V2 Sport presents a new Formula One show, The Perfect Formula. This show follows the first two races of the season, in Australia and Bahrain.
We debate whether the Monaco Grand Prix should be scrapped from the calendar. Is it too historic to get rid of, or should F1 move on from a track with very few overtakes?
In this episode of the Perfect Formula, we discuss the Hungarian Grand Prix - considering topics such as: - The tactics of Ferrari and Mercedes. Is there anything they could do have done differently in hindsight?
We discuss the crash between Daniel Riccardo and Max Verstappen and debate which driver was to blame. Is it time that Red Bull pick a number one driver in their team?
The Perfect Formula returns following the Japanese Grand Prix - one of the best circuits on the calendar. We review all the flashpoints of the recent races.
The Perfect Formula returns for the eighth episode, covering an exciting German Grand Prix. A superb drive from Hamilton to win the race from 14th. Is he an outstanding wet weather driver?
We open with Romain Grosjean, whose pointless season continued after crashing out in the opening lap. We compare his form to team-mate Kevin Magnussen, who has scored reasonable points for a competitive Haas team.
This was the second successive race which had high expectations, but the reality was a lack of overtaking and a fairly dull race. We look at what went wrong.
Two failures on Mercedes cars - is there reason for concern following their recent engine upgrade?
The British Grand Prix saw a hugely entertaining race, with the two Mercedes and Ferrari cars making up the top four, leading to two separate comments describing the drivers as lions.
Building a Force India to be reckoned with? Ricciardo rolls the dice
As coaches we have two fundamental questions to ask ourselves. The first; Why did I become a coach? The second; Who is it for?
Dan headed over to France to catch some Euro 2016 action. By Dan Tracey Originally posted at www.realfootballman.com
Troy Townsend discusses his career within grassroots football and the Kick It Out campaign.Troy is currently heavily involved in Kick It Out being the head of their Education and Grassroots programmes.
In football control has a number of meanings. One team dictating the flow of a match through their play or tactical plan. A player reigning in their emotions.
Ben Smith discusses his book Journeyman, his career and the new chapter in his life with his book.
How do we handle the young player who comes off the pitch kicking the water bottles? The child who cries every time they lose the training game? The boy who scream at his team mates when the pass is not good enough?
Fans, pundits and social media love to cry out, in unison, “No plan B”. The phrase is great for those who wish to talk about the game but not do so in any real detail.
With every transfer window the speculation is always as to who will be bought into a new club but here are 4 players who could find their futures away from Liverpool. By Dan Tracey Originally posted at www.realfootballman.com
In 2008/9 Manchester United had Ronaldo, Rooney and Tevez but it was the impact of Federico Macheda that most people will remember most. For Macheda this would be his moment of success,
Sport is full of them. People going to great lengths to make certain that they end up a winner. People determined that they don’t end up a loser.
May 12th 2016, Newcastle United found themselves relegated from the Premier League for the second time in the Mike Ashley era. I found myself sat at my laptop preparing to write my first ever blog piece.
Luke Degilbert returns for another Q&A to update us on his season with the Newport County Community side and announces the winners of the First Ever Luke Degilbert Awards.
With every transfer window the speculation is always as to who will be bought into a new club but here are 4 players who could find their futures away from Spurs.By Dan Tracey Originally posted at www.realfootballman.com
With every transfer window the speculation is always as to who will be bought into a new club but here are 4 players who could find their futures away from Arsenal.By Dan Tracey Originally posted at www.realfootballman.com
Luke DeGilbert just fulfilled every football fan’s dream by pulling on the shirt of the team he supports. On September 22, Luke captained Newport County AFC in a special tournament to raise awareness of mental health issues.
You were my LIFE, my ONE & ONLY, my LOVE. You were my IPSWICH TOWN!!
Kem is most well known for his time at Colchester United where he made over 400 appearances for and spent 12 years.
A list of the disappointing players that arrived for huge money and big expectations, Players that were meant to push the clubs towards Championship glory but didn't quite do it as a Red Man! By Chris Lappin
The 72 Show this week is with Anthony Kendrick and Nick Davie. With no football in the Championship due to the International Break, all of the on-pitch talk comes from Leagues One and Two.
Anthony Kendrick and Nick Davie are joined by former midfielder and current Rotherham youth academy boss Matt Hamshaw
Luke Degilbert returns for another Q&A to update us on his season with the Newport County Community side and Newport Dragons Disability.
In the beginning, he was starting games, but was often brought off before the end. and he had his moments.
We have started our young Premier League XI project. Each week, we will nominate four players in each position. This will then be open to a Twitter vote to determine the winner and a spot in our XI.
Piegate has swept across social media, even making it into the national news and is a perfect story to tell us exactly how social media works and how narratives tell and establish themselves and evolve once in the public domain.
Qualifying for the World Cup and European Championships gets a lot of criticism, particularly in Europe. There are lower attendances, with tickets available for Wembley, and in addition the TV viewers are in decline.
Richard ‘Hero’ Hudson is joined by Nick Davie and Shane Lees to discuss all thing Football League - Brighton going up.and the current plight of Leyton Orient
I had the pleasure of speaking to former Portsmouth goalkeeper Alan Knight. The Legend, as Alan is known by the Pompey faithful racked up 683 appearances, playing across four decades.
‘IMPACT Wrestling vs the UK’ crossover show announced – as IMPACT returns to Britain for first time in three years
IMPACT Wrestling will return to the UK for the first time in almost three years – putting on a special event in Manchester that will see global superstars from the North American wrestling group take on the best of the British independent wrestling scene.
IMPACT Wrestling has announced the company’s first live event in the UK in almost three years will stream live Sunday, Sept. 9 at 5:00 p.m. UK time (12:00 p.m. ET) exclusively on Twitch.tv.
Joe discusses training for the commonwealth games where he competed for Scotland, signing for Impact & his hopes for his time in the company and how he feels the reboot of World of Sport (Not Question of Sport) has gone.
Interview with Former Wimbledon midfielder Wally Downes who made over 200 appearances for the club and has recently co-authored the book “The Crazy Gang” with Dave Bassett - By Chris Lappin
I recently had the pressure to talk to former Arsenal midfielder David Hillier about his time as a Gooner - By Chris Lappin
Roy Hodgson tenure as England Manager comes to an end in the most embarrassing of circumstances. By Dan Tracey Originally posted at www.realfootballman.com
A recent Sky Sports poll had Dennis Bergkamp as the Premier League most influential player of all time. This poll was obviously rigged as we can agree this title should go to the legend that is Robbie Savage. By Chris Lappin
With every transfer window the speculation is always as to who will be bought into a new club but here are 4 players who could find their futures away from Man Utd By Dan Tracey Originally posted at www.realfootballman.com
In any case, for both players the clubs seem to want loan deals, as both can be of value in the future. I think the best thing for both of them would be to go abroad.
The referee at the time did not give a foul in the incident with Sergio Aguero and Winston Reid, and there is three things that he could have done when it was investigated further.
Matt Duke discusses playing for Burton Albion & Hull City and reaching the League Cup Final with Bradford City
Ash discusses his latest work, "Shaun Barker: One More Time" which is a documentary chronicling Shaun Barker's time as a Derby County player, from his time as captain, to the horrific injury and subsequent rehabilitation.