By Patrick Henry November has come around and Poppy season is in full flow in British football which can only mean one thing. The vilification of Irish Catholics, in the stands, in the dugouts and on the pitch. Jerseys become emblazoned with a red poppy to commemorate British military personnel who lost their lives in conflicts since World War One, raising money for the … [Read more...] about Opinion: Anti – Irish sentiment, the last acceptable form of racism in British sport
The life of an athlete is a tough one. Hours of training, multiple sacrifices and utmost dedication are needed to reach the top of your game. … [Read more...] about Is there too many demands on sports people and a lack of outlets for them when they retire?