Friday was International Women’s Day (thanks, guys – a whole day!), so I thought I’d compile my favourite sexist comments from readers of my football articles.
If Arsenal want to go after a holding midfield player this summer, they could do a lot worse than trying to sign Mohamed Sissoko from Paris Saint-Germain.
Dennis Bergkamp and Marc Overmars are currently working at Ajax and may be able to convince the talented Dane that his future lies at The Emirates and not White Hart Lane.
Back by popular demand.
Nomura filed a claim in London against Banca Monte Paschi di Siena SpA the same day Italy’s third-biggest bank lodged a suit against it in an Italian court in a dispute about derivatives.
Royal Bank of Scotland paid 95 employees more than $1.5m last year.
Barclays awarded Chief Executive Officer Antony Jenkins $3.5m last year and said fewer staff earned a million pounds than in 2011 as the British bank responds to public pressure and cuts costs.
It's a triumph. Pay at the top of Barclays is plunging, just as the directors always said it would. Look, only 428 staff earned more than £1m last year; that's down from 473 a year ago.
I was always being teased by my work colleagues that my boss had a soft spot for me, but I never imagined that he would one day profess his undying love.
Fabio Da Silva could be the reason Manchester United don’t go after Luke Shaw this summer.