Simeon Akinola was tipped as “non-league’s next star” last summer by Lincoln City manager Danny Cowley, whose reputation for spotting talent has surely been underlined by the Imps’ sensational run to the FA Cup […]
Kortney Hudson wrote a new post, Elephant Sport Podcast – Transfer Deadline Day Special, on the site Elephant Sport 2 years, 1 month ago
In this edition of the Elephant Sport Podcast, reporters Caleb Sage and Hassan Abdullah sit down with Kortney Hudson to discuss the 2017 January transfer window.
Chelsea supporter Caleb and Arsenal fan Hassan, […]
Kortney Hudson wrote a new post, Why more footballers should be studying for degrees, on the site Elephant Sport 2 years, 1 month ago
The only certainty in the life of a professional footballer is that one day they will become an ex-professional footballer.
Some have long careers at the elite end of the sport and invest wisely for their […]
As Christmas approaches, ice rinks start to pop up all over the country, and novices like myself take to the slippery stuff, hoping to retaining as much dignity as possible when the inevitable fall […]
For members of the current gaming generation, the closest to ‘Call of Duty’ that most of us will ever get involves going paintballing.
So after endless nights of honing our combat skills as console warri […]
While debate currently rages about whether competitive video gaming should be seen as a sport, it’s easy to forget that chess has been at the centre of a similar argument for centuries.
Can two players si […]
Many Liverpool fans were hoping against hope that club icon Steven Gerrard might have one last hurrah at Anfield after leaving MLS club LA Galaxy.
Gerrard, 36, opted to end his playing career last week, but […]
Kortney Hudson wrote a new post, Wheelchair racer Lawson insists his best is yet to come, on the site Elephant Sport 2 years, 4 months ago
After a training crash which left him paralysed, motocross racer Simon Lawson admits he struggled with a “void” that needed to be filled.
The Cumbrian found a fresh outlet for his competitive nature in […]
In everyday life, there will be people we come across and have to work alongside that we will not get along with. Sport is the same, it happens, and when it does it’s often broadcast on TV for the world to s […]
Most of us think we’re doing pretty well if we get to grips with one sport, never mind four.
But Oliver Oxland is heading to Germany for a World Championships where his talent for hand-eye co-ordination will be […]
As a young motorsport fan, I always knew I had the need for speed and began taking driving lessons as soon as I turned 17.
Four months later, I passed my test and bought my own car, only to realise my 1.2 V […]
With Sky’s live football audience figures down by a reported 19% so far this season, it seems our viewing habits may be undergoing a radical transformation.
Are we swapping watching whole matches – with all th […]