Jimmy Bullard and Stan Collymore were impressed with Dele Alli’s performance for Tottenham Hotspur against Crystal Palace in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon.
The French player was once again a star-man in the 2-2 draw with Manchester City.
Sunderland-owned Liam Bridcutt was impressed with Chris Wood’s performance for Leeds United against Bristol City in the Championship on Saturday afternoon.
Nicola Sturgeon warned David Cameron on Sunday that he would be making a mistake if he tried holding his EU referendum in June.
West Bromwich Albion played out a goalless draw with Aston Villa in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon.
The 29-year-old Spaniard has received plenty of criticism this season but drew praise from the Hornets faithful on Saturday.
Here is how Everton and Swansea City will line up this weekend:
The Foxes are not keen on losing their number one in the January transfer window.
Eric Dier is good at football but just terrible at dancing.
Rangers midfielder Nicky Law’s current contract with the Ibrox outfit runs out at the end of the season.
The sports brand want Alli to be their face of football, but it would mean a Spurs exit.
Charlie Mulgrew joined Blackburn Rovers in the summer transfer window after leaving Celtic.
The Swansea City player has been linked with a move to West Ham United and now his price tag has been reported.
The Manchester City star has been commenting on the title race.
Tottenham Hotspur beat West Bromwich Albion 4-0 at White Hart Lane this afternoon.
The prolific striker can't stop scoring in League Two and Leeds United are reportedly ready to give him a chance at a higher level.
Steve Bruce has admitted that Ross McCormack is struggling at Aston Villa.
Mark Warburton took Rangers to Germany but suffered a heavy loss.
Everton are reportedly ready to part company with Tyias Browning in the January transfer window.
West Bromwich Albion missed out on the Frenchman, so have now switch their attention to Hull City midfielder Jake Livermore.
London has topped a ranking of the world's most innovative cities for the second year in a row, helped by a string of plans to boost the capital city's infrastructure.
They were studying the snow forecasts in Davos on Friday. But the 3,000 bankers and CEOs who had flown to the Swiss ski resort for the annual gathering of the global business elite were not interested in what conditions would be like on the slopes this weekend. Rather, they were focused on the monster blizzard stalking the US.
The new year kicked off with a global stock market and commodities rout over worries about the global economic outlook and China’s economy in particular.