There’s nothing black and white about these racism allegations
By Mike Bonnet - 24 October 19:14

Why we should resist passing judgement on these racial abuse accusations.

Maybe Wayne will give the bible a bash
By Hunter Davies - 24 October 1:00

We all have to face awful decisions in life.

The bread and gruel of life is leavened by football for pudding
By Hunter Davies - 17 October 1:00

I hate it when there are no Prem games.What is a sad, pathetic, Billy-no-mates creature to do except mope around, lorst.

A Life Too Short: the Tragedy of Robert Enke
By Simon Kuper - 17 October 1:00

A Life Too Short: the Tragedy of Robert Enke
Ronald Reng
Yellow Jersey, 400pp, £16.99

Mahmood gives cricket trial evidence behind screen
By PA Mediapoint - 11 October 12:02

Ex-News of the World journalist gives evidence on match-fixing.

I like the odd player sticking two fingers up at his club
By Hunter Davies - 10 October 1:00

Some years ago, I went up to Manchester with a TV film crew to interview George Best. They were all very excited that he had agreed. We got to his house early, as arranged, but there was no sign of him.

Rafa: My Story
By Ed Smith - 06 October 12:15

Rafa: My Story
Rafael Nadal with John Carlin
Sphere, 272pp, £17.99

Sun libel payout to Man U player over sex story
By Press Gazette - 05 October 15:26

Tom Cleverley wins the libel case against The Sun.

Could it be that Arsène’s men aren’t eating enough chilli?
By Hunter Davies - 03 October 1:00

What is wrong with Arsenal? Should Arsène go?

Press Olympic lock-out: council leader backs campaign
By Andrew Pugh - 27 September 16:26

Merton Council leader Stephen Alambritis has written to the British Olympic Association to advocate

Only girls allowed
By Nilpa Shah - 27 September 10:45

Turkish club Fenerbahçe hosted a historic night of football on which no men were allowed in the grou

This craze for daft facts is getting out of hand
By Hunter Davies - 26 September 1:00

It was thoughtful of Gary Lineker on Match of the Day, just before the Aston Villa v Newcastle match, to share with us that if Newcastle managed to keep a clean sheet, it would be the first time that they'd had three back-to-b

Daily Record apologises for 'inflammatory' Celtic headline
By Press Gazette - 19 September 12:58

The Daily Record has been forced to apologise to Celtic manager, Neil Lennon, over the controversial

One Freudian football mystery solved, plenty more to go
By Hunter Davies - 19 September 1:00

So soon in the season and yet already so many mysteries. How did England get ranked fourth in the world ? Obviously a computer mistake, or some hacker has broken in for a laugh. Why are they always rubbish at Wembley?

Danny’s the champion of the world (in Carlisle, at least)
By Hunter Davies - 12 September 1:00

"Come on, Danny!" I shouted - nay, screamed - loud enough to frighten all the Herdwick sheep in the field and disturb the lady novelist upstairs, not that she was writing anything (she always says she's just playing).

‘Rooney Rule’ set to be considered by the PFA
By Nilpa Shah - 08 September 18:40

The PFA is hoping to increase the number of black managers present in the English game

Now Rooney’s got hairs, he’s rediscovered his graces
By Hunter Davies - 01 September 12:33

So far, what do you think?

Joey Barton, the philosopher footballer
By Jon Bernstein - 25 August 10:50

Ahh, Twitter - a most welcome addition to football's multimedia mix, thanks in no small part to @joe

Once the season starts, you can kiss goodbye to peace and qui­et
By Sophie Elmhirst - 15 August 1:00

In early August, if you lie very still and close your eyes, you can make out a rumble. At first, you think it's the distant echo of a summer storm or the sound of a thousand City traders' heads hitting their desks in despair.

Violent games might be tasteless, but are they dangerous?
By Helen Lewis - 08 August 1:00

In defence of <i>Call Of Duty</i> and the rest.

How I won the World Cup (from the comfort of my sofa)
By Helen Lewis - 04 August 1:00

A nostalgic look back at sports games of the past.

Tabloidese 101: how to read the back pages
By Jon Bernstein - 25 July 1:00

"Better late than Tev-er."

Cricket has devoted followers, but don’t call it a religion
By Jon Bernstein - 18 July 1:00

In Why India Can Never Do Without Cricket, a love letter to both the game and his national team, Soumya Bhattacharya writes: "We have invested our emotions, our passions, our frenzy, our whole lives in following this

Toreador of the Test match
By Tim Adams - 13 July 17:34

Sachin Tendulkar, India’s “Little Master”, carries the hopes of a nation on his shoulders each time

Who ate all the pies? It’s not hard to see
By Jon Bernstein - 11 July 1:00

How was it for you? Football's close season, I mean.

Come on, Andy – at least it’s not a Cliff singalong!
By Jon Bernstein - 30 June 19:00

So, now we know what passes for humour among the well-heeled of Centre Court, SW19.

Ticket prices about to tumble? You’re having a laugh!
By Jon Bernstein - 29 June 10:21

"Six per cent, you're having a laugh/Six per cent, you're having a laugh."

He'd been singing it for a couple of minutes when he turned to me and said: "What does that song mean, Daddy?"

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