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  • Jan122017

    How Long Until the World Cup has 100 Teams?

    Under rate of expansion, 2066 tournament will see 82 teams Following FIFA’s announcement that the World Cup will be expanding…

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  • Jan102017

    The Average ‘lifespan’ of a Premier League Manager Revealed

    210 different managers have taken to the dugout since 1992. The typical boss takes charge for 1165 days and has…

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  • Nov162016

    Johnny Herbert re-lives the crash that almost killed him

    “What Doesn’t Kill You,” Johnny Herbert’s autobiography, is out now, published by Bantam Press.

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  • Nov152016

    Johnny Herbert discusses his emotional British Grand Prix win…

    “What Doesn’t Kill You,” Johnny Herbert’s autobiography, is out now, published by Bantam Press.

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  • Nov102016

    Senna or Schumacher? Johnny Herbert gives his take on the greatest of all time

    “What Doesn’t Kill You,” Johnny Herbert’s autobiography, is out now, published by Bantam Press.

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  • Nov092016

    Johnny Herbert talks Lewis Hamilton and how the season will finish

    “What Doesn’t Kill You,” Johnny Herbert’s autobiography, is out now, published by Bantam Press.

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  • Nov082016

    Ian Stafford talks to Johnny Herbert for a very special 1 hour interview

    “What Doesn’t Kill You,” Johnny Herbert’s autobiography, is out now, published by Bantam Press.

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  • Nov082016

    Injury-prone footballers: The game’s wasted talents

    By Daniel May As seen with Danny Ings’ injury this past week, injuries really can seem like a never-ending cycle…

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  • Nov042016

    Memories of the North London derby

    By Tom Mison One of the country’s fiercest and best rivalries is set to reignite this weekend as the North…

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  • Nov022016

    Can Leicester City top previous English European exploits?

    By Stefan Dagher While Leicester City’s Premier League form this season may leave something to be desired, the least we…

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