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Friday media watch: Nepal, Scott Heggart, lesbians on ice


Sunil Babu Pant in Nepal The story of Nepal's first "gay Olympics" got a lot of attention from the mainstream press this week: The Wall...

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Sorry For All the Football from Fox Sports 1


Do you dream of bathing in an unending wave of college football goodness? Do you ever feel like you just see too much of your girlfriend, the sun or your Jack Russell, Bo?  If so, do we have...

Friday media watch: Forbes, Bleacher Report, Comcast, Huffington Post, Sky Sports


With more and more mainstream publications writing about gay athletes and issues of LGBT sports, we'll bring you weekly links of some of the best. Forbes' Bob Cook explores the question, If sports...

Hillsborough Front Page Roundup


"The Truth" plays a prominent role as This is Anfield looks at front page coverage of the Hillsborough Independent Panel's report, with "Justice" and "Cover-up" getting frequent mention as well along with Wednesday's most shocking and saddening revelation—that 41 of the 96 victims might have survived had the response of emergency services been better. Even the Sun makes an appearance for their front page proclaiming that "The Real Truth" has been exposed after 23 year. No thanks to them, of course, and it's not as though many—or perhaps any—Liverpool fan will pay their latest headline any attention given their role as exemplars of journalistic malpractice in the days following the tragedy. To browse through today's newspaper front pages and see how news sources across England reported on the panel's report, click through to This is Anfield.

Dani Pacheco and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Word


We've got a few things to get to as the Euros approach, but unfortunately there's only one story anyone seems to be talking about right now, so we'd best get it out of the way right off the top… *...

Gerrard Expects to Face Norwich, and Other Wednesday Nevillegasms


With the league campaign winding down without much to celebrate and everyone holding their breath waiting for the offseason craziness to kick off in earnest, it's been a quiet week of news from a...

Rafa Up for Chelsea Challenge, and Other Tuesday Notes


At the time of posting, it's Tuesday for 99.3% of the world's population, which means it's probably fair to call this Tuesday's news and notes. And for this Tuesday day, night, morning, evening,...

Your Regularly Scheduled Pre-United Madhouse, and Other Wednesday Notes


Luis Suarez has been back in action for twenty-five minutes, and he's already lucky he hasn't been banned two or four or seventeen more times. In related news, the buildup to a match against...

Dalglish on Suarez' Return Blown Out of Proportion, News at 11


"We don’t think he should ever have been away but we are delighted to get him back," Kenny Dalglish said when asked about the return of Luis Suarez following Monday's match against Tottenham. The...

Police Install Barriers at Hillsborough, and Other Saturday Notes


A comfortable scoreline and advancement to the next round of the FA Cup. Struggling players getting on the scoresheet. A good day, then. Even a great day. When absolutely nothing went wrong and no...

FA Won't Punish Racist Email Employee, and Other Thursday Notes


We wanted to talk about stuff that isn't Luis Suarez. We really, really did. But that didn't take into account one inescapable fact: Pretty much nobody is talking about Liverpool without also...

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