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Luis Suarez – the Truth behind his bites

David Woolfson Interview Suarez bites June 2014  Salford City Radio. Hear this to find out what no one else had discussed about the real motivation behind the biting behaviour of Luis Suarez. Unique insights and understanding of what is really … Continue reading

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BBC Mike Parr Show – “Do we have to lose our temper?”

BBC Mike Parr Show July 2013

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Sky Sports News Radio on Luis Suarez

This is a more in-depth interview about Suarez Sky Sports News Radio shared a link. Saturday Hear from anger management specialist David Woolfson from Anger Planet on Luis Suarez. He caught up with Chris Siddall on Good Morning Sports Fans earlier today.  … Continue reading

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The Voice in Luis Suarez’s Bite!

LBC CLIP Suarez 25.4.13  

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Rio Ferdinand, John Terry, the FBI and the Rooney Rule

Rio Ferdinand is now ready to shake hands with John  Terry and Ashley Cole. This is a turn around, how he has reached this decision.  In any relationship YOU are the most important person. You are foremost in your relationship … Continue reading

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The Shame of Lance Armstrong is ours too

The story is now familiar, the bullying the doping and the denials. Here is a man where the anger which drives you to success spills over into a different kind of anger, the dark historic kind. This takes you over, … Continue reading

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Ashley Cole, South African Miners and the Power of Texts and Tweets

While we focus on the Ashley Cole tweets and whether he should be banned against San Marino on Friday, whether the content of his tweet is as serious as Rio Ferdinand’s retweet of “choc  ice”, in South Africa 12,000 striking … Continue reading

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Ashley Cole, Freedom and the Dangers of Twitter

Twitter is a phenomenon, we are told it played a role in the Arab Spring, the demonstrations in Iran and other global events. Everyone from Mandela to Boris Johnson tweets. It seems that authoritarians around the world would like to … Continue reading

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Ryder Cup – It was Neurology “Wot Won It”

There seems to be a moment in team events when everything crystallises or falls apart, witness Manchester United’s pitiful first half against Spurs and the change in the second half, their heroic but ultimately fruitless attempt to pull back Spurs’ … Continue reading

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Lewis Hamilton – Why he left McLaren

Life is a process of separation. It can be painful. We leave the womb, we stop breast feeding, we learn to walk and suddenly find there is a big wide world out there. Mother be hidden behind the door, we … Continue reading

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Kate and Wills – Dealing With Difference

Today my attention is taken by the contrast between the travails of Kate Middleton http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-19595221 and the quest for justice around the terrible events at Hillsborough. I am surprised how readily I accept that both headlines seem to be getting equal … Continue reading

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Murray: no longer the ‘Nearly Man’

Andy Murray has broken through his self-imposed glass ceiling – he is no longer the “nearly man” of tennis. Murray won through twofold changes,  in his  attitude and self-belief  and in the ability to contain and  manage his anger and … Continue reading

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