From Britain's next great goalkeeper to England's one-time scapegoat, the second tier is rife with top-level net-guarders.
Tottenham Hotspur came closer than they ever have before to winning the Premier League title last season.
Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers worked with Rangers midfielder Jordan Rossiter at Liverpool and defender Rob Kiernan at Watford.
Aston Villa are just where Ian Holloway said they would be.
The pressure could increase on Alan Pardew if Crystal Palace are defeated at Middlesbrough this weekend.
Former Leeds boss says he should have been given more time.
Everton have given Roberto Martinez a £10 million pay off.
For the third time in four days, the breakaway group had the final word. However, whereas in Kendal and Knutsford there was no doubt that an escapee would win, here nails were bitten until the very last metre, with Jack Bauer of New Zealand snatching victory even as Caleb Ewan of Australia led the peloton on to the heels of the third rider across the line, Erick Rowsell of the British team Madison-Genesis.
If a set of tennis can be described as flawless, that which Jamie Murray and Bruno Soares inflicted on Pierre-Hugues Herbert and Nicolas Mahut in the first 41 minutes of their semi-final win on day 11 of the 2016 US Open is surely a candidate.
It was boxing ability as much as musical talent that helped Prince Buster become a key figure in the birth of Jamaican ska music. During the mid-1950s Buster, who has died aged 78, sang in a number of small-time bands in the island’s capital, Kingston.
Shakur Stevenson’s dreams of winning an Olympic gold medal and ending the United States’ historic drought in men’s boxing ended in tears after he settled for silver with a split-decision loss to Cuba’s Robeisy Ramirez in the bantamweight final at Riocentro.
Charley Hull finished two shots off the bronze medal in the women’s Olympic golf competition won by Inbee Park. The South Korean finished on 16 under par, five shots clear of New Zealand’s Lydia Ko. A late flurry of birdies from the Kiwi, including one on the 18th green, relegated China’s Shanshan Feng to third.
The first words that came out of Vicky Holland’s mouth after a desperate sprint had taken her to a thrillingly unexpected Olympic triathlon bronze medal were an apology.