Another great sporting weekend. One of the highlights has to be Paul Robinson’s goal against Watford on Saturday. That was his second goal in his career, and his first for Spurs.

The Rugby was disappointing. England were never likely to win the RBS Six Nations title given that they needed to win by a clear 57 points. But even so it was frustrating to lose to Wales. The consistency is still missing.

On a better note Lewis Hamilton made the podium in his debut in Formula 1, in the Australian Grand Prix. He certainly looks a good talent, and is in a good team, unlike Jenson Button who has already had to write off the start of his season because the car isn’t performing. Let’s just hope he can keep it up.

The Cricket World cup is proving to be eventful but I will post a separate post on that.

Chris
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Married to the amazing Sarah and raising Jakey, Daniel, Amelia, Josh & Jonah in our blended family. Passionate for Jesus, social work & sport.

0 thoughts on “Luton’s plea for financial help from Liverpool is turned down”

  1. I think the problem is, clubs such as Liverpool are being taken over by businessmen who put business above the game. From a business standpoint, it is fairly obvious why they turned down Luton’s plea – you wouldn’t want to give your profits away to help a competitor.

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