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Tiger the best out of Nigeria
At one time there were eight world titles in boxing, and Dick Tiger was an undisputed double world champion. Read full blog
Golf equipment: cause for concern?
It's been a peculiar period for TaylorMade, with oodles of good news interspersed with the 'less good'. Read full blog
Ajax could be United’s worst nightmare
In the early 1970s, a refreshingly new set of young Dutch players, led by the now late, but still legendary Johan Cruijff, mesmerised and dominated European football. Read full blog
FA to bring in retrospective bans
The English Football Association (the FA) is to introduce retrospective bans for players found guilty of diving or feigning injury from the start of next season (2017/2018), it has been revealed. Read full blog
2030 - West Africa’s World Cup?
Perhaps 2030 will provide West Africa with an opportunity to host the world's greatest sporting event. Read full blog
The rise and fall of family time
It is amazing to think it is almost 20 years since Gary Kirsten changed the way this country’s administrators viewed wives, partners and families joining their men on overseas tours. Read full blog
Dingaan one of the best
In a recent issue of Boxing News, the British weekly magazine that was founded in 1909 by the original editor John Murray, they published a list of the ten greatest African fighters of all time. Read full blog
Sevens wonders of the world
Whatever gulf there may be, as discussed last week, is soon to become a moot point. Read full blog
Positive three months ahead for Proteas
The Proteas will spend the next three months in the UK competing in several different competitions. Read full blog
Kings have demonstrated their potential
The sudden popularity of the Southern Kings after their unexpected run of victories has been a heart-warming challenge to that old theory that if you give a dog a bad name it will keep it. Read full blog
A spectacular upset
And so, Louis Oosthuizen’s wait for glory on US soil goes on. In fact, he’s accrued just the one victory anywhere in the world since defending his Volvo Golf Champions title in 2014. Read full blog
N'Golo Kanté not my choice
At the end of the 1999 season in England and after a titanic battle with one of the best Arsenal teams of the Wenger era, Manchester United won the league and the FA Cup double. Read full blog
Lucky omen for Boks, but first things first
Being drawn in the same pool as New Zealand may be seen by some as a bad thing for the Springboks, but there are several reasons why it should be seen as the opposite. Read full blog
First class? More like coach...
“If you don’t have something nice to say, say nothing at all”. That is the way our mothers taught us, and of course they were always right Read full blog
IPL owners aim for a piece of SA T20 pie
Among the almost 60 bids for the eight franchise teams were at least three from IPL franchises eager to claim more exposure for their brands and sponsors. Read full blog
Bridging the gulf
There’s a lot of talk about a gulf between New Zealand and the rest in Super Rugby. Read full blog
Nigeria once had a world-class stadium
A recent conversation on the National Stadium in Lagos reminded me of another even bigger sports infrastructural disaster in Nigeria. Read full blog
Are SA Super Rugby teams fit enough?
With three of South Africa’s Super Rugby franchises losing to their New Zealand counterparts this past weekend alone, the question has once again been raised as to the conditioning of local franchises. Read full blog
Are SA Super Rugby teams fit enough?
With three of South Africa’s Super Rugby franchises losing to their New Zealand counterparts this past weekend alone, the question has once again been raised as to the conditioning of local franchises. Read full blog
Slow on the uptake
"American referees are not as intimidating as the European referees. That’s what I like about the European Tour." Read full blog

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Ajax could be United’s worst nightmare
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Neil Manthorp
The rise and fall of family time
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Tony Johnson
Sevens wonders of the world
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FA to bring in retrospective bans
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