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  • Jan082019

    Celtic Face Struggle in Scottish Premiership

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    Tuesday 8th January 2018 Myles Cutliffe – UCFB Student An uncharacteristic shift of competitiveness has taken Scottish football by storm. The…

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  • Jan032019

    Fifth Globe Soccer Player of the Year Award for Cristiano Ronaldo

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    Thursday January 3rd 2019 Dubai, (UAE): Cristiano Ronaldo lifted the Best Player of the Year crown for the fifth time at…

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  • Jan022019

    CLIPPER VENTURES BUYS HAMBLE SCHOOL OF YACHTING

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    Wednesday January 2nd 2019 Clipper Ventures, the parent company of the Clipper Round the World Yacht Race, has bought one of…

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  • Dec312018

    Tyson Fury – Sportsperson of 2018

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    Monday December 31st 2018 Myles Cutliffe – UCFB Student Over the course of the year there has been many great…

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  • Dec302018

    Same Old Arsenal, always……

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    Sunday December 30th 2018 The brave new dawn that was breaking over the Emirates has come crashing down it avengeance…

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  • Dec292018

    Auld Firm game opens up intriguing possibilty

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    Saturday December 29th 2018 It was a game that could have put the Scottish title to bed before the strains…

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  • Dec252018

    Merry Christmas to one and all

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    Tuesday December 25th 2018 The first festive matches are over and Boxing Day is nearly upon us. Until then Sportsvibe…

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  • Dec242018

    No Medals for fourth Place, Football didn’t come home

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    Monday December 24th 2018 I know by writing this that I risk being exposed of being a Grinch of the worst…

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  • Dec232018

    Reading need to act to avoid dropping further

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    Sunday December 23rd 2018 Daniel Ennis – Multimedia Sports Journalist After a fractious tenure in charge of the Royals, Paul…

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  • Dec222018

    Sports Moment of the Year: England Penalty Shoot-Out Versus Colombia

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    Saturday December 22nd 2018 There’s barely been an opportunity to catch your breath in 2018. What a year it’s been…

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