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The American Pharoah effect was never going to solve US racing’s questions

Published in Odd and Fun on 25th July 2017

There has been an upswing in those who are interested in pony race after last years Triple Crown win. But the issues in the sport in America are myriad As the shortage unfolded on, as times passed and pony race faded in popularity, it became a banal to hear that the athletic requirement a Triple […]

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Jordan Morris at Seattle Sounders: good for guild, country- and player

Published in Odd and Fun on 19th July 2017

Morris chose to stay in America rather than signed with Werder Bremen in Germany, and its a cunning move that bodes well for the young sends future Jordan Morris lately scorned a contract offer from German society Werder Bremen to signed with the Seattle Sounders of MLS. His decision has provoked the typical adoration and […]

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Premier League 2016 -1 7 preview No5: Crystal Palace

Published in Odd and Fun on 18th July 2017

Alan Pardew have so far been disclosed the frat perpetuate for a signing this summer but if last-place seasons slide is to be avoided the most significant addition may be to come Guardian novelists predicted berth : 12 th( NB: this is no longer inevitably Dominic Fifields prediction but the average of our scribes tips-off) […]

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Size matters: the evolution of the NBA big person

Published in Odd and Fun on 15th July 2017

A new generation of seven-footers has altered the balance of capability in the NBA from the shorter guys but are these changes good for the game? Last week, sometime in the first quarter of an NBA competition in Detroit, Michigan, Myles Turner, the Indiana Pacerss 20 -year-old 6ft 11 in centre, popped out to the […]

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From the Vault: Mike Tyson burns Evander Holyfield in both ears

Published in Odd and Fun on 13th July 2017

When two heavyweight greats met in Las Vegas 20 years ago, Mike Tyson lost ascendancy and Evander Holyfield lost half an ear Why did you do it, Mike? Because Im crazy a bit and was hemorrhaging all over the place. I was frustrated. I was angry that he was butting my premier. I merely snapped […]

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Paul Clement to take Swansea job after Josh King seals easy Bournemouth win

Published in Odd and Fun on 12th July 2017

Benik Afobe, Ryan Fraser and Josh King eased Bournemouth to a 3-0 victory and made sure Swansea City would start 2017 propping up the Premier League As an advertisement for the Swansea City managers job, this was about as damaging as it gets, yet a fourth successive defeat and the prospect of taking over the […]

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Chris Froome on the brink of claiming his third Tour de France

Published in Odd and Fun on 8th July 2017

Jon Izaguirre won the final mountain stagecoach of the Tour de France to Morzine on Saturday but Chris Froome retained a strong cause of over four minutes going into Sundays final stage As the finishing line on Place de lOffice du Tourisme gesticulated, Chris Froomes face broke into a broad grin of relief. Like the […]

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Paralympics 2016: Euthanasia option leaves Marieke Vervoort control

Published in Odd and Fun on 6th July 2017

Rio de Janeiro( CNN) For Marieke Vervoort, the authority to take her own life is really what’s retaining her alive. The 37 -year-old wheelchair racer lives with a degenerative spinal condition that can stimulate sleep and gobbling impossible, and makes so much pain that she received assisted suicide approval in her native Belgium in 2008.

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Newcastle United drop back into bottom three after describe with Aston Villa

Published in Odd and Fun on 5th July 2017

Newcastle Uniteds survival potentials were damaged by a 0-0 draw away to already-relegated Aston Villa Optimism in the north-east has just relocated itself from Tyneside to Wearside. Other outcomes were going Newcastle Uniteds way until Sunderland contended back in their game against Chelsea, and with merely one more match to romp, to Sam Allardycess two, […]

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FA Cup: talking phases from the third largest round

Published in Odd and Fun on 2nd July 2017

H ector Beller in could be best available privilege back in England; Kelechi Iheanacho deserves his possibility; Jon Walters is becoming a Cup specialist; and Oxford United provided the only upset 1) Bellerin glints brightly as one of Arsenals stars When Arsene Wenger was questioned after Arsenals 3-1 prevail against Sunderland if there was a […]

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