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IT is good to see Chris Pennell still on the England radar.
“I’M not usually one for criticising referees but...”
IT’S often said that the Premier League is the best competition in the world.
WITH the dawn of 2015, what do the next 12 months have in store for Worcester's leading teams.
FOOTBALL is morally bankrupt.
IF ever proof was needed of the gulf that exists between football’s haves and have nots, Manchester City have provided it.
IT is not every day that a goal scored by a Worcester City player captures the imagination of the football world.
DIVING is the scourge of football at all levels, both here and around the world.
THE sickening head injury sustained by former Worcestershire batsman Phil Hughes this week is a timely reminder of the inherent dangers of sport.
SPORT in Worcester is enjoying something of a purple patch.
ANDY Murray has courted his fair share of flak down the years.
IT is difficult to have any sympathy with Roger Maslin’s admission that he is “slightly disappointed” with the current state of the Wembley pitch.
IT is often said that the best things come to those who wait.
ONCE again, the issue of equality in sport prize money is up for debate.
WOULD someone please put Hereford United out of their misery. Then we can all move on.
THE relocation of Wasps from their Wycombe base to Coventry’s Ricoh Arena has taken rugby union into uncharted waters.
I WAS driving back from Worcester City’s FA Cup match at Leamington when I heard the radio commentator describe Ben Flower’s double punch on Lance Hohaia in the Super League Grand Final.
PLENTY has been made of the touchline spat between Arsene Wenger and Jose Mourinho on Sunday.
ANDY Murray’s now infamous ‘Yes’ tweet ahead of the Scottish referendum has once again thrown the spotlight on high-profile figures giving their opinions in public.
FOLLOWING a transfer window in which the best part of £1billion was spent by Premier League clubs, it has been refreshing to see a former non-league player make it big.
FOOTBALL fans are incredibly fickle.
GIVEN the current state of the England team, the Football Association’s tunnel vision in building a new national stadium at Wembley is finally being exposed.
LAST-gasp defeats are nothing new for Worcester Warriors.
WORCESTER Warriors embark on their new season this weekend knowing that nothing less than promotion will suffice.
THE decline in weekend parks football is once again in the spotlight.
A NEW year, a clean slate and the same old sad story for British tennis.
WHEN it comes to attracting crowds to matches, Worcester Wolves are showing their city rivals the way.
IF there’s one thing Worcester Cavaliers’ Aviva A-League campaign has shown, it is the strength in depth of the squad at Sixways.
ALL good things must come to an end.
THE BBC Sports Personality of the Year award will be handed out on Sunday but with a glaring omission from the shortlist.
THE inaugural International Premier Tennis League comes to its conclusion at the end of this week but is just another example of sports stars following the gravy train, says Luke Summers.
HEREFORD United’s plight is in the news again but this time there appears to be light at the end of the tunnel.
MIXING sport with politics is a dangerous game.
CHRISTMAS is approaching, which can only mean one thing — BBC Sports Personality of the Year.
LIKE turkeys not voting for Christmas, FIFA’s report into allegations that the bidding process for the 2018 and 2022 Word Cups was corrupt has exonerated Russia and Qatar.
IF ever proof was needed that Worcester City need to return home, the stunning FA Cup triumph at Coventry City has provided it.
THE outcry over Wigan midfielder James McLean's decision not to wear a poppy on his shirt has been preposterous.
IS IT just me or does anybody else think that Mario Balotelli is getting a bit of a raw deal at the moment?
GAMESMANSHIP is a word often used to describe the actions of footballers.
LOYALTY is a word not often used in modern day sport, but it describes Worcestershire CCC captain Daryl Mitchell to a tee.
CLAIMS that Raheem Sterling was left on the bench for England against Estonia due to fatigue have once again raised the question of a winter break.
WHY is nothing ever simple?
I AM not a particular fan of sporting autobiographies as, more often than not, they are merely a vehicle for personalities to air their grievances in public.
IF ever an example was needed of the Football Association’s ever decreasing authority, Hereford United are providing it.
WHEN Worcestershire began their season back in April, I must admit I didn’t see them winning promotion.
JERMAINE Jenas' debut on Match of the Day 2 shows there is hope for professional footballers as television pundits.
WITH each passing week, so the life is slowly being strangled out of Hereford United.
THE climax to Worcestershire’s 2014 campaign is beginning to turn into a rather tense affair.
TRANSFER deadline day is remarkable as a television spectacle.
TO be a cricketer during a typical English summer, you need the patience of a saint.
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A SMALL hob fire started at Himbleton House in Worcester today.