Andy Cole says that Liverpool star Daniel Sturridge is England’s best number one.
Following the engine failure that cost him victory at the Malaysian Grand Prix, an understandably frustrated Lewis Hamilton suggested that “somebody, or someone, doesn’t want me to win this year”.
Nothing says baseball lifer like getting married at home plate on the morning before a game.
There was nothing that could have been done to save Phillip Hughes after he was hit in the neck by a ball as he batted in a Sheffield Shield match two years ago, a coronial inquest into his death has heard.
AFC Wimbledon have reached a historic milestone by climbing above Milton Keynes Dons in the football pyramid for the first time – only 14 years after they were formed.
Lionel Messi “knows everything about everything” in football, according to the man who convinced him to continue playing for Argentina.
This was the day when the path to the World Cup finals in Russia started to become more complicated for Wales. Chris Coleman and his players need no telling there is little margin for error in this qualification campaign, especially when their opponents are ranked 137th in the world. Georgia, in fairness, are much better than their record suggests, yet there was no escaping the sense of disappointment at the final whistle among the Wales supporters.
The Republic of Ireland’s chances of qualifying for Russia in 2018 are looking rosier after they overcame a mid-match wobble in Moldova to record an eventually comfortable victory, thanks to James McClean’s two second-half goals.
Gareth Southgate has said he is unafraid of dropping Wayne Rooney and showing the tough streak the England caretaker manager once had to employ at Middlesbrough, where he recalled “making some really close friends redundant” after the club had been relegated under his stewardship.
Given the extent to which soundbites have shaped popular perception of Gordon Strachan, there is something poetic about such utterances now appearing at the root of his undoing.
Glasgow Rangers ace Harry Forrester has impressed for Mark Warburton's Ibrox side.
On this day five years ago, 18-year-old Harry Kane made his debut for the team he grew up supporting. He has now established himself as a firm favourite amongst Spurs fans.
Sturridge's comments about his role dominated the back pages.