Nick Wilby
Nick Wilby is the editor of a number of award-winning sports and betting websites, including He holds a degree from Cardiff University and his work has featured in some of the UK’s leading newspapers and magazines.

Entries by Nick Wilby

'The Best Ever'? Hold Your Judgement on Masterful Mayweather

(0) Comments | Posted 14 May 2015 | (08:46)

Undefeated Floyd Mayweather may have finally added Manny Pacquaio's name to his extraordinary resumé, but the five-weight world champion must have spent every day since his majestic May 2nd victory wondering what he needs to do to silence his critics once and for all.

After pocketing over $200million for a...

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Froch v Groves II: Time To Settle Unfinished Business

(0) Comments | Posted 21 May 2014 | (17:36)

Carl Froch and George Groves will settle their rivalry once and for all in the most lucrative fight in British boxing history next week.

Stirred by the controversial finish to their first bout in Manchester last November, the showpiece will shatter the post-war record crowd for a boxing match -...

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Gareth Bale's Record Transfer: Why Everyone's a Winner

(9) Comments | Posted 3 September 2013 | (00:00)

One of the Premier League's lengthiest transfer sagas of all time finally came to an end on Sunday when Gareth Bale completed his staggering £85.2million transfer to Real Madrid.

The superstar becomes the world's most expensive player and the 2013 PFA and FWA Player of the Year has signed a...

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Five Reasons Why We'll Miss Mario Balotelli

(0) Comments | Posted 30 January 2013 | (11:17)

Roberto Mancini will bid an emotional farewell to Mario Balotelli this week when the Premier League's most controversial player completes a move to AC Milan.

Mancini's patience with the superstar's antics on and off the pitch seems to have come to an end but Balotelli will leave English football with...

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Steve Kean: The Manager Who Can't Be Moved

(3) Comments | Posted 25 September 2012 | (15:58)

Very few managers in world football have the privilege of appearing to be unsackable. In England Sir Alex Ferguson is allowed to work with that pleasure, along with Arsene Wenger, probably David Moyes... and Steve Kean.

When Kean was handed the Blackburn Rovers job in December 2010, the side were...

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Royal Ascot: Black Caviar Set to Shine

(0) Comments | Posted 20 June 2012 | (17:40)

Have you heard of Black Caviar? No? Well by Saturday you surely will have done, when the 'Wonder from Down Under' puts her unbeaten record on the line and looks to confirm her status as the greatest sprinter in racing history. And where better to do that than at Royal...

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Five Players Set To Light Up Euro 2012

(4) Comments | Posted 8 June 2012 | (00:00)

The wait for the 2012 European Championship is finally over and some of the continent's finest players will be preparing to showcase their talents on one of the grandest stages in the world.

The likes of Zinedine Zidane, Marco van Basten and Michel Platini have all secured greatness in championships...

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Ten Reasons Why England Can Win Euro 2012

(37) Comments | Posted 31 May 2012 | (00:00)

The countdown to Euro 2012 has begun in earnest now that Roy Hodgson has been given the task of leading England into battle this summer.

England's preparation has been typically baffling and the media circus that follows the team is in full swing, but there are ten good reasons to...

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