The Royal Bank of Scotland boss responsible for deciding the fate of the most financially stretched companies in Britain has insisted the bank did the right thing by stopping HMV tipping over into bankruptcy for almost two years – before finally pulling the plug this month.
Inter Milan midfielder Philipe Coutinho looks set to join Liverpool after the Anfield club’s third bid for the player was accepted.
Chelsea were reportedly also keen on the Portuguese left back, but in securing Ashley Cole for another year, they are unlikely to go in for Coentrao, who could leave Real Madrid this summer.
According to reports all over the continent Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson is ‘chasing’ Benfica defender Ezequiel Garay.
22-year-old Aaron Ramsey burst on to the scene back in 2008 as one of the most promising British talents of his generation. Arsenal signed him from Cardiff City for a fee of £4.8 million when he was barely 18 years old.
While teams are understandably after the young England international should Premier League teams also start looking at former West Brom and Aston Villa defender Curtis Davies?
Isaac Cuenca could join Arsenal on loan from Barcelona for the rest of the season but what does he add in wide areas that Lukas Podolski and Theo Walcott can’t?
If Jose Mourinho leaves Real Madrid this summer, would a second spell at Chelsea necessarily be the best thing?
His fellow eyewitnesses are dying off, but Alfonso Cánovas, 95, remembers Barcelona becoming one of the first major cities in the world to be subjected to a campaign of aerial bombardment.
Hacktivist group Anonymous said Saturday it had hijacked the website of the US Sentencing Commission in a brazen act of cyber-revenge for the death of internet freedom advocate Aaron Swartz.