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Euphoria – HBO’s Latest Must Watch Show

The ornate eye makeup, numerous penis shots and even a few short ‘Love Island’ cameos, HBO’s latest show Euphoria is nothing short of mesmerising. Wonderfully shot, a multitude of complex and layered characters based in relatable storylines on steroids and sensational music, this is a must watch.  Sam Levinson’s creativity is astonishing, with numerous method’s of storytelling across the episodes which his young cast manage to pull off with ease.  Zendaya leads the pack, playing Rue, a recovering high school drug addict, who narrates the show. However, as good as Zendaya is, plenty of this young cast could stake a claim for best character of the series, and none more so than Angus Cloud, who plays Fezco, the local drug

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de Pfeffel – A Working Man’s Hero

Boris Johnson is now Prime Minister, a move that is bound to shake up British politics, especially with the impending endgame of Brexit about to come to fruition some way or another come October 31st. In spite of Michael Gove’s ‘Game of Thrones style‘ inspired back stabbing in June 2016, Johnson becoming PM is a move I have seen coming since Leave’s victory over Remain in that very same month. It was, in my opinion, very self evident that the Conservatives could not pull us out of the European Union with a remainer, and Labour could not offer the counter argument that their supporters so desperately craved with a Eurosceptic in command. And this kicked off months of some of

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How Stormzy Conquered Glastonbury

“How can he headline Glastonbury?” Stormzy quotes much of the British public to JAY Z in what feels like a secret location, the camera titled at an awkward angle, almost as if it is not supposed to be there. This is how thought through Stormzy’s set was, was that camera angle a coincidence? Definitely not. “It is important for you to take that and say “okay how can I create a culture around this whole thing” because culture moves the world” JAY Z demands of his young counter part. You can see from the conversation, Stormzy is angry about why his talent and ability is being questioned by so many. Stormzy’s performance is arguably the most important in Glastonbury history,

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Doubters To Believers

With the match a few short hours away, Jordan Henderson had been summoned by his manager. It was the 30th August 2012 and Liverpool were gearing up for a crucial Europa League clash vs Hearts. Jordan Henderson would be starting, very possibly for the last time, as Liverpool and Brendan Rodgers were prepared to give him up as part of a deal for Fulham’s American star, Clint Dempsey. “It implied to me that he would let me leave and it was up to me. I went back to my room. I shed a few tears. I ended up crying a little bit because it hurt so much. I had the game that night to think about as well.” Henderson was

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Dare To Dream

You may not have seen Dave Allen fight, in fact, you may not have even heard of him, however tonight, the White Rhino tops the bill at the O2 Arena on a card that features the likes of Derek Chisora and Conor Benn. Allen may not be the most talented boxer of all time, he may not even be the most talented boxer on the card. Yet, despite all of that, Eddie Hearn has listened to the people, and The Doncaster De La Hoya is headlining the event against former World Champion, Lucas ‘Big Daddy’ Browne.  Due to his social media presence, Allen has gained a cult following among boxing fans by providing honest analysis, respectful interaction with fans and

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Maurizio Sarri And A Season Of Unfortunate Events

*All stats are based on the 2018-2019 Premiership Season and excluding any domestic or European cup competitions.  When Maurizio Sarri waltzed into Chelsea at the start of the season, he had the fans salivating at the style of football that was being played out on the Stamford Bridge turf. However at that point Chelsea were winning, and when, around week 12 of the Premiership season, the wins started to dry up popular opinion started to shift. Suddenly Maurizio Sarri became the most despised person at Chelsea Football Club. However, Sarri may be the unluckiest manager in the Premier League this season. According to Understat, who measure xPTS, Chelsea should be in 3rd place, which they are, but with 63 points, while

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The Six Nations Week Four Takeaway

Tom Roberts has been reviewing every teams performance each week in the 2019 Six Nations. Check out his Week One and Week Two Takeaways below… Week One Week Two Week Three Scotland How did Scotland not win? The ability of this Scotland team is fantastic and they do play some seriously good rugby. However, their ability to not convert opportunities into points is costing them and will continue to cost them against top sides. The absence of multiple players through injury, especially Stuart Hogg, has exploited the lack of depth in the Scotland squad. They have still attempted to play their structures though and when they are successful in executing this they look good. Yet, they have to start being

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Nick Kyrgios Is The Villian Tennis Needs

He burst on to the mainstream tennis scene in 2015 when the young Australian took to the court to face World Number 1 and one of the greatest players of all time, Rafael Nadal. No one gave him a chance in this last 16 tie, it was supposed to be a formality, Rafa would come out and dismantle the 19-year-old before moving on to the quarter-finals and those who are more worthy of his time. However, this young man had evidently not read the script, defeating the Spaniard in just four sets, even playing some showboating shots to add insult to injury. Nick Kyrgios announced himself to the world that day and ever since, has been living by his own

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The Six Nations Week Three Takeaway

Tom Roberts has been reviewing every teams performance each week in the 2019 Six Nations. Check out his Week One and Week Two Takeaways below… Week One Week Two France France were awesome. If they had performed at that level for the first two weeks of this Championship they could be in a completely different position to the one they are in currently. However, let us not dwell in the past too much because off the back of a performance like that, France deserve any praise that comes their way. The main difference in their performance this week in comparison to week one and two was their defence. The Joue was still there, and my goodness it was wonderful to

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The Six Nations Week Two Takeaway

Scotland Last week I mentioned that Scotland’s lack of composure could haunt them against the top teams and unfortunately it cost them this week. When you commit 18 handling errors against one of the best teams in world rugby, you are not winning that game. Furthermore, Scotland should have gone in ahead at the end of the first half, camping on the Ireland try line, against teams like Ireland, you have to take those chances. Additionally, they failed to capitalise on the momentum they garnered at the end of the first half, managing to only have 33% possession in the second half, however, when they did have the ball, they were great to watch. The injury to Stuart Hogg was

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