Tottenham Hotspur have officially warned their fans not to wear club colours for the team's European clash on Tuesday.
A combined top-10 list of players from La Liga and the Premier League on FIFA 17 featuring Barcelona, Real Madrid, Manchester United and Arsenal stars.
Happy anniversary then, Arsène. You were the future once. Like most ageing pop culture icons Arsène Wenger has by now pretty much completed the full circuit from youthful innovator, new broom and all-round king of the wild frontier to something that looks a bit like the opposite: stick in the mud, barnacle, emissary from the distant past.
Following recent criticism levelled at Barcelona's Neymar, and West Ham star Dimitri Payet, we explore the ever-dividing concept of showboating.
Jonathan Kodjia was on his way to becoming an accountant before he got the break that led to him becoming the subject of the biggest transfer deal in the history of the Championship.
Atlético Madrid took the free-kick but their captain acted like they hadn’t and Koke Resurrección didn’t get up.
In one respect, of course, José Mourinho is right.
West Ham United summer signing Alvaro Arbeloa is impressed with teammate Manuel Lanzini.
Aitor Karanka has warned Ben Gibson to concentrate solely on his Middlesbrough performances and not allow himself to become distracted by mounting talk of an England senior call-up. It would be no surprise were Sam Allardyce to name the Under-21 centre-half in his next squad, particularly as Gibson is that most prized defensive commodity – a left-footer.
Claudio Ranieri has insisted his feud with José Mourinho belongs to the past, with the Leicester City manager describing the enmity that once existed between the two as “prehistoric” and saying he would happily share a glass of wine with his opposite number after Saturday’s Premier League match at Old Trafford.
On August 16 2016, England began the Steve McClaren era with a convincing 4-0 win over Greece at Old Trafford.
The divers had to plunge into a green pool; the windsurfers were advised to keep their mouths shut in dirty Guanabara Bay. Everyone was at least a tiddly bit worried about Zika. To the list of indignities facing Olympic athletes we can now add: falling ash.
It was third time lucky, then, for the endlessly compelling contradiction that is Mark Cavendish. Following two epic days of competition in only his third ever international class omnium, the Isle of Man cyclist finally had the Olympic medal he craved around his neck after bitter disappointment in Beijing and London.