line, every team involved has a huge amount to lose. But this year, in the Champions League 2014 round of 16, things are slightly different...

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  6. Six Nations Championship 2014: Key Matchups Going into Round 4

    The Six Nations Championship 2014 is balanced on a knife edge, with four teams still in the race for the title. Ireland, England, Wales and France have all taken two wins from three, with only points difference separating the rugby powerhouses...

    Tristan Barclay Written by Tristan Barclay about 6 months ago 813 reads 0 comments

  7. Champions League Fixtures 2014: Breaking Down Remaining Round of 16 Clashes

    Wednesday night's Champions League last 16 fixtures saw wins for defending champions Bayern Munich away to Arsenal and joint La Liga leaders Atletico Madrid away to AC Milan. Tuesday night saw Barcelona win comfortably away to 10-man Manchester City.

    Tristan Barclay Written by Tristan Barclay about 6 months ago 4,487 reads 0 comments

  8. Manchester United Transfer Rumours: Red Devils Must Land Ilkay Gundogan

    Manchester United 's season is as good as over. They are seventh in the Premier League, out of the FA Cup, and a miracle short of winning the Champions League...

    Tristan Barclay Written by Tristan Barclay about 6 months ago 17,206 reads 62 comments

  9. Where Does Brian O'Driscoll Rank Among Greatest Irish Sportsmen?

    Brian O'Driscoll is almost half-way through his final RBS Six Nations for Ireland. The centre has amassed 138 Test caps in an international career that spans nearly 16 years...

    Tristan Barclay Written by Tristan Barclay about 6 months ago 2,645 reads 1 comments

  10. Six Nations 2014: Scouting Luther Burrell

    Luther Burrell burst onto the England scene a fortnight ago with a try on his debut against France in Paris...

    Tristan Barclay Written by Tristan Barclay about 6 months ago 948 reads 2 comments

  11. Six Nations Rugby: Best Punch-Ups in Tournament History

    Two weeks into the 2014 RBS Six Nations, it's clear this is going to be one of the most hotly contested championships in years...

    Tristan Barclay Written by Tristan Barclay about 6 months ago 3,887 reads 0 comments

  12. Six Nations 2014: 10 Biggest Talking Points Entering Matchday Two

    The first weekend of the RBS Six Nations 2014 produced some gripping rugby as nations competed for opening day bragging rights. A confident Italy gave Wales a good run for their money in Cardiff...

    Tristan Barclay Written by Tristan Barclay about 7 months ago 694 reads 2 comments

  13. Six Nations: Biggest Blunders in Tournament History

    When England debutant Jack Nowell slipped on his backside in the 17th minute of his side's clash with France last weekend, he inducted himself into a dubious hall of fame...

    Tristan Barclay Written by Tristan Barclay about 7 months ago 5,544 reads 2 comments

  14. Reasons Why Toulon Can Win the Heineken Cup

    With all eight quarter-final slots now filled, the Heineken Cup moves into its knockout phase. All eyes now turn to the teams that have a chance of winning the biggest prize in European rugby...

    Tristan Barclay Written by Tristan Barclay about 7 months ago 298 reads 0 comments