Pitch Issue No.5

When Dawn Breaks Anew


In this issue there is a bit more football to be found than is normal for us.  With pre-season concluded, the first trophy won, and with club’s likely signings now discussed, evaluated, and/or either having happened or faded away, the team is the team. And in that, Paul Simpson runs the rule over the Beautiful Game’s greatest-ever buys. By cost, value and impact.

There’s shinty through the voice of Norman ‘Brick’ MacArthur. The Ashes re-imagined. Rugby, cycling, American football, ten-pin bowling, some golf, water polo, Andy Carroll. And the anarchic world of hard enduro. All in all, it makes for fantastic reading, so don’t miss out.

Stories of Modern Sport


Stuart Broad

Pumping the Broad family for what makes their kith and kin so great.

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Rocket Fuel

How an era-defining, espresso-loving Brit went from Pendle to winning gold in Kitzbühel.

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Answering F1's biggest question: when does brilliance become boring?

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