I’m not angry, I’m disappointed. As the the dust starts to settle on Major League Baseball’s latest PED related suspension – this time ending the season of Brewers’ Outfielder Ryan Braun – I thought I would share how I feel... read more »
Stephen Kilbey is a British, die-hard Packers fan, who dreams of becoming a full-time journalist when he finishes university. Stephen writes features on the Green and Gold and various topics around the US sports games played in the UK for Pocket Doppler, alongside his many ventures writing about Auto-Racing for a website based in the UK. He also avidly watches Hockey (Hurricanes), College Sports (Volunteers), Baseball (Dodgers) and Basketball (Heat) but stupidly chose to support teams from all over the USA, spanning the various American timezones - no wonder he is constantly tired. When he isn't up all night watching US sports, he spends time planning his next trip to Lambeau Field while trying to work out the logistical side of how he can move to Wisconsin before his Packers season ticket becomes available in 30 years time.
In the past few years, and almost out of nowhere, the Vanderbilt Commodores recruited and produced one of the NFL’s most exciting defensive players, who’s rookie season in 2012 gave the Packer defense something to shout about. He may be... read more »
“You know, I was surprised, ‘cos you don’t expect to be able to run the ball as easily as I did on such a big stage. But the coaching staff had a great gameplan and we came out with an offensive mindset, the offensive line were really... read more »
The green room is empty, of players that is, except for one. He clenches his cell phone in his left hand, eager for it to ring. When it does he shows a faint smile and turns round to hug his mum. Randall Landonald Cobb II may have had to wait... read more »
Sport. I used to frequently wonder why I am so obsessed with it, and in particular, sport that is contested thousands of miles away from my humble abode in London. Why do I get more emotional during the run up to Packer playoff games than on... read more »
Its spring 2007 and the NFL, NHL and NBA all decide to try something new, play their sport in Europe. Four games would be played that year, all in front of sellout crowds, fans like me rejoiced; three of our favourite American sports were coming... read more »