Leeds United midfielder Lewis Cook is feeling positive about the season ahead.
West Ham striker Diafra Sakho was red carded early on against Lusitanos.
The former Norwich City goalkeeper is set to meet up with his old goalkeeping coach at Villa.
Who says it doesn't pay to play video games?
The executive director of Alibaba Pictures has been detained by Chinese authorities as part of a graft investigation.
Uber, the app-based taxi-booking business, has been accused of exploiting customers by tripling fares during London’s tube strike.
Punching the air in triumph, a pumped-up Mo Farah definitively demonstrated the doping allegations levelled at his coach and his training partner off the track had not affected his performance on it.
For a public high on the exploits of Heather Watson, James Ward and the hope that British tennis is inching its way to respectability, the prospect of both Murray brothers in Wimbledon finals seems tantalising.
It took less than five minutes for the sense of ceremony that preceded the semi-final between Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova to be supplanted by an inevitability that has become numbingly familiar.
Alongside the joys of being touted as the next big thing in British women’s tennis, there are pressures.
The former Tottenham player and manager was impressed with Arsene Wenger's purchase from his old club Chelsea.
If Boris Becker did manage to communicate anything from his seat in the players’ balcony during Novak Djokovic’s slightly lukewarm straight-sets defeat of Philipp Kohlschreiber on the opening afternoon at Wimbledon it wasn’t immediately obvious to those watching on Centre Court.
Education secretary Nicky Morgan has defined “coasting schools” as those that fail to ensure 60% of pupils get five good GCSE grades, leaving the schools liable for intervention.