Japan caused what is probably the biggest ever shock in international rugby as they beat South Africa 34-32 in the Rugby World Cup. Continue reading “RWC Day 2: Japan cause biggest World Cup shock ever”
The Rugby World Cup kicked off on Friday evening, as a packed Twickenham witnessed hosts England beating Fiji in the opening game of the tournament. Continue reading “RWC Day 1: England win opening match”
Manchester United’s purchase of nineteen-year-old striker Anthony Martial from Monaco for a hefty £36 million was the biggest move of transfer deadline day. Other big stories included David De Gea’s collapsed move to Real Madrid and Everton and Southampton both bought defenders. Continue reading “United swoop for £36 million teenager”
The Premier League returned this weekend, with West Ham’s 2-0 victory over title hopefuls Arsenal the major talking point. Other significant results included Man City’s comprehensive 3-0 win against West Brom and reigning champions Chelsea surviving a scare to draw 2-2 with Welsh side Swansea.
It’s that time again, as football fans up and down the country start to eagerly anticipate the beginning of the new football season. Will Chelsea triumph once more, or will the title return to Manchester? Will Manchester United and Liverpool’s high-spending summer pay off? How will the teams promoted from the Championship fare? This post will tackle all those questions and more, as Teen Sport News tries to predict where each team will finish in thirty-eight games time. Continue reading “Premier League Predictions 2015-16”
Barcelona won the Champions League with a 3-1 win over Juventus. Continue reading “Barcelona win Champions League”
Chelsea won the Premier League with three games to spare with a 1-0 victory over Crystal Palace. Continue reading “Chelsea win Premier League”