The youngster is one of several signings brought to Ibrox by Mark Warburton this summer.
Theresa May has launched her bid for the Conservative leadership , promising that the UK will leave the EU and saying the country needs a prime minister who can unite the country.
Happy Birthday will presumably be being played on repeat in Apple Music’s offices today. It’s one year after Apple’s music-streaming service launched and it has 15 million subscribers.
Michael Gove is to stand for the Conservative leadership, saying he does not believe Boris Johnson has the necessary leadership skills to lead the country.
To paraphrase Archimedes, give me an algorithm, and I can move the world.
Belgium take on Wales in the Euro 2016 quarter-final tomorrow.
Gareth Bale was spotted in a Dinard cafe enjoying a milkshake the other day, taking a short break from the team hotel to inspect the Brittany resort where Wales have stationed themselves for the tournament. Being normal, in other words. “It’s nice to see where you have been staying, so I went to have a look at the local village,” he explains. “The cookie milkshake was lovely.”
Concerns have been raised within the Belgium squad that players may have been distracted before Friday’s eagerly anticipated Euro 2016 quarter-final against Wales as they negotiate transfers to further their club careers.
Here we go. Again. Once more unto the breach. Every two years the inquest begins and it can be as confusing, muddled and arbitrary as the decisions that got us there.
The £50,000 Marcus Willis collected in two matches at Wimbledon this week sounds like the sort of money that would encourage young players across the country to rush to their nearest tennis club and start swinging a racket.
The president of the Croatian football federation, Davor Suker, has congratulated the French authorities for the way they have handled trouble at the European Championship and urged his country’s government to act against hooligans, insisting that 99.9% of their supporters are well behaved.
“It’s not as if we have been knocked out,” Andrés Iniesta said, but it was exactly as if they had been knocked out.