Turning the clocks back to the good old days of forgotten helmets, broken rackets, shorter shorts and longer sideburns.
VIJAY LOKAPALLY | 7th August 2021
VIJAY LOKAPALLY’S HEARTFELT TRIBUTE TO KAPIL DEV
Legendary cricket writer and author, Vijay Lokapally writes a heartfelt tribute to the one and only Kapil Dev.
S. SOORAJ | 9th July 2021
HAILING JONATHAN TROTT: THE FORGOTTEN MATCHWINNER
Jonathan Trott is criminally underrated for an absolute machwinner. S. Sooraj couldn’t agree more and writes on the legendary English No.3.
CHENGAPPA CARIAPA | 8th October 2020
REMEMBERING MOHAMMED SALIM: THE INDIAN FOOTBALLER WHO PLAYED FOR CELTIC
The age-old question that every Indian football fan asks is when a footballer from their country will play in a top European league? Mohammed Salim did just that and that too for the mighty Celtic. Here’s one of Indian football’s most iconic stories.
CHENGAPPA CARIAPA | 14th September 2020
THE ENIGMA OF TONY ADAMS: A FIRST AMONG EQUALS
Tony Adams is Mr. Arsenal. If there’s a player you want representing your club, it’s him. One of the greatest centre backs of all time and the captain of dreams, he was an unreal footballer but he had his struggles off the pitch with alcoholism and mental health. We explore the life and times of one of football’s most unique men.
SAM BROOKES | 25th August 2020
10 YEARS ON: WHEN NADAL COMPLETED THE GOLDEN SLAM
With Rafael Nadal confirming his absence at the US Open, we reminisce on 2010, a time when the Spaniard played a brand of tennis that was in a league of its own and won the Golden Slam to round off an unreal year.
ABHSHEK DASH | 2nd August 2020
THE GREATEST ENGLISHMAN THAT NEVER WAS
Duncan Edwards was a generational talent before his untimely demise as a result of sustaining injuries after the Munich Air Disaster. We hark back to a career that was cut short as Edwards was well on his way to becoming the greatest Englishman to ever kick a ball.
SAM BROOKES | 10th June 2020
ON THIS DAY: ENGLAND SMASH PAST 400 AND START A NEW ERA
On this day, England romped past 400 in 2015 and schooled a New Zealand side that were left hapless. We turn back the clocks to a special day that sparked the start of something special for English cricket.
ATUL KUMAR MAURYA | 6th June 2020
THE DAY SÖDERLING TOPPLED THE KING OF CLAY
This one’s from the vault as we revisit Robin Söderling’s shock semi-final victory over Rafael Nadal in the 2009 French Open.
MAX LOMBARDIA | 4th June 2020
Rolling Back The Years To Milan’s Iconic 2002-03 Season
TAPAN UNADKAT | 19th May 2020
A T20 CLASSIC- INDIA’S IMPOSSIBLE WORLD CUP COMEBACK WIN OVER BANGLADESH
SAM BROOKES | 16th May 2020
10 YEARS ON: HOW ENGLAND SET THE T20 BLUEPRINT BY STORMING TO WORLD CUP GLORY
HARSHAVARDHAN GHADGE | 14th May 2020
2013: THE YEAR THAT BELONGED TO SEB
ADITYA GOKHALE | 3rd May 2020
THE REAL MVP: WHEN MESSI, VILLA AND PEDRO JOINED FORCES AND TOOK SOULS
MAX LOMBARDIA | 28th April 2020
The Night Siniša Mihajlović’s Hattrick Of Free-kicks Sunk Sampdoria
ATUL KUMAR MAURYA | 21st April 2020
Stuart Broad’s 8-FER In Ashes 2015: The Performance Of A Lifetime
In an evenly poised Ashes series, Stuart Broad produced a bowling masterclass, ripping through the Australian batting with a spellbinding 8/15 on the day. Simply unforgettable.
HARSHAVARDHAN GHADGE | 14th April 2020
MESUT ÖZIL: AS REMEMBERED BY THE MADRIDISTAS
Looking back at the artistry and finesse of Mesut Özil during his time at Real Madrid, who made dropping jaws and reigning over world football as its outstanding creator a habit.
ATUL KUMAR MAURYA | 10th April 2020
ANIL KUMBLE: A BOWLER’S DREAM AND A BATSMAN’S NIGHTMARE
While Anil Kumble’s accolades speak for themselves, the legendary leggie’s greatest achievement is the fact that he had an inimitable style and he changed the game by doing things his own way.
MAX LOMBARDIA | 7th April 2020
IN IT FOR THE GLORY, NOT THE HONOR MENTION: THE DEL PIERO DIARIES
Alessandro Del Piero was one of those players that don’t come around too often. Capable of doing it all and more on the pitch, we hark back to the days when the Juve icon made the world dream.
KUSHAGR DIXIT | 4th April 2020
CHAMINDA VAAS: SWIMMING AGAINST THE CURRENT
Emerging from a spin-friendly nation, Chaminda Vaas burst onto the scene with a rare flair for pace and bid farewell to it as a cricketing great. We reminisce about a man who made a habit of breaking barriers.
ATUL KUMAR MAURYA | 2nd April 2020
WHEN THE WANKHEDE STOOD STILL: LOOKING BACK AT INDIA’S WORLD CUP GLORY 9 YEARS AGO TODAY
9 years to the day India lifted the World Cup, we walk down memory lane and remember the heroes that built a team that remains immortalized in a tournament that was nothing short of unforgettable
MAX LOMBARDIA | 28th March 2020
A LOVE LETTER TO AZZURRI’S CLASS OF ‘06
Italy’s World Cup winning campaign in 2006 was the stuff of dreams. From Cannavaro’s herculean displays, their extra time heroics against Germany to the iconic final, the Italian job will never be forgotten
KUSHAGR DIXIT | 26th March 2020
HERALDING RAHUL DRAVID: THE STUDENT OF THE GAME WHO BECAME THE MASTER
A silent leader, if there ever was one, Rahul Dravid did his talking on the pitch, inspiring a generation through a lesson in persistence, finesse and an untouchable legacy.
MAX LOMBARDIA | 22nd March 2020
REMEMBERING KAKÁ: THE PORTRAIT OF A GENIUS
Whether it’s his stunning footwork, his electric pace or his iconic celebration, Kaká was one of those players that made you fall in love with the beautiful game and remains an icon forever.
ATUL KUMAR MAURYA \ 11th December 2019
WIMBLEDON 2009 MEN’S SINGLES FINAL: ONE FOR THE AGES
KABIR ALI \ 29th November 2019
DALGLISH’S CLASS OF ’91 IS THE BLUEPRINT FOR KLOPP’S MENTALITY GIANTS TO WATCH THE THRONE
KUSHAGR DIXIT \ 12th November 2019
KRISHNAMACHARI SRIKKANTH: HOW TO OPEN WITH STYLE
AVICHAL GUPTA \ 20th October 2019
TURNING BACK THE CLOCKS TO INDIA’S HISTORIC FIRST WIN AGAINST AUSTRALIA
KUSHAGR DIXIT \ 16th September 2019
The Match That Saved Test Cricket
AVICHAL GUPTA \ 16th September 2019