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If 3,000 people can watch a show indoors at the Royal Albert Hall, how can the government justify keeping open-air stadiums shut?

Daniel DeFalco outlines the problems justifying keeping football stadiums shut to the public during the second lockdown announced by the government

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Seagulls Summary #5: Top Ten PL Albion Goals

In the fifth edition of The Seagulls Summary, Charlie Parker-Turner counts down his top 10 Brighton Goals since their promotion to the Premier League.

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Live Breathe Sport Podcast Episode 11: WildervFury, Women’s T20 World Cup and VAR Controversy.

In the 11th episode of the Live Breathe Sport Podcast there’s a week of VAR controversy as we go through the week’s Premier League action, as well as updates from around the world and from the lower league’s. Tony and Riley turn their hand at commentary with the former reacting to Tyson Fury versus Deontay Wilder and the latter reacting to England’s opening game of the Women’s T20 World Cup. Nile talks basketball before Tony finishes off the sport with his Formula One grid roundup. As always the podcast is rounded out with the sporting quiz and questions from you!

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

In the ninth episode of the Live Breathe Sport Podcast, 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 the Six Nations. The curtain falls on the guys facing off against each other in the latest Live Breathe Sport Quiz.

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Live Breathe Sport Podcast Episode Three: Russia, Marco Silva and Joshua v Ruiz

In the third episode of the Live Breathe Sport Podcast, the boys discuss their World XI ahead of the Team of the Year awards before discussing whether Russia’s global ban was fair? They also talk about the sacking of Marco Silva and Watford’s appointment of Nigel Pearson before going through the latest football results from the lower leagues and around the world. Riley pays tribute to Bob Willis before talking about why England’s tour to South Africa could be under threat before analysing the visitor’s squad. Tony goes over the Joshua v Ruiz rematch before once again joining producer Lil DA in talking about the latest basketball news. The podcast is rounded out with the third edition of the LBS sporting quiz with Tony looking to bounce back from a big loss last week.

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