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Pulis sacked, Liverpool shocked in Seville, Celtic thrashed in Paris: The Football Round Up

Missed last week’s Football Round Up show on Radio ENRG? Catch up now and listen as the boys discuss a full week of Champions League fixtures, as Liverpool were held in an enthralling night in Seville and Celtic were taught a lesson by Paris Saint-Germain. Plus, there’s a preview of the Scottish League Cup final and a discussion on Tony Pulis, as he became the fifth Premier League manager to lose his job this season. 

Celtic fight off Hibs comeback, Motherwell’s incredible run continues: Scottish League Cup semi-final recap

While it only may be October, the past weekend saw two deciding matches for who will be competing for Scottish football’s first piece of silverware of the season. On Sunday 26 November, Celtic will be defending their Scottish League Cup title against an in-form Motherwell side, who will be playing their first cup final since 2011. How did the finalists fair in their semi-final clashes? By David Ronney

Atlanta lose to leave Chiefs as only undefeated team: NFL Week 4 review

Atlanta’s defeat to the Buffalo Bills meant the Kansas Chiefs were the league’s only undefeated team going into this week’s Monday Night Football. The defeated Washington to move to 4-0 and extend their unbeaten run. Elsewhere there were wins for LA, Philadelphia and Cincinnati. NFL Week 4 review by Cameron Strorer.

A big week for the NFL, and an exciting one as the refs ruin Detroit’s weekend: Week 3 Review

Week 3 came to a close on Monday night in Glendale Arizona, and what a week it was. Half of the 16 games across week 3 were one score games, two were decided in overtime and another two were decided on walk off kicks. What a week – unless you’re a Lions fan. By Cameron Storer.

Manchester clubs take front foot in Premier League race

After another two dominant performances last weekend, it’s already looking as if the Premier League will be going to Manchester. City and United currently top the table with identical records and after such a strong start to the season, it’s hard to see how any other side can keep up. By Gregor Kerr. 

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REVIEW: VANT – Electric Circus (8-10-15)

Words By: Rachel Lee IN a time where the excitement of the indie scene days of Blur and Oasis fighting like cats and dogs seem but a distance memory, and the most controversial topic appears to be the love or hate view of Alex Turner’s quiff – the arrival of opinionated London band VANT is sure[…]