The appearance of the gold-medal winning women’s hockey team at the homecoming parade for the Team GB Olympic team re-ignited a struggle going on in the head of Jason Hall, a 37-year-old marketing executive from Balham, [read...]
Technically England’s most successful manager with a ‘win one, lose job’ record, Mr. Allardyce has shown the utmost humility, by exiting with a modest payoff, a wink and a fond farewell. The outgoing manager boasted of his flawless win rate, [read...]
Wayne Rooney has provided a timely reminder to fellow Manchester United players of his value to the team, following his appearance on the subs bench last weekend and ongoing speculation that he is out of favour with new manager Jose Mourinho. [read...]
Sir Bradley Wiggins will set monetary policy and assume responsibility for managing and protecting Great Britain’s reserves of gold, it was announced today. The move comes after the cyclist’s medal success at Rio 2016, which has meant that his stocks of gold now exceed those of the Bank of England. [read...]
British swimmer Ben Green from Leicester has won Bronze in the men’s 50 metre freestyle despite not having to overcome huge adversity to achieve his dream of winning an Olympic medal.
Speaking at a press conference the 21-year-old left reporters dumbfounded when he announced that both of his parents were in the rudest of health and that he himself had never once been at death’s door as a child. [read...]