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Gregory Wilcox
Gregory Wilcox

Greg is a former sports editor at 7DAYS newspaper and now a freelance journalist based in London. Sports mad, apart from dressage, there's no sport he won't watch and debate about. You can follow him on @Gregorydwilcox

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Gregory Wilcox
Gregory Wilcox

Greg is a former sports editor at 7DAYS newspaper and now a freelance journalist based in London. Sports mad, apart from dressage, there's no sport he won't watch and debate about. You can follow him on @Gregorydwilcox

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Is it a sport or simply a chance for geeks to show-off what they can do with someone else’s millions?

Four wins more shocking than Trump’s election

Friday, 18 November 2016

It’s now ten days since the lying, sexist, racist, thin-skinned, orange-faced clown was elected to the most powerful office in the world

Are football players really worth their wages?

Saturday, 12 November 2016

Players need only to have one decent contract to never have to work again

Miserable Mourinho feeling Manchester United pressure

Monday, 31 October 2016

He looks as if he’s just been told he has to go on a lads’ holiday with Arsene Wenger

Is FIFA’s new boss repeating Blatter’s mistakes?

Tuesday, 25 October 2016

Any time something you do results in someone comparing you to Blatter you should immediately do exactly the opposite

Bad boys and drug cheats: Is Tennis taking a turn?

Monday, 17 October 2016

Tennis can be the most parochial of sports: one that froths at the mouth whenever a four-letter obscenity is uttered or a racquet is smashed

Bob Bradley: Swansea’s silver lining

Sunday, 9 October 2016

If there is a silver lining to this dark cloud it’s the fact that the American has a chance to prove his ability on one of football's biggest stages

Embarrassing England’s coaching soap opera

Monday, 3 October 2016

There is now an inherent greed about football, especially in England - everything seemingly revolves around squeezing cash out of fans

Five reasons why you need to watch the Ryder Cup

Wednesday, 28 September 2016

Here are five reasons why you should hit any plans to do anything other than watch the Ryder Cup into the long rough

Twenty years on, Arsene Wenger’s Arsenal revolution

Sunday, 25 September 2016

Arsenal’s Tuesday drinking club and munching of Mars bars were banished and in came stretching and broccoli

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