Everton fan Dan Haygarth gives his opinion about their terrible start to the season, Ronald Koeman’s sacking and Sam Allardyce’s arrival .
With the likes of the Northern Ireland football team falling foul to some terrible refereeing this month, this week we decided to take on some of most memorable game-changing blunders and dodgy decisions in the history of sport.
Tom Hardwick and Sport Editor Mark Sleightholm talk about three times when football fans grouped together for the love of their sport.
Matt Proctor argues that success will only come if English players start playing abroad.
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Sydney Isaacs discusses the saga around NFL players taking the knee during the national anthem
After the ‘shock’ announcement of a snap general election, Joe Holloran prepares us for June 8th by looking back at cinema’s most notorious balloting blunders
The full lineup for Britain’s take on America’s largest independent film festival has been announced. Helena Buchanan gives us the lowdown on what’ll be screening on June 1-4
Twitter feuds. A common part of modern life. Who doesn’t love reading J.K Rowling digitally bitch-slapping Piers Morgan during the down time between ISIS atrocities…
A progressive, helpful feature has come to IMDb: the ‘F’ rating. Tom Atkinson takes us through just what this means – both for the website itself, and for women in the industry