Ovie Ejaria stood out for Liverpool in their pre-season friendly.
Gianni Infantino is set to be interviewed by a member of Fifa’s ethics committee amid allegations that the president breached world football’s governing body’s code of ethics.
Aitor Karanka’s Riverside revolution continues apace with Middlesbrough close to making their sixth summer signing in Antonio Barragán, the Valencia full-back who will cost £3m.
Antonio Conte swerved away from any bold promises. The snazzy monikers were for others to pin on him, not for him to offer up, and he did not mention a rival manager by name, other than his friend Claudio Ranieri.
A 19% increase in professionals thinking about next career steps.
When Barclays executive Sam Dean went to a career fair earlier this year, he asked to speak with a group of students who were not studying finance.
Cathal Deasy will be joining Credit Suisse in October as head of mergers and acquisitions for Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
Not picking up the tab.
The idea of modern banking was born in Siena in 1624, when the Medici Grand Duke decided to guarantee accounts held at Monte dei Paschi, the world’s oldest bank, with the proceeds of pasture he held in the Maremma in south-western Tuscany.
BP is to take a further $2.5bn (£1.87bn) hit as a result of the Deepwater Horizon accident, bringing the total cost of the environmental disaster to almost $62bn.
The Polish winger is currently shining at Euro 2016.
Protected by the Centre Court roof and fortified by his tenacity, nothing was going to stop Novak Djokovic from securing his 30th consecutive grand slam victory, a record in the open era. The rain could not touch Djokovic and nor could Adrian Mannarino, who produced some delightful touches without ever coming close to bloodying the world No1’s nose.
The Tottenham Hotspur newbie believes Arsenal fans in his native Kenya should change allegiance.