Michael Schumacher has a personality and a shining two-decade career which can have a mesmerising effect on fans. Even us journalists can be left spellbound because after all somewhere deep down, even we are die-hard fans, are we not?
"You get paid to watch sport, how cool is your job!", is what I'm told often. And I'm sure fellow sports journalists will share the sentiment. What is cooler though, is the opportunity and good fortune to have watched sportspersons from close quarters, and hear their tales. Through this blog, I will try to share some of that ringside view with you guys, which makes covering sport so much more fun
|'Indian batsmen lack patience' Sunil Gavaskar has said that Indian batsmen failed to show enough patience against the South African fast bowlers.|
|No handshake for Murali Kartik After a controversial game, the Bengal team refused to shake hands with Railways skipper Murali Kartik.|
|Messi gets trolled on Facebook Several thousand derogatory remarks were left on Messi's Facebook page, many in Persian, trashing the 26-year-old superstar|
|San Iker upset with World Cup draw! The Spain captain does not want a group-stage rematch of the 2010 final.|
|Kenya's fatal EPL attraction A die-hard Manchester United fan committed suicide in Nairobi after the EPL giants slumped to back-to-back home losses.|