For Irish-born football players, signing for a club ‘across the water’ constitutes the ultimate dream. However, very often this dream can quickly turn into a nightmare.
In this series we look at nations that can offer something a little different on the world stage. Episode 1: Mo and Co
Analysing the proverbial elephant known as sport: Assimilating information from a series of inherently limited perspectives
How does our role and the way in which we view sports affect how we perceive (both) the process and outcome?
It seems in German football that there are two directions for success, packing up and heading to Bavaria for the comforts of Bayern Munich, or simply leaving the Bundesliga.
More and more athletes are choosing to lead a vegan lifestyle. Sports Nutritionist Ted Munson outlines his 5 vegan hacks for sports performance.
How the Commonwealth Games provide a path for the improvement of sporting competition as well as both individual and collective performance.
“It’s served its time now, it needs looking at.” SportExamined catches up ex-Super League referee to discuss the place of video referees in sport.
Historian Tony Collins argues rugby league is better placed than most sports to capitalise on the digital revolution – but will it’s cultural and commercial flaws collude to hold it back?
After gender specific sport has plagued our PE lessons for decades, change is starting to take place for the better.
In their most important ever fixture, Lebanon were losing at half time. With the deficit only six points, they had 40 minutes to make history.