Robbie Keane has been ruled out of the Republic of Ireland’s Euro 2016 warm-up match at home to Slovakia on Tuesday, with Martin O’Neill suggesting the long-haul flight his captain took from Los Angeles last weekend had not helped the striker’s knee injury.
A controversial film about the discredited link between autism and vaccinations has been pulled from Robert De Niro’s Tribeca film festival, after the actor consulted “the scientific community” and found “concerns with certain things in this film”.
Watford striker Troy Deeney is still hopeful of playing for England, despite being overlooked in Roy Hodgson’s latest squad.
Rohan Ricketts suggests that Hull City’s Tom Huddlestone should be ahead of Tottenham Hotspur’s Eric Dier in the England pecking order.
Questions have been asked over Aston Villa boss Remi Garde’s future.
Kevin Keegan has stated that Newcastle United boss Rafael Benitez represents a good signing, and says the club were heading down under Steve McClaren.
West Ham United are just one point off the Champions League places with eight Premier League games remaining but can they hold on?
James Tavernier celebrates Scottish Championship leaders Rangers moving one step closer to the Scottish Premiership with a picture that sums up his passion.
Tottenham Hotspur, Liverpool, Manchester United and Leicester City stars revel in England’s win against Germany.
Arsenal are 11 points behind Premier League leaders Leicester City.
A former Goldman Sachs banker has become entangled in a sprawling investigation of the Malaysian state investment fund as U.S. authorities turn to him for information.
Oppenheimer Europe, a subsidiary of Oppenheimer Holdings, have appointed Daniel Krsicka as Executive Director, Consumer Investment Banking, as it continues to build its Consumer team in Europe.
Nomura has said it hasn’t made a decision to close its money-market fund, following a report it was among Japanese asset managers returning cash to investors amid a plunge in yields.