Celtic striker Nadir Ciftci has explained what his agent, former Bhoys striker Pierre van Hooijdonk, told him about Parkhead.
Had Jason Day won the US Open last month, it would have registered as one of the great sporting stories in many a year.
Serena Williams has her eyes on New York, not always the most welcoming landscape for her but now a destination where she is desperate to make history and friends.
Victory over Roger Federer in the Wimbledon final brought Novak Djokovic level with his opponent in career meetings at 20 wins apiece.
Jordan Spieth offset any concerns that he may be treating the Open Championship lightly, not least those raised after an opening round of level par at the John Deere Classic, by winning the PGA Tour event in a Sunday night play-off. A day earlier he had had his finest professional round, of 61.
A majority of companies believe a British exit from the EU could harm them but only 7% would be willing to speak out publicly against “Brexit”, according to a survey of FTSE-350 firms.
Tottenham Hotspur defender Toby Alderweireld feels he's got an advantage following his move to the club.
A marathon overnight negotiation between Greece and its creditors remained unresolved on Monday morning after European leaders confronted Alexis Tsipras, the Greek prime minister, with a package of austerity measures which entailed a surrender of fiscal sovereignty.
Leeds United goalkeeper Marco Silvestri's shot stopping abilities were on display against Harrogate
Google has apologized after its new photo app labelled two black people as “gorillas”.
Considering there are players who have basically won Wimbledon with their serve – Richard Krajicek windmills to mind – Maria Sharapova may have to do it the hard way if she is going to triumph again this year.
Canada’s Milos Raonic recorded the third-fastest serve in Wimbledon history as he held off a gutsy fightback from the veteran German Tommy Haas to reach the third round on Wednesday.