The Sky Sports pundit has been previewing Spurs' Premier League clash with Leicester.
Liverpool will face Arsenal at Anfield in the Premier League on Wednesday evening.
A former researcher for GlaxoSmithKline claims his job was snuffed out by the pharmaceuticals giant because he repeatedly raised warnings about alleged mistakes in studies that were used to help sell the company's smoking-reduction products.
Golf has a new money king.
National Football League owners on Tuesday night approved the St. Louis Rams' plan to move to Los Angeles and gave the San Diego Chargers the option to join them.
Former Butler star Andrew Smith, a key player on Brad Stevens’ team that went to the national title game in successive years, died on Tuesday from cancer. He was 25.
David Cameron has defended his government’s record on the environment and climate change, saying suggestions of backsliding are “total and utter nonsense”.
David Cameron has been criticised by senior MPs after he refused to allow parliament’s intelligence and security committee (ISC) unlimited access to the intelligence that led to recent drone strikes against Islamic State.
Ministers have been accused of playing “fast and loose” with public money after auditors discovered an increase in Whitehall spending on consultants and temporary staff who are paid up to £1,000 a day.
Sell (almost) everything, says Andrew Roberts, Royal Bank of Scotland’s credit guru.
A U.S. judge has given preliminary approval to a $110m settlement to resolve an investor lawsuit against Credit Suisse over toxic mortgage-backed securities issued before the 2008 financial crisis.
Welcome to this morning's transfer round-up. This edition features 'Manchester United looking at Eden Hazard?' and 'Renato Sanches linked to Manchester United again' plus more, so delve in below.
A selection of the latest stories in the media involving Liverpool Football Club this Friday morning.