New Swansea City manager Bob Bradley broke his five-year silence on the end of his tenure as coach of the US national team, accusing Jürgen Klinsmann of “jockeying” for his job and calling his firing a “mistake”.
Celtic youngster Karamoko Dembele has been making the headlines in recent days.
In the 13 years since Darren Fletcher made his home international debut against Lithuania, Scotland have become all-too familiar with brutal disappointment. Just do not dare suggest to Gordon Strachan, as Fletcher prepares to claim cap 75 against the same opposition, that such matters are anything more than coincidence.
Newcastle's former winger is confident about what they can achieve this term.
Gareth Southgate has called upon his England players to be brave and excite a sold-out Wembley crowd in Saturday’s World Cup qualifier against Malta, as he promised to start Wayne Rooney, most likely in midfield, despite the captain’s recent difficulties at Manchester United.
Philip Hammond has ruled out a “splurge” in public spending to support the economy in next month’s autumn statement and said that any help to boost demand would be on only small projects that deliver productivity improvements.
A Vauxhall Insignia estate sits in the space at Melwood where a Porsche Panamera GTS used to be. But that’s not it. Too superficial. Plus, he’s an ambassador for Vauxhall. Anfield now houses a luxurious main stand and an extra 8,500 supporters. But that’s not it either.
For the first time in their short history, New York City FC are in Mexico. On Friday night, they face Club Necaxa from Liga MX at Estadio Victoria in Aguascalientes.
This season has reached the stage when those who wield the power at clubs take stock and weigh up whether their team is heading in the right direction. The pressure to act quickly is strong, the increasingly trigger-happy chairmen of the land have managers looking over their shoulders.
The US economy added only 156,000 jobs in September, the US Department of Labor announced on Friday, a figure likely to be seized on as the presidential race enters its final stretch. The unemployment rate was 5%, up from 4.9% in August.
A Morgan Stanley unit allegedly set up a high-pressure contest to spur financial advisers to cross-sell loans backed by investment accounts in an effort to boost banking and lending business and gain ground on rivals, the Massachusetts securities regulator said in a complaint against the company.
Some of the biggest electronic traders are complaining that a new test in the U.S. stock market will compromise their top-secret strategies, one of their most valuable assets.
Royal Bank of Scotland will pay $120m to resolve a Connecticut state investigation into the bank's underwriting of toxic mortgage-backed securities ahead of the 2008 financial crisis, authorities said on Monday.