This season has been a new chapter, and a very productive one, in the life of number eight Matt Kvesic. The youngster has completed his debut season at Gloucester after his move from Worcester and earned his first England cap under Stuart Lancaster in a 32-3 win over Argentina last year. Read More »
You might be surprised to know that Richard did not have anything to do with the 2006 World Cup Final. He didn’t get head-butted by Zinedine Zidane. He didn’t score a penalty and he didn’t make an assist. He didn’t assist an assist. We cannot prove, however, that he hasn’t at some point held the World Cup. What we can say regarding Richard and Italy is that he has ludicrously placed a world cup bet on Betway.com for Italy to win in Brazil in 2014.
Professionally, Richard graduated from Staffordshire University with a degree in Sports PR and Journalism and is interested in most sports, with a main passion for football and golf.
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Dean Windass eats, sleeps and breathes Hull City.From beginning his Hull career at the age of 22 in front of 3,500 people at Boothferry Park, he went into club folklore when he struck a volley against Bristol City to send Hull to the Premier League for the first time. Read More »
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Peter Reid had just woken up at the Royal Lancaster Hotel in Bayswater, London, with nothing but a severe headache.He thought he had lost his FA Cup winners medal less than 24 hours after receiving it before Adrian Heath’s father found it and gave it back to him. Read More »