Tom Peck

Tom Peck is a reporter on The Independent's news desk with an interest in just about everything. In January 2012 he became the paper's Olympics Correspondent.

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Liverpool’s players and directors show the likes of Raheem Sterling and Jack Grealish a more benign form of balloon fun at their 1936 Christmas party

My Hippie Crack Shame - the legal height of scandal in these strange days

I went a bit light-headed for all of around 10 seconds

James Morrison celebrates putting West Brom ahead early

Crystal Palace vs West Brom match report: James Morrison and Craig Gardner crown Tony Pulis king on Selhurst return

Crystal Palace 0 West Brom 2: Pulis left Palace at the start of the season but returned to haunt his former club

Fifa president Sepp Blatter

If Sepp Blatter really is Jesus he wouldn’t have to be re-elected every four years

TOM PECK: Sepp Blatter, lord of all he surveys at Fifa but hardly the Light of the World

Bradford City FC chairman Stafford Heginbotham (left) with Mr Justice Popplewell, in front of the stand which was burnt at Bradford’s Valley Parade ground in 1985

Bradford City stadium fire: Claims the disaster was started deliberately 'nonsense', according to High Court judge

Tom Peck analyses the many questions raised by the sensational new evidence

Crowds on the pitch at Valley Parade stadium after the stand caught fire on 11 May 1985. The disaster killed 56 supporters

Valley Parade disaster: Survivor of Bradford City fire Martin Fletcher casts suspicion on chairman in new book

Businessman Stafford Heginbotham was facing financial difficulties – and had received payouts for previous blazes

New accolades may await John Terry

Tom Peck: And the prize for the sporting personality we all hate the most goes to...

COLUMN: JT, we think, could handle the ignominy. He's certainly had worse

It's time to rebuild Manchester City's ageing side - if Uefa allows

Manager Manuel Pellegrini has asked to be judged on what happens when Uefa's constraints are lifted

Manchester City have a chance to rebuild as shackles of FFP are relaxed

COMMENT: Thinks are not as gloomy as they seem at the Etihad

Jason Puncheon celebrates scoring for Palace while Manuel Pellegrini holds his head

Crystal Palace vs Manchester City match report: Glenn Murray and Jason Puncheon deliver terminal blow to City's title chances

The last time this corner of Croydon went this crazy, Luis Suarez was down on his haunches, crying in the centre circle, hiding his face below his shirt

Brendan Rodgers reacts during Liverpool's defeat to Arsenal

Future looks bleak for Liverpool after defeat to Arsenal all but ends Champions League qualification hopes

Arsenal 4 Liverpool 1: Brendan Rodgers' side are now eight points from Champions League qualification

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