Footballer tweets about "Liar Liar" as the court case between his brother Anton and John Terry begins.
Is today the day?
The "Blade Runner" has been picked for South Africa's 4x400m team.
When a sportsman is in “the zone”, he is in a state of total absorption.
The borough of Newham has yet to see that many gains from hosting the Olympics.
Dropping Beckham from the Olympic squad may have effectively ended his international career, but it was the kindest thing to do.
Keeping your hair while all around are losing theirs.
40% of us don't give a toss about football. Another 35% only care a bit.
When, and why, did the international game lose its tactical innovation?
Screaming about "plastic Brits" may be a rare example of the <em>Mail</em> getting its own readers wrong.
The head of the Professional Footballers' Association says UEFA must deal with racism "in the strongest way possible".
Reflections on England vs the West Indies.
My friend N–, with whom I’ve been going to watch Manchester City for the past eight years, was worried about the Queens Park Rangers match.
French news agency aims to provide 1,000 videos in different languages
Manchester City's title. Bolton down but QPR avoid relegation despite last minute defeat.
It’s that time of the season when we say it’s that time of the season.
A couple of months ago, the former Test cricketer Ed Smith wrote a piece for this magazine about English football’s problem with its managers – managers of the England team, that is.
Cameron should join Merkel and take a stand on political repression.
He's an "old-school socialist" and a Philip Roth fan.
Watching the Spanish Clasico last weekend – which was excellent, how could you take your eye off it?
Olympic mascots, the next D-G and getting revenge on Jeremy Vine
Chelsea through to a the Champions League final after dramatic aggregate win over Barcelona.
The controversial event carries on despite the fatality.
The race will put a veneer of respectability on a despicable regime.
“I’m so depressed,” I said to my friend Jack as we left White Hart Lane after Spurs’ humiliating defeat by Norwich.
‘‘There were different levels of fear but fear was always there,” says Felicity Aston. This year, she became the first woman to ski solo across Antarctica – and the first person to do so alone without using kites or machines – travelling 1,744 kilometres in 59 days.
I remember, about two months ago, the herd - following the masters-of-the-obvious Match of the Day pundits - saying that Spurs could win the league, they really could.
This is not a time for self-flagellation, just because our two top teams got stuffed in Europe by middling clubs and one team we had never heard of before, Apoel Nicosia, whose total salary would not pay for Wayne's hair trans
A clip of two footballers kissing in front of a stadium full of fans raises questions about homophob