2016 has been another great year for football! We have witnessed an action packed 12 month period that has seen a number of football teams go under the radar and etch their names into the history books totally against the odds. Here at Net World Sports we list our top 3 footballing moments of 2016.
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What a weekend of sport! Wonderful Wales and pitiful penalties at Euro 2016, a huge tennis upset at Wimbledon, and NFL stars playing ‘medicine ball volleyball’…
Whilst Wimbledon doesn’t start until today, there was plenty going on in the world of sport to keep us going over the weekend. We’ve picked out a few bits and bobs that got our tongues wagging.
Another action-packed weekend of top-class sporting action, week 2 to Euro 2016, goals galore in the Copa America, and a little bit of rugby history down under…
It’s EURO 2016 time, and we like to be as helpful as possible here at Net World Sports so we have picked our 5 most exciting players
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On the weekend that the 2016 European Championship kick off, we have had plenty of action already, so let us guide you through all of the highlights from the games so far.
In a relatively quiet weekend in the world of sports as we all prepare for the Euros, we have managed to find a few bits that you might have missed to get you excited for this summer huge events.
As the domestic season closes, the countdown to France gets closer. The cricket season’s well under way too. Did I hear ‘Summer’…? Get in!
Here’s the second half of our review of the sporting world in 2016. July to December saw the Ashes cricket clashes, shocks at the rugby union World Cup (but a predictable winner), a new heavyweight boxing champion, and a piece of British tennis history…
In many households, watching Boxing Day football is as much of a Christmas tradition as the Queen’s Speech and charades. However, is the hectic schedule too much for players and supporters alike?