Young Academic Football News : Official January transfer deadline deals

Well guys, here it is as promised. A full low-down on all the 2011 January transfer deadline day news – we reckon it’s probably the craziest window of all time! British record fees, strikers leaving for rival clubs and 11th hour bids rejected – it had it all. Below are all the major deals that definitely went through as well as a great interview with new Liverpool signing and star of the World Cup – Luis Suarez. Remember, Young Academic is the best place for all of your student news and current affairs so make sure you bookmark this page and get following our Facebook and Twitter pages!


Sports News: Is this the most dramatic transfer deadline day to date?

Well, we were going to wait until tommorow to bring you all the deadline day transfer news from the Barclays Premier League but with so much going on we couldn’t resist it. As you know, Young Academic brings you all the latest student, entertainment, sports and current affair stories so read the following report on a hectic day in the UK transfer market.


Sports News: 29 year-old Macclesfield Town midfielder dies in his sleep

Perhaps the most tragic news that we have had to report at Young Academic as the death of 29 year-old Macclesfield Town midfielder Richard Butcher has been confirmed. In news that will rock the football league, Burton Albion’s match with Macclesfield Town today has been postponed out of respect. Much of the student news we have been reporting this week seems to have been put into perspective following this huge shock.

Young Academic Student Sport: BUCS to launch student magazine

Now, we would always encourage you to believe that Young Academic is the only student news service for you as we cover only the most engaging and important student issues. We have to take our hats off to BUCS though, as they have put together a comprehensive student sports magazine and we can’t recommend it enough. Make sure you keep coming back to us for all your academic, entertainment and gap year news as we have some real treats lined up…


Funding and training vital as Britain looks to nurture young talent for 2012

WITH ICONS like Lord Sebastian Coe, Daley Thompson and Sir Steve Redgrave spearheading Britain’s campaign for top new athletes nationwide, it would be hard to find better role models for up and coming sportspeople to aspire to. The former Olympic champions will find themselves busy during the next five years as they attempt, with the help of a whole host of other sporting legends, to unearth the individuals who can achieve gold for Britain.

Kwakye to attend BUCS Championships

“At Nike, serving the athlete has always been at the forefront of everything we do. Be it through providing innovative, technical products or supporting development and profile-raising.”


Amir Khan Interview

Amir Khan has become somewhat of a national hero since his heroics at the 2004 Olympics in Athens. In the six years that have followed, he has become World Champion, set up a series of local charities and is now preparing for the biggest fight of his life under the stewardship of legendary Oscar De La Hoya.