[Marcello-Calvin Adams] You can't mention drum 'n bass without thinking of Drumsound & Bassline Smith, or you can but they should be your first thought as they've pioneered the DnB era. Luckily for me, I got a "hook up" to see them perform this weekend past. In all honesty, I was a bit out of the loop with their music as of late, but I took it as a fresh start (I blame my job, even though I love it).
[Marcello-Calvin Adams] German attacking midfielder Mesut Ozil will be leaving the Bundesliga for the starting line-up of Real Madrid, for an undisclosed fee.
[Marcello-Calvin Adams] This has definitely been a World Cup of upsets and surprises. Major teams being knocked out, underdogs going through, but an exciting World Cup nonetheless.
[Marcello-Calvin Adams] Last night Bafana Bafana had a brilliant performance against Bulgaria, seeded 39th in the FIFA world rankings. It was an entertaining friendly between the sides played in front of a near full-capacity crowd at Orlando Stadium, which ended in a 1-1 draw.
[Marcello-Calvin Adams] Stellenbosch University “Maties” won the their third crown earlier this week, just about surviving a late attack by bitter rivals UCT to win the game 17-14 on their home ground in Stellenbosch.
[Marcello-Calvin Adams] Bafana Bafana might have hit a bump in the road in its preparation for the World Cup. The bump being that SAFA has to pay the Argentinean national football team USD1.5m just so that Bafana can play them. I don't see the logic either.
[Marcello-Calvin Adams] Arsenal's teenage Welsh sensation Aaron Ramsey has undergone surgery for a double leg break following his gory injury against Stoke City yesterday
[Marcello-Calvin Adams] Manchester United enjoyed a good 24 hours at the top of the table after demolishing bottom-of-the-log Portsmouth 5-0, three of those goals being own goals.
[Marcello-Calvin Adams] South African cricket was shocked as Mickey Arthur put in his resignation as coach of the national team last night, this just four days before the Proteas leave for their tour to India.
[Marcello-Calvin Adams] Arsenal became the latest victims from the Premier League elite to be knocked out of the FA Cup early. As Ricardo Fuller's double strike, combined with a Dean Whitehead goal, gave Stoke City a well-deserved 3-1 win over Arsenal on Sunday.