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Chelsea closes the gap on Man Utd

Jose Mourinho’s side earned an emphatic victory over Leicester City to close the gap on Manchester United only to two points. 42 more words


Arsenal and Everton share the spoils

Arsenal was unable to gain victory over rivals Everton to climb up the Premier League table. 37 more words


Forget About Piglet

You can’t bench KEITH.  It’s as simple as that.

In 2001, the New England Patriots re-signed All-Pro quarterback Drew Bledsoe to a $103 million contract.  Two games into the season, Bledsoe got injured, and the Patriots went with Tom Brady as the starter. 383 more words

Leaving League of Legends

I have quit League of Legends. You won’t see this summoner on the Fields of Justice any more.

The desire to leave this popular MOBA had been building in me for some time. 624 more words


Chelsea - Capital One Cup Champions 2014/15

Chelsea have picked up the first piece of silverware available this season after defeating Tottenham 2-0 at Wembley to lift the Capital One Cup.

Admittedly I didn’t get chance to watch the game, and from what I’ve read not a very exciting one, but as a Chelsea supporter I can only echo what José Mourinho said post-match: “Finals are for winning, not playing” – something us as football fans may not necessarily prefer to watch, but as long as it wins silverware I don’t think anybody will argue against it. 299 more words


Post-game: Sydney Derby 3; Kerem Bulut, the RBB and the Spineless FFA


As a fan, that was my favourite regular season match (let’s not get too carried away with what the match actually meant for us, huh…) by far. 545 more words


Historicist: The Tabor Hill Ossuary

The bones of 500 First Nations people are found in a centuries-old Scarborough burial pit.

On August 17, 1956, while levelling land to make way for a new subdivision, a power shovel ripped into the side of Tabor Hill, northeast of the intersection of Lawrence Avenue and Bellamy Road. 29 more words