The corridors, treatment rooms and gymnasiums of St George's Park bear quotes from global icons and sporting greats from Martin Luther King to Muhammad Ali.
Mick McCarthy has been installed as the bookmakers' favourite to replace Owen Coyle after Bolton Wanderers sacked their manager on Tuesday morning.
A dramatic flight of capital from struggling eurozone countries threatens to shrink bank assets by trillions of dollars, the IMF says in a report.
I booked this play for three reasons: firstly, it was outside of the West End and I wanted to do something different with my theatre group; secondly, it was about Oscar Wilde; and lastly, it stars Rupert Everett, who I think got unfairly slated for his performance in Pygmallion. Initially it got a small take up from my crew, but as soon as it got five star reviews, the request piled in.
All of London was waiting for the opening of the newest Corbin/King enterprise. After The Wolseley, Delaunay and a few others (and in the space of the beloved Oriel) there was much to be expected.
Like every club wants, Manchester United have a battle for the number one jersey. Is it Dane Anders Lindegaard or Spaniard David de Gea?
With a favourable fixture list until the New Year, on paper, The Saints could be looking at taking 20 points before the end of 2012, but the injury list is mounting as Gaston Ramirez joins Jack Cork on the treatment table. Could it cost them survival?
Each week Simon Bunn looks back at the exploits of those that set the Premier League alight. To earn a resting place in this feature the player had to be a true Premier League legend… former Newcastle United and Tottenham Hotspur maestro David Ginola certainly falls into that category.
Gareth Bale's old foe Charlie Adam will go head to head with the winger on international duty this Friday.