By Finn Vosvenieks
Top UFC welterweight contender Leon Edwards’ long-anticipated return to the octagon ended in an unceremonious fashion after an accidental eye-poke to opponent Belal Muhammad.
The Kingston-born, Birmingham-based fighter was competing for the first time in nearly 2 years since his unanimous decision win over Rafael dos Anjos in July 2019. Continue reading Edwards’ return to ring ends in void
By Frankie Gleed
With nothing but pride to play for, England took on highflying France in what Eddie Jones called “a game for the ages”.
Despite a very disappointing Six Nations campaign so far, England managed to come back against France to win 23-20. France, who have impressed this year after winning their two opening games, started the game strong with a try inside the first two minutes, with Dupont picking up a loose ball to touch down for a try which was then converted by Jalibert. Continue reading England edge France in Six Nations
By Francis Kusi
Gareth Bale is set to miss Spurs clash with Manchester City due to another injury.
The Wales international has been ruled out again with a muscle injury he received in training yesterday evening. Spurs face Premier League leaders Manchester City on Saturday evening, with City 14 points clear of Spurs. Continue reading Gareth Bale injured again
By Francis Kusi-Yeboah
Manchester United are poised to sign Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho before the transfer window closes next week. Continue reading Man Utd look to sign winger Sancho
By Frankie Gleed
With hospitals at breaking point and the government’s chief medical officer warning that the worst is yet to come, the Premier League and the English Football League continue to play, despite record numbers of daily infections and deaths in England.
The Premier League confirmed that there were 36 new positive cases between 4 and 10 January out of 2,593 players and staff tested —the highest number tested since testing began. Continue reading Football plays on through depths of pandemic