Cheating in Sport
‘The hand of God’, a phrase that most football fans have heard of and probably all English Football fans have ingrained into their souls. The phrase that is used to describe one of the most infamous goals in World Cup history. Following on from the last blog in this series where we discussed Lance Armstrong’s continuation of wrongdoings, today we will be looking at the deceitful moment in history from the often claimed ‘world’s greatest footballer’.
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I recently watched the documentary “Stop at nothing" about Lance Armstrong and I have never watched a television programme that has provoked such strong emotion in me. Armstrong continues to benefit from an entirely self-serving, blatant regime of cheating that made him a multi-millionaire. Read on to find out how.
At the elite level many only compete in sport to win, it’s not about the taking part that counts it’s playing to win. In this series we explore where the will to win was so strong in some it took them beyond what was legal, with today's focus being on the biggest ethical violation in sports history.