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  1. CrossFit's explosive growth fuels safety concerns

    Mark Fainaru-Wada

    As CrossFit has grown, so, too, has its number of dissenters, including some in the fitness and medical communities who have begun to raise safety concerns.

    Story | Conversation | July 25, 2014
  2. From spectacular to scandalous: Maradona's World Cup legacy

    Roger Bennett

    Part I: "A foot more like the paw of a cat" Few have used a World Cup as a platform to enthrall the planet. Fewer still have used the same tournament to self-destruct and sully their own name. No man has done both to such radical extremes as Diego...

    Blog | April 22, 2014
  3. From spectacular to scandalous: Maradona's World Cup legacy

    Roger Bennett

    Part I: "A foot more like the paw of a cat" Few have used a World Cup as a platform to enthrall the planet. Fewer still have used the same tournament to self-destruct and sully their own name. No man has done both to such radical extremes as Diego A...

    Blog | April 22, 2014
  4. From spectacular to scandalous: Maradona's World Cup legacy

    Roger Bennett

    Part I: "A foot more like the paw of a cat" Few have used a World Cup as a platform to enthrall the planet. Fewer still have used the same tournament to self-destruct and sully their own name. No man has done both to such radical extremes as Diego A...

    Blog | April 22, 2014
  5. Welbeck sounds alarm as United feeble again

    Mark Payne

    Everton have always been a respectable side with plenty of grit and organisation. In this 2-0 victory over Manchester United they were made to look like Real Madrid. This match was over by half time and United were feeble in the extreme. There was no...

    Blog | April 20, 2014
  6. What is Mike Ashley's next move at Newcastle?

    Marc Duffy

    Things have rarely been settled at Newcastle since Mike Ashley's purchase of the club in 2007, but recent happenings have taken a more extreme turn. Is there more to this than meets the eye? What are Ashley's motivations behind some of his most ...

    Blog | February 19, 2014
  7. Progressive Martinez continues to enhance reputation

    Richard Jolly

    When Dave Whelan starts talking, people stop listening. The Wigan Athletic owner's opinions may have been voiced too many times over the years. Some of his views appear too extreme or irrelevant to gain credence. So many tuned out when he suggested a...

    Blog | January 09, 2014
  8. Just like AVB, Levy keeps making the same mistakes

    Dan Fitch

    Only last week I questioned why Andre Villas-Boas still seemed to be under extreme pressure, despite bouncing back from the Manchester City defeat to record good results against Manchester United, Fulham and Sunderland. I came to the conclusion th...

    Blog | December 16, 2013
  9. The basic 4-4-2 is becoming trendy again

    Michael Cox

    Some elements of football strategy evolve consistently in one direction over a long period, becoming increasingly extreme. Other elements appear more cyclical -- moving routinely between two opposing concepts, which come in and out of fashion. The...

    Blog | October 04, 2013
  10. Champions League specialist managers

    Miguel Delaney

    Rafa Benitez, perhaps surprisingly, freely admitted the scale of the challenge in front of his Liverpool team. It was the eve of the 2004-05 Champions League semifinal and the Spanish coach offered extreme appreciation of his side's opponents. NEW...

    Blog | September 17, 2013
  11. Three is the magic number?

    Chris Rann

    Saints fans got used to extreme cageyness from Nigel Adkins. In an Adkins press conference, the theme was very much positivity, hyperbole and showmanship with very little substance. • Rann: Preparation is key for the Saints Mauricio ...

    Blog | July 07, 2013
  12. Mental focus key to Americans' progress

    Jeff Carlisle

    What was shaping up as the most difficult spell of Jurgen Klinsmann's tenure as U.S. manager ended on a considerable high. It began with reports of player unrest but finished with a win against Costa Rica in extreme weather conditions and a rare resu...

    Blog | March 28, 2013
  13. It's us or them at the Madjeski

    Ned Brown

    While it would be a bit extreme to label Saturday's fixture at Reading a must-win, it is surely a must-not-lose. Neither scenario is arithmetically true, but if you take a good look at the surrounding teams in the league table -- Reading simply has t...

    Blog | February 21, 2013
  14. Uruguay suspend all football for 10 days after Nacional keeper pu...

    Chris Wright

    The Uruguayan Football Association have put the kibosh on all professional football in the country for the next ten days after several instances of extreme violence marred the recent fixture between Penarol and Nacional, culminating in Nacional goalk...

    Blog | January 19, 2013
  15. Benitez starting to settle in at Stamford Bridge

    Miguel Delaney

    In one of the quieter moments during all the recent chaos at Chelsea, one of the club's employees let out a sigh of exasperation: "It never ends at this club. In the last three years, there's always been something." Something extreme. Take the pas...

    Blog | December 22, 2012
  16. What happened to Wigan? Ten thoughts

    Ned Brown

    1. The current defensive injury crisis is extreme, but nothing new. This is the third year running that Antolin Alcaraz has missed substantial match time to injury in the first half of the season. In previous years, he had participated in a full W...

    Blog | December 20, 2012