MATCH REPORT – Brighton 1-1 Everton

Tweet Brighton & Hove Albion nearly made it three consecutive wins at home but a late Wayne Rooney penalty managed to spoil the party as the Seagulls settled for a draw with Everton. Everton started the game like a team in desperate need, constantly applying pressure on Brighton’s back four before their first chance of the match came after a quarter of an hour. Gylfi Sigurdsson laid the ball off to Idrissa Gueye on the edge of the area only for the midfielder to sting the palms of Seagulls ‘keeper…

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Arsenal 2-0 Brighton: Seagulls outgunned at the Emirates

Tweet by Adam Powers A wonderful team goal finished by Alex Iwobi sealed Arsenal a comfortable 2-0 win over Brighton & Hove Albion in Sunday’s lunchtime kick-off. The home side were quicker out the blocks and their pressure paid dividends in the 16th minute when left-centre-back Nacho Monreal drilled a loose, bobbling ball home from 12 yards, after a free-kick into the mixer from Granit Xhaka disorientated the Brighton defence. The away side complained the ball had gone out of play before Lacazette headed it back into danger, but referee…

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Discrimination Against Sports Stars: Guilty or Not?

Tweet By Jack Roots, Archie Griggs, Cameron Dale, Alex Nicolaou and Toby Oliver Professional sportspeople are constantly subjected to intense scrutiny from the public, pundits and fans. The high-profile nature of the job means that everything they do, even in their private life, is often broadcast to the world for the viewing pleasure of the general public. Recently, some of the world’s biggest stars including Wayne Rooney and Ben Stokes have come under fire for their antics off the field, which can threaten to jeopardise their status as role models…

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Off-Field Antics Cost Rooney’s Legend Legacy

Tweet Wayne Rooney was born in Liverpool, on the 2nd of October, 1985. He grew up supporting Everton and began playing for senior team in 2002. Two years after that he signed a contract with Manchester United, where he spent most of his senior career. He made his debut in England’s senior team in February 2003, at the age of 17. With 53 goals in 119 international games he is England’s all-time record goal scorer. He has also won England’s Player of the Year four times. His behaviour outside the…

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