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Lions in a classroom of their own
If it is true that you learn more from losses than you do from wins, then the Lions have the whole of New Zealand to thank for the top-class education they’ve received so far this year. Read full blog
Balancing aesthetic with bottom line
You can probably bet your last hard-earned rand that s Gary Gold is going to refer to his team’s willingness to have a go. Read full blog
How Ranieri outfoxed the world
This time last year, Leicester fans were biting their fingernails in fear of relegation from the EPL. Read full blog
Of robots and golfers
I’m sure many of you have read the article documenting how Tiger Woods’ life unravelled in the wake of his father’s death in 2006. Read full blog
English refereeing exposed
The Premier League deciding game between Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspurs lived up to all the hype. Read full blog
Day/night test saga drags on
It may still be over seven months until the fixture is played but the third test between Australia and South Africa, scheduled to start in Adelaide on November 24, continues to attract a remarkable amount of attention. Read full blog
One game at a time
The players all talk about taking it one game at a time, and there was so much going on at the weekend, it’s hard to come up with a theme, and so I too, will simply take it one game at a time. Read full blog
West Africa should host the 2030 World Cup
I believe that the future holds great promise for Nigeria and that football shall play a big role in creating that future. Read full blog
Men at Work? More like The Easybeats
If there is one thing you don’t want to do this week when buying bread from a man in Brussels, who is six-foot-four and full of muscles, it is talk rugby. Read full blog
Reflecting on the past weekend
New Zealand teams have so far won 20 and drawn one of 25 games against overseas opposition this year, so the Sharks win over the Highlanders should not be sniffed at. Read full blog
The flame is barely flickering
It wasn’t until Beijing in 2008 that I really became captivated by the Olympics. Read full blog
Rennie’s wanderlust should interest Coetzee
The story that should have interested those vested with the task of driving South African rugby forward last week was not one that focused on a local angle, but the one that dealt with the post-Chiefs plans of Dave Rennie. Read full blog
The other side of transformation
There are times when you really have to feel for those rugby administrators who slog behind the scenes at SA Rugby. Read full blog
Arsene Wenger not going anytime soon
I strongly believe that had Chelsea and Jose Mourinho made a better start to the season then Brendan Rodgers would have stayed longer at his job with Liverpool football club. Read full blog
The unwinnable day-nighter
The third test against Australia in Adelaide in November will be a day-nighter after all. Read full blog
Do referees favour certain teams?
The recent controversy over the removal of EPL referee Kevin Friend is still causing shock waves. Read full blog
Like they do on the Discovery Channel
“The hunt is on,” informs the soothing voice of Sir David Attenborough. In the background, dramatic music builds to a crescendo. Read full blog
Bok selection will be fascinating
With the June internationals approaching, thoughts turn to the first test selections of the year. Read full blog
Fifa versus Nigerian courts – stalemate
Once again Nigerian football is in a crisis that has the potential to rock the country to its very foundation. Read full blog
PlayMoreGolf: Helping or hurting?
As a staunch defender of club golf, Michael Todt reserved little else but scorn for ostensibly controversial institutions such as PlayMoreGolf but that may be changing. Read full blog

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