Bank of America has dodged a $1.3bn (£990m) fine, after a US court decided to drop the issue.
John Hartson has backed West Ham United, Leicester City and Sunderland stars for a call-up to Sam Allardyce's first England squad this week.
West Brom appear to have signed an alternative to Leeds left-back Charlie Taylor.
Murty is the new Head Development Squad coach at Ibrox.
Brendan Rodgers side take on the Israeli side in the Champions League this week.
Leigh Griffiths has established himself as one of Celtic’s best players.
Collymore compares Bailly to Vincent Kompany.
West Ham United's low key start to life at the Olympic Stadium could be a blessing in disguise for Slaven Bilic and his players even if it is somewhat boring for fans.
The Guangzhou Evergrande midfielder is set for his first cap since 2014 after being called up to Tite's Brazil squad.
Celtic supporters are raising money for Palestine.
Google has taken the next big step forward in its war against the password – an open source system to instantly and securely log you into apps on your phone using your password manager.
There are two ways to view the 2016 Olympics: cynically, as witnessed by sluggish ticket sales, civil unrest, a noisily creaking infrastructure and the absence of many of the world’s best athletes, or with a kinder eye, as championed by Andy Murray.