Adam’s latest “The Championship Corner” column. For the first time since 2011, when Arsenal travelled up to Yorkshire for an FA Cup tie, Elland Road will be a sell-out on Sunday for when Leeds United welcome Newcastle. Both clubs have gone through difficult recent periods, but this weekend the 39,460 seater-stadium will be packed with 

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As Leicester City continue their charge towards Premier League glory, they now only have seven games to go before they could lift the title in England’s top division. Coming from a team who were last season battling relegation it is a miracle, but will it be the biggest upset? Which other teams have gone on 

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Leeds United’s Sam Byram has been scouted by a number of Premier League clubs this season. Byram has been involved in a contract dispute with his club as he becomes a free agent in the summer and the club naturally want him to sign a new contract so as to avoid losing him for cheap. 

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Billy Bremner had a temper, which was plain to see, And if you tried to tackle him – he’d kick you on your knee! There was also Peter Lorimer, if he came at you, you’d know it, He also had a lethal right foot – a shot just like a bullet! Joe Jordan was a 

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Britain truly is the home of organised sport, and her sporting influence is felt across the globe. Whether you’re a South American footballer, a North American golfer, an Indian cricketer, an Australasian Rugby star, or a Chinese snooker player, you owe it all to the sporting heritage of the UK. This article aims to tap 

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1955: Hibernian v Rot Weiss Essen Edinburgh team Hibernian, known more popularly as Hibs, became the first British football club to compete in the European Cup. English sides declined to enter the inaugural contest, but there was more interest north of the border. However, reigning Scottish Champions Aberdeen did not enter. Hibs were selected partly 

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‘Better the devil you know…’ and all that. I didn’t really get the grasp of this saying until recently. The only time I had come across this was when I used to work in a concrete factory and we had a new boss taking over. All my co-workers kept saying ‘better the devil you know’ 

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