Onside Kick: Wide Receiver SPECIAL

This week it’s time for Sam Carroll and Brandon Spalding to jump into the wide receiver position. As they discuss what makes a good receiving core, who the top pass catchers in the NFL are at the minute, and who their top 10 receivers of all time are.

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Live Breathe Sport Podcast Episode 10: Manchester City, NBA All Stars and Eoin Morgan The Hero

Tweet Welcome to the 10th episode of the Live Breathe Sport Podcast. This week the lads analyse the latest news about Manchester City’s two-year Champions League ban and what that could mean for other clubs in Europe. As usual, there’s the usual football result and transfer roundup, with Hakim Ziyech’s move to Chelsea in the headlines. Riley talks about the whirlwind T20 series between England and South Africa before he previews the Women’s World Cup. Tony talks about the unveiling of the new Formula One car design’s ahead of the…

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Live Breathe Sport Podcast Episode 9: Backache, Boggle and Barcelona

Tweet Welcome to the ninth episode of the Live Breathe Sport Podcast. This week the lads breakdown the Lionel Messi argument with Eric Abidal to see what is actually going on at Barcelona. As well as this, there is the usual Premier League roundup, along with updates from the FA cup, foreign football and lower league football. Producer Nile is back from his two-week hiatus to take us through the latest NBA trade deals before Riley updates us on England’s ODI series versus South Africa and the latest results from…

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Top Turnbuckle – 2020 The Best Men’s Royal Rumble ever?

Tweet By Charlie Scott The Royal Rumble comes around just once a year and is widely regarded as fans favourite match of the year, every year. It has become synonymous with huge returns, dream face offs and memorable spots that people discuss for years to come.  But in recent years these moments have seemed to fall flat with fans across the globe. Previous winners include WWE homegrown stars such as Roman Reigns and Randy Orton, but they were met with quiet cheers from the audiences in attendance and severe backlash…

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Ozzy Osbourne: Ordinary Man Review

Tweet The self proclaimed Prince of Darkness returns with his first album in 10 years. Unlike the albums title, Ozzy Osbourne is no ordinary man. The Black Sabbath frontman has been making songs about death, horror, psychedelic thoughts and demons for over 40 years because he shares a strong passion and love for all things ghoulish. And even now on his 12th album, he has not changed one bit. Ordinary Man still sounds very heavy and intense, as it features sensational guitar riffs and powerful drums which are then accompanied…

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