Former Leeds United player David Prutton is hopeful Uwe Rosler will be given the time to develop the club effectively.
Former Premier League manager George Graham has outlined the importance of John Stones for Everton.
Former Celtic striker Andy Walker has explained why he feels the club need to move on Virgil van Dijk.
The group was as much a cash cow as a pop phenomenon, and their hiatus will affect all the people – and the bands – whose careers depend on boyband cash
Crystal Palace defender Scott Dann has talked up new signing Bakary Sako.
Labour has agreed to check the voting history of new members and supporters after it came under pressure from the leadership campaigns of Andy Burnham, Yvette Cooper and Liz Kendall to step up its efforts to weed out suspected infiltrators.
Central bankers have their own lingo. They tend to speak in tortured prose that obscures more than it illuminates. Given the choice, they favour a gnomic utterance over plain speaking.
The first rise in UK interest rates could be delayed until autumn 2016, according to City expectations, as market turmoil in China raises the prospect of historically low borrowing costs staying in place for longer than expected.
Former HSBC foreign-exchange trader Serge Sarramegna sued the bank after he was dismissed amid a global probe into currency rigging, adding to a host of claims that have emerged from the investigation.
After Tuesday's last minute collapse, investors on Wednesday had to wait until the closing bell to see if a market rally could hold.
A woman who was knocked down and trapped under a two-tonne taxi in central London on Monday was freed after a crowd of City workers and tourists lifted it off her.
Citigroup has hired Deutsche Bank’s Simon Kempton and Daniel Caplan for its prime finance business in Europe, Middle East and Africa.
HSBC awarded 14 executives a total of $3m in shares, led by investment banking chief Samir Assaf, as banks sidestep regulatory limits on bonuses.