Posts Tagged "football"

Best (or worst?) rule bending in the history of sport

Mar 09 2017

Newspapers, web articles and Twitter exploded this week following the confusing and unusual tactics of Italy against England in the RBS 6…

Top Sporting Comebacks

Mar 09 2017

There’s something about being British that means we love a plucky underdog in sport. That David v Goliath situation, where the impossible…

Top 5 choices for the next England manager

Sep 28 2016

“Hopefully I can make everybody so proud of the England team again”. The ill-fated words of Sam Allardyce, who as recently as…

The Club v Fan divide – Is this the worst example yet?

Aug 12 2016

Contracts are commonplace in football. Barely a day goes by where we don’t hear about a new contract wrangle, or a football…

The explosion of eSports – what are the wider implications?

Mar 24 2016

There’s no denying it – eSports are here, and they’re here in a big way. Working at a sports PR agency, I’ve…

Fan Hub – July 2015

Jul 30 2015

Welcome to the inaugural Fan Hub newsletter from Performance Communications. Here we take a brief look at stories we’ve been fans of…

FIFA Women’s World Cup

Jul 10 2015

[quote align=”right” color=”#999999″]it was over 7,000km away but given the 2014 Men’s World Cup was over 8,000km away, distance can’t be blamed[/quote]…

Premier League fans need to embrace change and play away, far away

Oct 20 2014

The concept of playing Premier League matches abroad is back in the news agenda and although it has received a barrage of…

Immortal Fans – The Power of Fandom

Jun 02 2014

Occasionally you come across a truly inspirational campaign. This campaign changes perceptions of football fans, from hooligans to heroes – It is…

What Does WSL Re-Launch Mean For Women’s Sport?

Apr 30 2014

Digital now provides the opportunity for every sport to stream its best action live, but the amount of TV-time a sport receives…