Chelsea-owned Middlesbrough forward Patrick Bamford is determined to help his side win tonight’s Championship clash against Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren has suggested the best approach for the club this week is a calm one.
‘There are romantic songs - because his songs are deeply romantic – and there are songs about violence and the ugly world surrounding us’ says director behind the forthcoming stage show
A selection of the latest stories in the media involving Liverpool Football Club this Tuesday morning.
Dave Hockaday was not involved as Coventry's under-21 side visited Leeds United, despite heavy involvement with the young Sky Blues this season.
Aston Villa star Joe Cole has suggested that Tim Sherwood hasn't made a mistake since he came to the club.
Tony McCoy will have one more chance to win a Grand National when he lines up in the Scottish version on Saturday at Ayr but punters keen to back him in one of the year’s biggest betting races will have to wait to find out which horse he will ride.
Rangers midfielder Nicky Law is reportedly a target for a number of Championship clubs.
A website suggesting how Labour and Green voters should vote to keep out the Conservatives shows how flawed our electoral system is.
Sunderland forward Connor Wickham has revealed he hopes Dick Advocaat will stick with a three up front system.
Floyd Mayweather’s meeting with Manny Pacquiao next month is set to become the most expensive pay-per-view broadcast in history, with customers in America expected to have to pay $89.95 (£60.50) to watch the fight.
Nigel Farage and his Home Counties golf club saloon bar tendency won’t win a single Commons seat in the capital next month.
David Cameron accused Nick Clegg of adopting a “pick and mix” approach to the coalition after the deputy prime minister claimed that the Liberal Democrats had restrained the Tories from imposing cuts to the schools budget.