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Tom Beresford

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Sports journalist. Non-League football reporter. YouTuber, presenter, podcast host. Previously heard on FiveLive and Love Sport Radio. Managed by Epic Sports Management

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New West Ham United boss, Oli Harder will be the first to admit that he’s relishing the challenge that lies ahead. The 34-year-old, who...

Tutte: “It was a hard one to take.”

Bolton Wanderers midfielder, Andrew Tutte was one of many Wanderers players left reeling from Saturday’s slender 1-0 defeat to Crawley Town at the University...

Evatt: “We didn’t deserve to lose.”

Bolton Wanderers boss, Ian Evatt left the University of Bolton Stadium on Saturday afternoon with plenty to ponder, following another ‘frustrating’ afternoon on home...

Adam’s on the hunt, following heroic win

Rising north-east star, Adam Hunt was faced with an anxious wait on Thursday evening as he booked his place in the last 16 at the Grand Slam of Darts, on debut.

My darts obsession: Richard Stanway

Richard Stanway, 33, is a darts enthusiast, originally from the West Midlands. Now, Richard is well-known across the darting universe for his ridicously-impressive collection...

Joe Davis: “What an overwhelming feeling.”

As the 2020 PDC Unicorn Development Tour campaign came to a close in Barnsley last weekend, in a shortened year for the young stars,...

Gerrard: “to concede two goals away from home makes it very difficult to win football matches.”

Following Rangers' 'frustrating' 2-2 draw at Easter Road against Hibernian on Sunday afternoon, the gaffer, Steven Gerrard admitted that it was a disappointing afternoon's work in terms of the result.

Adams’ first Saints goal stuns City

Che Adams scored his first Premier League goal in stunning fashion as Southampton battled through a Manchester City barrage to earn victory in a action-packed encounter at St Mary's.

Barton: “we’re still alive in this.”

Fleetwood Town boss, Joey Barton firmly beleives that his side can turn around their League One play-off semi-final against Wycombe Wanderers, despite losing the first leg 4-1 at Highbury on Friday evening.

Barton: “We just had an off night.”

Fleetwood Town boss, Joey Barton reacts following his sides 4-1 defeat to Wycombe Wanderers at Highbury on Friday evening in the first leg of their Sky Bet League One play-off encounter, speaking to Sky Sports after the final whistle.

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