There will be plenty of Tiger talk on this week’s What’s The Story?
With the FA quashing Hull City’s plans to change their name to Hull Tigers on Wednesday, we’ll be discussing marketing in football, the power held by foreign owners in the top flight and the relationship fans have with their clubs.
Staying with clubs, Tiger Woods’ absence from this week’s Masters has allowed the likes of Rory McIlory to step into the pre-tournament limelight – but will the Northern Irishman add to his major haul in Augusta? And does the absence of Woods’ stardust diminish the contest or enhance it? We'll consider the issue.
Finally, our panel of Johnny Nelson, Gail Emms, Jamie Peacock and Patrick Barclay will also discuss a report by the All Party Commission on physical activity, which shows that only 22 per cent of British adults exercise for 30 minutes a week. Are we really that unfit as a nation? And, if so, what should be done to tackle the problem?
Join host Sarah-Jane Mee and her guests for debate on these topics and get involved by tweeting @SkySportsWTS with #SkyWTS
What's The Story?: 10.15pm, Wed, Sky Sports 1 HD