Former four-division title-holder Adrien Broner shared a series of alarming posts on social media on Wednesday that suggested he was planning to take his own life, though a longtime adviser to the boxer reached by the Guardian insists “he’s OK”.
Tyson Fury has voluntarily vacated his WBO and WBA world heavyweight titles with immediate effect to focus on his medical treatment and recovery.
Everton defender Phil Jagielka admits that it is not easy to adapt to Ronald Koeman’s style of playing.
New Cardiff City winger Junior Hoilett is expected to put pressure on Craig Noone’s spot in the side but could his arrival actually be good for him?
Aston Villa have named Steve Bruce as their new manager.
Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers are set to take on Celtic in two weekends' time.
West Ham United are in the midst of an abysmal run in the Premier League, and need their star man Dimitri Payet to stand up and be counted.
The Tottenham Hotspur player did not get a single minute of action for his country despite their struggles.
A couple of months back Nick Kyrgios was the subject of a lengthy profile piece in the New York Times.
The future of the Toronto Maple Leafs has arrived ahead of schedule.
Son Heung-min left the pitch just before full-time at White Hart Lane to a huge, concerted ovation. By that stage Tottenham Hotspur’s stand-in No9 was so utterly spent, so drenched in goodwill from a cooing, gurgling home crowd that, as Andre Marriner shooed him off, Son mistook the referee’s gesture for one of congratulation and tried to shake his hand.
Gareth Southgate has resisted any temptation to recall Jack Wilshere and Ross Barkley in his first England squad but has brought back Glen Johnson for the first time since the World Cup two years ago.
Jürgen Klopp believes he has already confounded some of those who doubted whether he could manage in the Premier League, as he approaches his first anniversary in charge at Anfield, but the German will have no time for reflection as he seeks to keep driving Liverpool forward.