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Zlatan Ibrahimovic and the MLS

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American soccer continues to grow on an international scale: Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s huge impact in American soccer, both on and off the field. Just under two months on from his official unveiling as an LA Galaxy player, Zlatan Ibrahimovic is already looking back to his old self. The big Swedish star introduced himself to America in… Read more »

NFL International Series – London

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NFL International Series – London The National Football League, ever since its foundation in 1920, has undoubtedly grown to establish itself as America’s most prized sport, with the nation treating any football occasion like a cup final. To many sporting fans outside of America, the NFL can at times appear like something out of a… Read more »

The 2018 US Open Tennis Championships

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A tournament that holds all the right ingredients for both upsets, dominance and of course, history making. The fourth and final major Grand Slam event of the calendar year is set to commence this August, when the US Open takes centre stage at the USTA National Tennis Center. The largest tennis tournament in America is… Read more »

NFL Preview 18/19 season

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18/19 NFL Preview   A jam packed football schedule, one destined to provide spectators with exhilarating and thrilling events. With the 99th season of the NFL set to commence this September, football fans across America are already planning their trips and tickets, following the announcement of this season’s schedule. The opening game of the National… Read more »

The Cincinnati Masters

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This Augusts Western & Southern Open – An exhilarating and unpredictable affair   The Cincinnati Masters, being the oldest ever tennis tournament to be hosted at its original city in the United States, is set to mark its 119th anniversary this coming August, for its usual hosting of both the ATP and WTA Tours. Famously… Read more »

Rogers Cup 2018

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Zverev and Svitolina will both be desperate of a repeat of 2017. In the build up to this year’s annual Rogers Cup, tennis fans across the globe will certainly become familiar with the phrase ‘unpredictable.’ Across the last five years, in both the men and women’s singles competition, the tournament has remarkably witnessed ten different… Read more »

Anthony Joshua

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Anthony Joshua must step out of his comfort zone and bring the fight to Wilder in                                                                              Vegas… Read more »

Rafael Nadal

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The King of Clay tipped to win a historic 11th French Open this coming May. With the upcoming French Open now just over 6 weeks away, the second of Four Grand Slam events of 2018 is destined to be a historical one, with a potential prize winning fee of €2.2m being up for grabs. It… Read more »

Italian Cup Final 2018, a preview

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Juventus vs AC Milan, the Italian Cup Final – 9/05/18 Stadio Olimpico – Rome, a preview Will the domination of Juventus continue to reign over Italy or will Gattusos men bring back the glory days to AC Milan? Gennaro Gattuso will be facing his ex-manager Massimiliano Allegri, when the two clash in The Italian Cup… Read more »

Visit Valencia

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Visit Valencia and see the two totally different sides to the third largest city in Spain. The old town has wonderful architecture and narrow streets, and the City of Arts & Sciences has sleek, modern buildings which stand out for miles. The port city of Valencia lies on Spain’s southeastern coast, where the Turia River meets… Read more »