Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur have both been linked with Brazilians in Donetsk, so why are they there in the first place?
When Cesc Fabregas arrived at the Nou Camp in 2011, he was known as one of the best midfielders on the continent. His performances as Arsenal’s captain and key playmaker demonstrated his incredible gift for passing football.
Hugo Lloris's comments about his current footballing situation remind me of the old cliche about just how 'mad' goalkeepers really are. But are they?
Paolo Sousa and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer led their respective teams, Videoton of Hungary and Molde of Norway to impressive wins in the Europa League. Could one be the next boss at Ewood Park?
I am driving through London in summer. There is no traffic. The sun is out, the roof is down, and a bus driver who has been edging aggressively close leans out of the window and says: "Madam, I like your car!"
French clubs have gained a reputation for treating the Heineken Cup, or H Cup as it is known across the Channel, with a mixture of indifference and disdain, a tournament with an Anglo-Saxon disciplinary system that messes up the Top 14 schedule. Toulon, however, are taking it seriously.
Mobile phones used to be just for calling your friends, but with a super-fast mobile network set to launch in the UK, opening web pages in a split second and watching TV in high definition will soon be a reality for smartphone-addicted Britons.
The hunt for missing five-year-old April Jones has intensified as police charge a former lifeguard, Mark Bridger, with her abduction and murder.
Barack Obama's hopes of re-election were boosted by $181m in September, as supporters contributed to the largest one-month fundraising total of the president's campaign to date.
Radical Islamist cleric Abu Hamza and four other terrorism suspects appeared in front of US judges on Saturday, having arrived on American soil in the middle of the night following extradition from Britain.