Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue
Ba has backed Slaven Bilic to be a success if named West Ham manager.
It is 40 years since Leeds United lost the European Cup Final to Bayern Munich in controversial circumstances and in some ways the club has never recovered.
West Brom look set to keep ahold of two of their most prized assets this summer.
Farrend Rawson, Craig Bryson and Raul Albentosa could benefit from a head coach change at Derby County.
Darren Clarke, Europe’s Ryder Cup captain, has shrugged off any notion of US crowds negatively impacting on the performance of Sergio García at Hazeltine in September 2016.
Kate Hoey, the former Home Office minister under Tony Blair who is one of the most prominent Eurosceptics in the Labour party, is being lined up as a possible leader of the no campaign in the referendum on Britain’s EU membership.
The Croatian striker may start up front for Dnipro against Sevilla tonight in Poland.
After securing Sunderland's survival, Jermain Defoe hopes Dick Advocaat extends his stay at the Stadium of Light.
Macquarie Capital has announced the appointments of Michael Barrish and Jeff Abt as Managing Directors in its U.S. Debt Capital Markets ('DCM') Group.
Barclays pleaded guilty to a U.S. criminal charge and was fined $2.4bn by U.S. and British authorities on Wednesday for manipulating foreign exchange rates.