Houlihan Lokey has announced that Jon Pritti has joined the firm’s Healthcare Group as a Director.
Former Rangers boss Dick Advocaat has reportedly agreed to take charge of Sunderland for the 2015-16 season.
West Ham look set to miss out on Marcelo Bielsa, as he has agreed a contract extension with Marseille.
The current Tottenham youth coach believes Luongo will impress QPR fans.
Derby County manager Paul Clement has explained his motives behind taking the job.
England back to old ways after a promising start to the summer.
Sports Direct has promoted an insider to be acting finance officer in an attempt to quell shareholder complaints that its billionaire founder Mike Ashley has too much power.
Jermain Defoe has insisted that he still aims of regaining a place in Roy Hodgson's England plans.
Vertonghen thinks keeping hold of Hugo Lloris will be crucial to competing with the best sides in the Premier League next season.
The Real Madrid man spent last season on loan at the Barcelona club.
Even when slightly out of sorts, Maria Sharapova is still the most formidable opponent in women’s tennis and Samantha Stosur, whose form swings like a reed in a storm, barely inconvenienced the Russian on her way to the fourth round of the French Open.
Labour leadership favourite Andy Burnham has indicated he would support further welfare cuts, including government plans for a £23,000 cap on benefits if it has adequate safeguards.
Tim Farron has launched a manifesto for his Liberal Democrat leadership campaign, promising to make sure the party “survives and then thrives”.