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  1. Andrew Luck Q&A Part II

    Mike Wells

    INDIANPOLIS -- Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck talked about his fondness for travel, food and soccer during Part I of his Q&A on Monday. He discussed what he would be doing if he wasn't the Colts' franchise player and who he would like...

    Blog | June 10, 2014
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  4. Andrew Luck Q&A

    Mike Wells

    INDIANAPOLIS -- It's not uncommon to see quarterback Andrew Luck walking around downtown Indianapolis or in England enjoying one of his favorite restaurants. The Indianapolis Colts quarterback doesn't shy away from fans stopping him to talk football....

    Blog | June 09, 2014
  5. Video: Maldives striker scores bizarre 'fish flop' penalty

    Chris Wright

    The Maldives beat Afghanistan 8-7 on penalties on Wednesday night to secure themselves third place in this season's AFC Challenge Cup, though it wasn't the winning spot-kick that caught the world's eye, oh no. Instead, it was the penalty that drew...

    Blog | May 30, 2014
  6. Wenger deal could spark a new era

    James McNicholas

    Arsene Wenger has ensured that his reign as Arsenal manager will stretch across more than two decades, and much like Arsenal's FA Cup victory, it's been left until the last minute. Wenger's previous contract was just weeks away from expiring befor...

    Blog | May 30, 2014
  7. Poyet must build to avoid another testing season

    Colin Randall

    Someone behind the scenes at Sunderland had the right idea: Let's call it the lap of appreciation. A lap of honour, after a losing finish to a whirlwind season, would have added an unjustified gloss. Appreciating the terrific support this club attrac...

    Blog | May 11, 2014
  8. Sunderland a whisker from relegation safety

    Colin Randall

    It is not quite over. But with an exceptional win at Old Trafford to cap a trememdous late dash for safety, Sunderland stand on the brink of completing perhaps the noblest escape act in the history of the Premier League. Bottom at Christmas, Sunde...

    Blog | May 03, 2014
  9. Can the battle of Old Trafford seal Sunderland's safety?

    Colin Randall

    Not many teams near the bottom of the Premier League would relish a run-in that offered Liverpool, Manchester City, Chelsea and Manchester United as the last four away games. It should not matter, of course. If a team is good enough, so the consen...

    Blog | April 30, 2014
  10. Horse boosts attendance by gate-crashing non-league game

    Chris Wright

    A non-league side from Northumberland have had several of their recent home games disrupted by outbreaks of horse-play on touchline... in a very literal sense! Ashington AFC, who currently play in the Northern League Division One, have seen a hand...

    Blog | April 25, 2014
  11. Relegation nerves fray, mathematics get complex

    Colin Randall

    Four games, with three at home against teams currently in the bottom eight, remain for Guy Poyet to complete what would be one of the most remarkable escape acts in the 22 years of the Premier League. Twelve points would keep Sunderland up in any per...

    Blog | April 24, 2014
  12. RTC: Luck catches a local soccer match

    Mike Wells

    Here's Reading The Coverage for the Colts from over the weekend: Kevin Bowen of Colts.com has a story on receiver Reggie Wayne returning to Indianapolis as he continues to work his way back from a torn ACL suffered in Week 7 last season. On what ...

    Blog | April 21, 2014
  13. Sunderland's glorious win keeps miracle alive

    Colin Randall

    Twice at Stamford Bridge, and watching around the world, Chelsea supporters will have felt the warm glow of fortune shining on their Premier League title hopes. The first: Ramires staying on the field unpunished for his astonishing assault on Seb ...

    Blog | April 19, 2014
  14. Another defeat leaves Sunderland to ponder life downstairs

    Colin Randall

    On the last day of Premier League football at Roker Park, still a proud old stadium despite having fallen into sullen disrepair, Sunderland beat Everton 3-0. The three points prolonged the agony for Sunderland before a typical combination of resu...

    Blog | April 12, 2014
  15. Trepidation smothers hope ahead of Everton's visit to Sunderland

    Colin Randall

    On Boxing Day, I drove to Liverpool with pleasant lingering thoughts of Christmas Day to block out worries about a torrid afternoon ahead at Goodison Park. To everyone's surprise, Sunderland went ahead. Tim Howard brought down Ki Sung-Yueng and wa...

    Blog | April 10, 2014
  16. Au revoir to the Prem as Sunderland flop again

    Colin Randall

    This was the day I hoped to admit I had been wrong all along to worry about Sunderland's ability to stay in the Premier League. Instead, and with heavy heart, I recognise that the game is up, even if the mathematical evidence is still weeks away from...

    Blog | March 31, 2014
  17. Heavy clouds gather after yet another Sunderland surrender

    Colin Randall

    After each game, the e-mails flow thick and fast. There is always one from Gus Poyet -- or whoever else happens currently to be managing the crisis that is Sunderland AFC. And there is a flurry of messages from people belonging to the Blackcats e-...

    Blog | March 23, 2014
  18. Ghost of shared hero haunts Sunderland and Hull's Wembley bid

    Colin Randall

    Had Raich Carter lived to be 100 and retained the power of his senses, he would surely have savoured Sunday's FA Cup quarterfinal encounter between the two clubs with which he was most closely associated: Hull City and Sunderland. The winner is guara...

    Blog | March 06, 2014