Last year, on the occasion of Watford’s promotion to the Premier League, Gino Pozzo gave Troy Deeney a watch. Not just any watch either, a Rolex, which the club’s owner presented to the striker in acknowledgement of a great achievement: scoring 20 goals in three consecutive seasons.
Jack Dorsey says he does not have a problem wearing two hats, because the functions of both companies that he co-founded are "foundational."
Everton signed Idrissa Gueye from Aston Villa after they activated his £7 million release clause in August.
As the ball bobbled across the face of goal, evaded his outstretched right foot and brushed off his back-side, Jozy Altidore’s Premier League career hit rock bottom.
Arsenal have begun their 2016/17 campaign in impressive fashion.
November nears and many of the pre-season forecasts remain valid. Everyone is talking about Manchester, just as predicted. José Mourinho and Pep Guardiola are dominating the news, except not in the way most commentators imagined.
Originally best known for his 1985 chart-topper You Spin Me Round (Like a Record), made with his band Dead Or Alive, Pete Burns later became a reality TV star, coming fifth in the final of Celebrity Big Brother in 2006, as well as a living advertisement for the dangers of plastic surgery.
There is “no likelihood” that post-Brexit immigration controls would apply to EU workers who were highly skilled and highly paid, Philip Hammond, the chancellor, has said.
Former player not surprised to see Walter Zenga depart Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Tottenham Hotspur's fringe men had a chance to step up against Liverpool.
The tech giant also reported earnings that beat Wall Street expectations on Tuesday.
Michael Gove has denied he stabbed his former ally Boris Johnson in the back when he stood against for the Conservative leadership, saying he believed the Tories had made the right decision by making Theresa May prime minister.