Joey Barton has some pretty damning views about the state of the current England team.
Andy Couzens was unhappy with Leeds' tactics against Wigan.
Claudio Ranieri said he was proud of his players after they maintained their immaculate record in the Champions League, but the Leicester City manager demanded that they change their mentality in the Premier League to turn around their poor domestic form.
When news broke yesterday that Phil Collins was returning to live performance, some Guardian commenters reacted with utter horror.
Frank Ocean’s two albums, Blonde and Endless, will not be recognised by next year’s Grammys.
Parliament’s scrutiny of Britain’s exit from the European Union risks becoming a “chaotic competition for the limelight”, according to a report from a Whitehall thinktank.
Great artists, everyone agrees, listen to their own idiosyncratic muses. They don’t trim their art to please either elitist snobs or the ignorant masses.
Reading fell to a late defeat against Aston Villa after conceding a stoppage-time penalty.
Ukip’s deputy leader, Paul Nuttall, is emerging as the figure mostly likely to be able to fill the void created by leadership frontrunner Steven Woolfe’s sudden departure, senior figures within the party have told the Guardian.
Morgan Stanley could do little but watch as a team of advisers overseeing $2.2bn in assets quit last month to start their own shop, the latest in a string of departures that have shifted billions of dollars in assets away from big Wall Street banks.