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David Moyes – Flawed genius or just plain unlucky?

Napoleon had his “lucky generals.” When told of the heroism, skill and experience of a General he is reported to have asked: That’s all very well, but is he lucky? Even the most football-phobic can’t help to have heard of the recent sacking from Manchester United of their manager, David Moyes.  Moyes had a torrid […]

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Six Nations Rugby

The Six Nations Rugby – my sporting highlight of the year. Each year, the six nations – England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, France and Italy – play each other once in a round robin Rugby Union Championship.  The rivalry, as it so often is amongst neighbours, is intense, the rugby passionate and the outcome is never […]

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