Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert says the reason Darren Bent rarely played for the club wasn't for personal reasons.
Southampton will reportedly look to reignite their interest in Leeds United full-back Sam Byram this month.
Britain may pay a “potentially high price” if it does not do more to minimise the controversy, indecisiveness and uncertainty that a hung parliament after the next election is likely to create, according to academic research examining the rules contained in the government manual advising civil servants on how a caretaker government operates.
It’s good theatre, but what’s the point? On Sunday, the deputy prime minister, Nick Clegg, told BBC Radio 5 Live that he thought prime minister’s questions had reached their sell-by date. “The whole thing is ridiculous,” he said, “the whole thing should be scrapped. It’s an absolute farce.”
Britain’s political leaders will “have to return” to a debate about funding the NHS through an insurance-based system run by companies from the private sector, Ukip leader Nigel Farage has said.
Mike Ashley has been warned over his request to use Ibrox as security for a loan.
Ian Wright says that Arsenal can finish third in the Premier League this season.
The $400m of cumulative losses that Citigroup, Deutsche Bank and Barclays are said to have suffered from the Swiss central bank’s decision to end the cap on the franc may be followed by others in coming days.
Last, Jamie Dimon told investors a breakup of JPMorgan is not in the cards, despite a new Goldman Sachs report urging it.
Everton's 0-0 home draw with West Bromwich Albion on Monday night saw Roberto Martinez's side produce some varying performances.
Tech companies spent 2014 reinventing themselves with major splits and divestitures. Look who might follow suit in 2015.
Hyrule Warriors on the Nintendo Wii U has added some classic Legend of Zelda outfits for Link, Zelda, and Ganondorf.
Former England international Martin Keown believes more 'top teams' should be adopting the direct approach favoured by Manchester United.