Patience is a virtue in the Eternal City. Nobody, though, enjoys being kept in limbo. As a violent storm assaulted the Stadio Olimpico on Sunday afternoon, fans huddled together and waited to find out whether the football match they had been watching was ever going to resume. And then they waited some more.
Swansea drew 2-2 with Chelsea at the Liberty stadium Sunday.
Derby County's Bradley Johnson follows closely behind...
Idrissa Gueye starred for Everton against Sunderland on Monday night.
Michael Jordan came out of retirement to rejoin the Chicago Bulls. Mario Lemieux surprised the world when he returned to the Pittsburgh Penguins. Brett Favre? Well, he redefined the finality of retirement altogether.
One of football's forgotten men, Massadio Haidara, returned on Monday night. But can he reclaim a position on the Newcastle left?
Janko left Celtic for Barnsley at the end of the transfer window.
Tottenham Hotspur were keen not to let Nabil Bentaleb join a rival club.
The Italy midfielder Marco Verratti has rejected suggestions Paris Saint-Germain are in a transitional period as the French club, rattled by a sloppy start to the new campaign, prepare to host Arsenal in the Champions League.
One of Bravo’s mis-controls forced the Chilean to lunge at Rooney to clear the ball. José Mourinho, United’s manager, later claimed the challenge should have led to a penalty but Guardiola would not be drawn on the incident. “Normally in my career – or maybe only once or twice in seven years – I don’t speak about the decisions of referees,” said the Catalan. “Sometimes you are lucky. Sometimes you are unlucky but I am not going to talk about the decision of referees.
Pep Guardiola could take his summer spending past £100m in the coming days as the Manchester City manager closes in on Leroy Sané and the young South American forwards Gabriel Jesus and Marlos Moreno.
HITC Sport understands former England man is hopeful of securing the role.
The Football Association is struggling to entice former England players into coaching due to more lucrative, less pressurised jobs available in broadcasting, its chief executive Martin Glenn has claimed.