March 2018

Thursday, March 8 2018

Rhian Brewster Opens Up About The Racial Abuse

In various circumstances, there could be so much else to talk if Rhian Brewster pulls up his seat to the first key interview of what promises to be a thrilling career. The young man - or boy, actually - sitting isn't short of highlights when he looks back on 2017. He's a World Cup winner with England's Under-17s, in addition to being the owner of the golden boot trophy from precisely the exact same tournament, and there'll be plenty of other chances, almost certainly, in the future to discuss the star qualities that have established him as one of the rising young hopes of British soccer. Yet we're here, on his request, since he wants to discuss his other adventures over the last year and...

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Paris Saint-Germain Unequivocally Let Their Fans Down

Read headline on Wednesday. On a night when the group's fans had done their best to make a raucous, fiery setting, evincing their view in a comeback to get their side, Paris Saint-Germain unequivocally let their fans down. Overturning Real Madrid's 3-1 lead in the last leg was always going to be a tall order, and the reduction of Neymar to harm was a not inconsiderable barrier, even though his replacement, Ángel Di María was in kind of late. However, it wasn't the elimination itself which stung the most, even after a summer in which the club had spent the better part of $400m, but instead its insipid way. Much like the first leg, there was a chaotic feel to the game, especially in its...

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