Beating Norwich 5-0 on the opening day of the season was the worst start to the season Fulham could have had.
Sky News ran an interesting report over the weekend, suggesting that it was only a last minute decision, forced on the bank, that led to internal candidate Antony Jenkins becoming Barclays CEO.
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Tuesday's cabinet reshuffle by David Cameron is being dubbed the first Twitter reshuffle as outgoing and incoming members tweet their moves.
Sir Alex Ferguson sprung a surprise by dropping the goalkeeper ahead of Manchester United's weekend victory. Is his handling now in question as well as his number one?
California Democratic party chairman John Burton has been rebuked by a Barack Obama campaign spokesman after reportedly comparing Republicans to Nazi propaganda chief Joseph Goebbels.
Chelsea starlet Josh McEachran is presently on loan at Middlesbrough. What can Blues fans expect when the midfielder returns? Shikharr Chandra profiles the youngster:
Mizuho International has announced the appointment of Raffaele De Vitis as Executive Director covering Global SSA Borrowers, as it further strengthens its European Primary Debt Markets team.
Chelsea, Manchester City, and a return to Manchester United are among five potential options for the Real Madrid forward.