What a glorious thing pressure is.
In 2009 a group of young Icelandic football coaches travelled to England to study for their Uefa coaching licences. The trip involved a stop at Reading, where the Icelanders were excited to see at first hand the progress of Gylfi Sigurdsson, Iceland’s own 18-year-old creative midfield jewel.
Christian Benteke's agent has been responding to speculation over his future.
Tottenham Hotspur's Harry Kane is being backed to excel at Euro 2016.
Gather your belongings, leave your key cards at reception and exit the building.
Celtic fans insist their big interest in season ticket sales is not down to Rangers.
Paul Merson says Tottenham's Eric Dier should leave the creativity to Arsenal's Jack Wilshere.
Not one Leeds United boss fired by Massimo Cellino has so far proved him wrong.
The French star wants to leave Arsenal, and Wright wants to see the West Ham United loanee replace him.
Irish forward Anthony Stokes has been released by Celtic.
Prince would have turned 58 next week. To mark the occasion, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (Peta) is releasing a free download of his pro-vegan song Animal Kingdom, which he recorded for the charity nearly two decades ago.
When we think of the Beatles, we think of black-and-white television footage, 45s playing on a turntable, and their reluctance to embrace streaming.
Old-fashioned, Crazy Gang-era Wimbledon used to force their opponents to take cold showers and subject them to obnoxious music.