Posted by sean on June 17, 2007 at 9:30 pm in Football, Other Sport with 1 Comment

Firstly, apologies to all of those who hate my sport blogs, as this is going to be one on the sensitive topic – be fair though, I haven’t mentioned football for some weeks now.

Congratulations are well and truly in order for Lewis Hamilton, the F1 driver. Back-to-back victories, and so much achieved at such a young age. I think ‘Little Lewis’ has rekindled my interest in motor sport.

I also wish to give praise to the England Under-21 football team. This evening they beat Serbia to reach the semi-finals in the European Championship. I just wish their senior counterparts could play with such effort and desire.

Finally, congratulations to Real Madrid for winning La Liga. As a Barca fan, I cannot deny the fact I am disappointed, but the best team won, and it seemed fitting that Sir Beckham (as he will soon, no doubt be known) should bow out with a winners medal. I watched the celebrations on TV, and have to be honest, they were nothing compared to those when Bath City won the league last month.

Good night!

One Response to TalkSport

  1. goatman-g

    June 17, 2007 - 10:18 pm

    Great for Arsenal – we can now flog Reyes for twice as much as he's worth. So that'd be about 50 pence..

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