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featuresports14 days ago

Good, Bad and Ugly ft. Cricket's comeback, Warne's sly dig and Chhetri's racist encounter

The Covid-19 battle has not been easy and the world is still dealing with it, with just a handful of sporting activities having gotten underway. Even with little developments, there has been plenty of drama across the globe, thanks to social media, which brings us to this week's Good, Bad & Ugly.
sounak mullick
featuresports21 days ago

Good Bad Ugly ft. Bundesliga comeback, Shoaib Akhtar's tweet and Mario Balotelli's spat with teammate

What can possibly be termed as 'Good' when the entire world is struck by a deadly virus that has already claimed the lives of millions. But, sports actually possess the capability of keeping its flow even in dire straits, which is exactly evident from the good, bad and ugly events from the week.
sounak mullick
featuresportsa month ago

Good Bad Ugly ft. Umar Akmal ban, end of an era in Indian sports and Ligue 1 fiasco

No sporting action in close sight but this surely was a week of many stories coming out from the world of ultimate fantasy. From Umar Akmal being banned to the controversial decision taken by Ligue de Football Professionnel(LFP), we have so many things to discuss. Presenting you, Good, Bad and Ugly.
Bastab K Parida
featuresportsa month ago

Good, Bad and Ugly ft. ECB’s acumen, Ajax’s misfortune, and BAI’s laxity

We’re back with another weekly edition of Good, Bad and Ugly which is basically a roundup of some of the most startling events that have taken place this week. And that includes the England Cricket Board’s timely actions, Ajax being denied the Eredivise, and pornographic images at an online session.
Sritama Panda
featuresports2 months ago

Good, Bad and Ugly ft. Graeme Smith, Newcastle’s Saudi takeover and the never-ending Indo-Pak spat

If you think listening to Rebecca Black’s ‘Friday’ is the only feasible solution to remembering what day of the week it is, you’re wrong. A warm and sunny Sunday afternoon is never complete without SportsCafe’s ‘Good, Bad and Ugly’, and so we’re back again with your favourite weekend article.
Anirudh Suresh
featuresports2 months ago

Good, Bad & Ugly ft. CK Vineeth, Michael Clarke and Liverpool’s reversal

Welcome back to another week in quarantine, where we all have been entertained to the various highlights and some ridiculous statements made by sportspersons. This week has been nothing different, thanks to Michael Clarke, Liverpool and UFC’s ‘Fight Island,’ which is about to get ready.
Aakash Sivasubramaniam
featuresports2 months ago

Good, Bad, Ugly ft. Players community service, Clubs furloughing staff, and Gambhir offence

Writing this column has always been fun because of the sheer drama that sports have to offer on a regular basis. But the Coronavirus pandemic has ensured no sporting action, thus expanding us to a bigger territory - understanding the humane side of the sportsmen we adore day in and day out.
Bastab K Parida
featuresports2 months ago

Good, Bad & Ugly ft. Appie Nouri, 2020 Tokyo Olympics and Keyboard warriors

Well, we are all on a break now, certainly sports is on a break, but don’t worry, we got you covered with some of the good ones, bad ones and definitely the more ugly ones. One, two, three, four, five, six. Using six - the perfect number - we tell you what there is in the world of sports this week.
Aakash Sivasubramaniam
featuresports3 months ago

Good, Bad & Ugly ft. Mary Kom, French Open and Football’s fight against Covid 19

2020 has, thus far, made us wonder if there is even any good left in this world anymore. Turns out there is, but just that it’s been overwhelmed by the bad and the ugly. In SporsCafe’s March 22 edition of ‘Good, Bad & Ugly’, we tell you who to love, who to hate and who to despise.
Anirudh Suresh
featuresports3 months ago

Good, Bad & Ugly ft Cristiano Ronaldo, the Ranji Trophy final and the Coronavirus

We’re back with another weekly edition of Good, Bad and Ugly which is basically a roundup of some of the most startling events that have taken place this week. And that includes the Road Safety series, Cristiano Ronaldo, and the coronavirus ruling the world of sport among other things.
SportsCafe Desk