It is natural to be sceptical about the election of the Uefa general secretary, Gianni Infantino, as president of Fifa – and about the election being held at all at football’s world governing body, rendered so toxic by the stench of corruption.
Here is how we predict Leeds United and Brighton & Hove Albion will line up next week:
The Bhoys faithful had some choice words for their captain on Friday night.
Swansea assistant Alan Curtis has praised Gylfi Sigurdsson.
Apple shareholders have overwhelmingly rejected a proposal that would require the board of America’s largest company to adopt an “accelerated recruitment policy” for minorities among company leaders.
Barclays is preparing to scale back its global ambitions by selling off its once-prized African operations.
The planned merger of the London Stock Exchange with Germany’s Deutsche Börse will result in a company with its main public listing in the UK capital.
The executive director of the Wikimedia foundation, the body that manages the online encyclopaedia Wikipedia, has resigned following a row within the community over leaked plans to apparently build a search engine and compete with Google.
Torturing a cat ?
Emerging-market assets are so cheap that they may be “the trade of a decade,” according to Research Affiliates, a sub-adviser to Pacific Investment Management Co., one of the world’s biggest money managers.