The Arsenal boss is among those on the bookmakers list to replace Roy Hodgson.
There was a time, in the second set, when the tiara slipped a little on the head of the princess of women’s tennis.
The fact that Marcus Willis was appearing at Wimbledon at all, he said earlier this week, was already “surreal” – only the 23rd best player in Britain and the world No 772, he is the second lowest-ranked player in the men’s singles competition this year and the lowest-ranked player to have earned a place through qualifying in almost 20 years.
A Californian woman has won $10,000 in compensation from Microsoft after Windows 10 automatically tried and failed to install on her Windows 7 computer.
This is what should be done by politicians to avoid a global recession after Brexit, former Wells Fargo CEO Dick Kovacevich says.
Britain's vote to leave the European Union has hit the tennis lawns, too.
England crashed out of Euro 2016 thanks to a 2-1 loss to Iceland, with Premier League stars from Tottenham and Manchester City particularly disappointing.
Wanyama says Tottenham's supporters helped convince him to join.
If the Gunners are to win their first league title since 2004, they need the Chilean to be focused after another Copa America victory.
Would this have happened at Anfield? Not very likely!
On a gloomy day on the south coast, there was a dark cloud over Heather Watson, who will head to Wimbledon with diminished levels of confidence after she continued her poor run of form by tumbling out of the Aegon International in the first round.
The tributes over, MPs on both sides of the house rose to applaud Jo Cox. Moments later, up in the gallery, her sister Kim stood to clap both Jo and the MPs who had honoured her memory so movingly.
Politicians should not put an arbitrary cap on migration because numbers fluctuate according to the health of the economy, Andy Burnham has said. In a Guardian debate on the EU, the shadow home secretary gave a firm defence of the role immigrants play in the NHS and dismissed the idea of a fixed limit.