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‘With so many conductors, no one left to play instruments’: What comes next for Southgate’s sluggish England?

After their dire 1-1 draw with Denmark, I was wondering how to describe this version of Gareth Southgate’s England. ‘Southgate-ball’ has no ring to it whatsoever, whilst ‘ready salted crisps of tactics’ might be witty but won’t escape the realms of pub jokes. Well, whatever… Read More »‘With so many conductors, no one left to play instruments’: What comes next for Southgate’s sluggish England?

NRL Power Rankings: Round 16 – Warriors once were formidable but now a mess, Rabbitohs rising, Tigers bare teeth

For the maths nerds out there, 58.82% of teams played this round with seven sides putting their collective feet up. And for many fans who are not quite as precise with their percentages, the interest level in the five matches for the round equated to… Read More »NRL Power Rankings: Round 16 – Warriors once were formidable but now a mess, Rabbitohs rising, Tigers bare teeth

Six Points: Pull your heads in, Port fans, and the Power gun who’s becoming a ‘cheap shot merchant’

The bye rounds are over – Hallelujah! Once again, every team has played the same amount of games, so the ladder is officially asterisk-free and accurately reflects where just about everyone stands. We have both a clear frontrunner – Sydney three games clear and fresh… Read More »Six Points: Pull your heads in, Port fans, and the Power gun who’s becoming a ‘cheap shot merchant’