Bruce Springsteen exists at that rarified level of fame where you get to move like a Dalek, without ever actually having to touch anything.
Aston Villa failed to win against Birmingham City in the Championship on Sunday.
Sports Direct and its shareholders are struggling to agree on a heavyweight individual to conduct an independent review of the business before a second vote to re-elect its chairman that must take place by early January.
Antonio Conte has warned that Chelsea remain a work in progress, despite an impressive burst of form that has left them a point off the top of the Premier League, and the manager is waiting until the new year before judging whether his team can mount a prolonged challenge.
Gone are the days when a manager could stride into his dressing room, say “Lads, it’s Tottenham” and leave the room satisfied that his message had been delivered. That was Sir Alex Ferguson’s way of motivating his players at Manchester United before games against the north London club, back when a streak of self-destructiveness threatened to undermine Spurs at every turn.
November can be a bit depressing. With the clocks having gone back, dusk starts descending in the afternoon, the mornings get steadily darker too and Christmas dominates the retail agenda to a surely unhealthy extent. If you are Arsène Wenger it is also a worrying time. During a tenure spanning two decades as Arsenal manager, November has consistently proved the cruellest month for the Frenchman.
Chelsea have been linked with a shock move for Newcastle's Jamaal Lascelles.
At first, the idea was simply to stop the bleeding. Three-nil down at half-time against Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium a little over five weeks ago, Antonio Conte switched to a back three.
Britain’s fund managers have written to the top 350 public companies telling them to publish how much their chief executives make compared with the average employee and to justify the amounts paid out each year.
The tech giant also reported earnings that beat Wall Street expectations on Tuesday.
Michael Gove has denied he stabbed his former ally Boris Johnson in the back when he stood against for the Conservative leadership, saying he believed the Tories had made the right decision by making Theresa May prime minister.