Alan Pardew has conceded his future at Crystal Palace is dependent upon arresting the side’s dismal recent form and admitted the club themselves are in crisis before Saturday’s pivotal visit of Southampton to Selhurst Park.
Mark Lawrenson has backed Tottenham to beat Swansea 2-0.
An interest rate rise in the US looks a near certainty after another solid month of job creation in the world’s largest economy.
A banker who attacked his wife with an axe and knife more than 120 times after she asked for a divorce has been sentenced to life in prison.
Part of an overhaul that sees the bank focusing more on wealth management.
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Top flight clubs are in good hands with their goalkeepers at the moment but Jeroen Zoet should still attract some longing glances.
Brendan Rodgers’s Celtic will face Motherwell away from home in the Scottish Premiership this afternoon.
The Aston Villa boss was linked with the Leeds star when manager at Premier League Hull City.
Manchester United and Feyenoord go head-to-head on Thursday night.
Liverpool target Sardar Azmoun scored as Rostov beat Bayern Munich 3-2 this evening.
Chelsea should be wary of losing Dominic Solanke to Manchester United.
Former Newcastle maestro Hatem Ben Arfa provided an assist for PSG against Arsenal.
Tottenham Hotspur have won just once in their last nine outings.
Celtic started Callum McGregor against Barcelona in the Champions League last night.
Roy Keane thinks Celtic should look towards Dutch football for some new signings.
The West Ham United forward would have plenty of motivation to excel.
Pundit says Tottenham would not have made the same mistake as West Ham.
Zidane scored for Real Madrid this week – Enzo Zidane, that is. Just when his dad thought things could not get any better, the 21-year-old got a goal on his debut – 17 minutes after he walked on to the Bernabéu pitch and a decade after his father last walked off it.
A man from the Daily Telegraph once told me an interesting story about John Terry, Fabio Capello and one of those informal chit-chats England managers like to have with journalists.
Pep Guardiola has praised Antonio Conte as possibly the world’s finest manager and said the Italian has made Chelsea even stronger contenders to win the Premier League title.