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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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Why anger in sport has a bad reputation

Anger has a bad reputation, but it is a fundamental part of who we are. Without it there would be no sport. It underlines our need to compete, accomplish and succeed. If managed, contained and expressed positively, anger can drive … Continue reading

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Jody Cundy: A True Warrior

My heart goes out to Jody Cundy. I don’t know if he broke the rules, if he made a mistake, if the officials were fair or not. But in that cry: “You can’t do this, I’ve worked all my life … Continue reading

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The Great British Olympic Spirit

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Why England MUST get angry to win Euro 2012

   

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Why England Must Relax to Win Euro 2012

 

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How England Can WIN Euro 2012

   

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