Sports stuff I’ve enjoyed this week
We’re in the midst of a jam-packed weekend of sport. David Haye slayed the giant Nikolai Valuev, which I may well blog about in the next couple of days, Australia beat England in the rugby (boo), and there’s been fun and games in the football, particularly the Manchester City/Burnley 3-3 draw, and a fair few upsets in the first round of the FA Cup.
And there’s still the circus of Chelsea/Manchester United to come!
But here’s what I’ve enjoyed perusing the rest of this week…
The Yankees won the World Series this week, in no small part because of the strength of their closing pitcher, Mariano Rivera. The New York Times has produced a funky graphic to illustrate just how good he is in the post-season.
And it’s not all about the winners, you know, as The Daily Something decides on the ten best performances by World Series losers.
In football, meanwhile, The Political Economy of Football looked at Rangers’ financial woes and twohundredpercent looked at the 1946 FA Cup.
So, what have you enjoyed reading this week?