Roberto Di Matteo reportedly has just two games to save his Manchester United job.
Pep Guardiola's Manchester City take on Tottenham Hotspur this weekend.
In any list of reasons for the present popularity and high financial standing of golf, the name, and the game, of Arnold Palmer are irresistibly linked.
Asked about West Ham United’s failure to kill off Crystal Palace in April, Slaven Bilic pointed out that it is impossible to score three goals in every match.
Everton suffered their second defeat in a week after losing 1-0 to Bournemouth on the weekend.
Sunderland have looked dismal without Sam Allardyce in charge...
There were a few, subtle, lost-in-translation moments during Joe Hart’s introductory press conference for Torino this month. When the club president, Urbano Cairo, hailed his new signing’s physical presence, the interpreter swapped the word “tall” for “high”. Happily, nobody took this honest mistake for a comment on how the player might like to unwind.
Didier Ndong looked utterly bewildered. Sunderland’s French‑speaking Gabon midfielder was receiving instructions about throw-ins from Lee Cattermole and clearly could not comprehend a word the Teessider was saying.
The door opened and there they were, waiting for him: all of Athletic Bilbao’s players and all the staff, the president too, like a secret birthday party.
After an incident-packed Belgian Grand Prix, we take a look at how the top 10 placed drivers fared over the course of the weekend.
The Liverpool winger has been linked with Newcastle United.
The England and Wales Cricket Board’s hopes of sending two full-strength squads for the month-long trip to Bangladesh at the end of September have received a boost by the news that the Test captain, Alastair Cook, has confirmed his place on tour.