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Early thoughts on the Premier League

Quite often, football pundits won’t look before they leap into making a prediction, and in these inchoate stages of the new Premier League season, many have been up to their old tricks. But now that the burdensome transfer window has drawn to a close, and the clubs have all completed their business, I feel that judgments can now thoroughly be made.

The game that perhaps encompasses the season so far was Cardiff’s magnificent win over Manchester City at the Cardiff City stadium.» >

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Sun, Sport and Success: A summer sporting review

The summer has been kind to Britain this time around; the weather has been glorious, the sport has been non-stop, and for the second summer running we’ve been successful. The Olympic Summer was always going to be difficult to top but I think that this one may just have done it.

It kicked off in earnest on June 1, in Hong Kong, where the British and Irish Lions would begin their Summer Tour, with a dominant win against the Barbarians.» >

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Spark* Sport: An Introduction

Starting from this autumn, the Spark* newspaper sports section will be featuring its most diverse collection of articles and reporting yet. All the main university-related sports stories will be covered, as will all the key results and highlights from Reading Uni’s teams in the BUCs competitions.

Continuing on from previous years will be coverage of Reading FC’s home games in the Championship, with Spark* sending reporters as press representatives to games at the Madejski stadium.» >

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