Posts Tagged ‘east’
France 3-0 Ukraine (Agg: 3-2): Mamadou Sakho brace seals French comeback to send Les Blues to Brazil
Michael Johnson claims football chairmen are disregarding black managers because they aren’t seen as "educated enough"
One of the bonuses of being a small club is that there are no airs and graces and a real sense of working together. At Orient that is reinforced by the way the Gaffer, Russell Slade, takes an interest in everything from the academy, where you can often find him watching matches; right down to the under-9s on a Sunday morning; to the commercial team where he pops his head in and says to Tom, our commercial manager: “What you sold for me this week then son? Am I gonna be able to do anything in that January transfer window?”
Northampton Saints 27 Ospreys 16 match report: Courtney Lawes roars into England contention but Ospreys are also-rans
If Welsh regional rugby is in a state – and it is, despite the astounding six-day turnaround in fortunes that saw Cardiff Blues do for the European champions Toulon at the Arms Park and the exhilarating adventure of the Scarlets back division, which would warm the cockles of the most embittered union-watcher – the root problem is a shortage of money, not a lack of effort. The Ospreys drew a blank in the East Midlands on Sunday and their Heineken Cup campaign is all but over as a consequence, but they fought the good fight with passionate intensity.