West Ham United boss Slaven Bilic says 'one or two' of his young defenders will be sent out on loan this season after he landed key target Angelo Ogbonna.
Jordan Spieth’s preparation for this week’s 144th Open has raised a few eyebrows but Sir Nick Faldo has no doubt that the winner of this season’s two major championships knows what he is doing.
Dustin Johnson is aware as anyone that he really should have won his first major by now, if not much at Whistling Straits in 2010 or Royal St George’s in 2011 then certainly at Chambers Bay last month when a 12-foot putt would have been enough to secure the US Open.
The notion that Tom Watson would readily accept this, the 144th Open Championship, as his final appearance in the event is at odds with his character. Watson may be widely portrayed as a cuddly 65-year-old but he has always been one of his sport’s hardest characters.
Swansea City are to battle Aston Villa for Barnsley defender Mason Holgate.
Arsenal midfielder Mikel Arteta has explained that he was never looking for a move away from the club.
West Ham United midfielder Mark Noble feels the general fitness levels around the club are encouraging.
James Tavernier and Martyn Waghorn could cost Rangers up to £1m.
Stuart Broad knows that questions are being asked of Australia after their defeat in the first Ashes Test at Cardiff and says England will look to deflate them early in Thursday’s second instalment at Lord’s with attacking, aggressive cricket.
Birmingham supporters were mixed in their reaction to news that Owen Coyle is now favourite to be their next manager - but most were less than welcoming.
The Reds icon has questioned why his former side bought the Italian but thinks they will also struggle to offload him.
Brendan Rodgers will reportedly keep faith with the Italian against Hull City. But the stats don't look good...