Why should I care what happens?
Shane Lowry, in the immediate aftermath of his memorable victory over Rory McIlroy, cautioned that he was not of a mind to start any celebrations just yet.
If there is a saving grace for Rory McIlroy, it is that Tiger Woods is developing a habit of mirroring the Northern Irishman's under-performance. McIlroy's strong position at the summit of the world rankings, then, is not under threat for now.
The work and pensions secretary, Iain Duncan Smith, has urged his party's candidate at the Eastleigh byelection to constantly remind voters that the former holder of the seat, the disgraced Liberal Democrat MP Chris Huhne, "is a liar".
The Liberal Democrats are facing demands to review a number of previous allegations of sexual impropriety against senior party figures, following damaging claims against an influential peer.
I met David when we were both nine, enrolling for St Mary's boy scouts in Bromley.
Arsène Wenger is adamant that he remains the manager to "take Arsenal forward" and has again insisted that the club is close to rivalling the best in England and Europe.
Sir Alex Ferguson believes the individual fees paid to agents should be made public to show the "ridiculous" amounts they can receive.
Rafael Benítez believes Chelsea travel to Manchester City on Sunday a better side than the one that confronted the Premier League champions in the first game of his interim stewardship almost three months ago and hopeful they can still oust their opponents to achieve a top-two finish.