Dimitri Mascarenhas docked £1,000 for expletive-laden tweets about selector.
It could be my jaded, disappointed mind, still suffering from post-World Cup stress symptoms, but all the Prem players look more lumpen, clumsy, slow, leaden than they did last season.
Imagine. You are 18 years old and you come from a poor village in the Pakistani Punjab. You have a rare talent for swinging a cricket ball and you are being hailed as a future megastar.
Premier League clubs spent £100m less during the recent summer transfer window than in 2009.
Sumo training centres will be equipped with iPads to improve communication between sumo wrestlers an
Jay Mariotti suspended after his arrest following a "domestic incident" last week
The Manchester United manager continued his boycott of the BBC, risking the possibility of fines by
“David Cameron should not have owned Tony Blair’s war”
Club hope that deal will be concluded by the end of the month
The fashion statement couldn’t have been clearer.
The challenge of writing a book about a celebrated sports match is that we already know the ending. Where's the drama? By beginning with the denouement, Robert Winder tackles that challenge head on.
So that's it, another one over. I've put away all the charts, cleared the telly-room floor of four weeks of stains and debris, burned the England flag, binned the stupid blow-up England hand. Four weeks? Felt like four years.
During the World Cup, there was talk that JT, Lamps and Ash - yes, I am on personal terms with them all, the bastards - may retire from playing for England for good.
England’s travelling hordes won’t be blowing their own vuvuzelas this summer.
This year's Wimbledon is nearly over, but one of its biggest and most enduring stories was written in the first few days.
Events such as the World Cup and the Olympics are not the economic juggernauts that their promoters
I'm blaming Mick Jagger.
What the hell was he doing there, poncing around in the stand, signing autographs?
As you've asked, my routine so far has been to walk to the lake, do some work, then at 12.30 settle down with a drink. Yes, I know - disgusting, starting at that time of day, where will it end?
I woke up in the night with a splitting headache. Too much red wine ? That stupid new TV? It takes forever just to switch on - state of the art, state of my arse . . .
I’m no football fan, but I enjoy the gathering together of friends and families knowing that all ove
Who cares about a bunch of misogynist jocks tossing a ball around? Football is commodified nationalism that excludes more than half the population.
For Gary Younge, as a young black boy in 1970s Hertfordshire, English patriotism was inextricably bo
Thirteen ways of looking at the England manager as he prepares his team for the World Cup –– from bi
Unless you dislike sport so much that you've been living under the sea in an attempt to avoid it, you'll be aware that the World Cup is imminent.
Former government minister's departure comes less than a month before England's players fly to South
It's that time of the year to say, "It's this time of the year, so bring on the awards of the season."
Labrokes employee claims Higgins bet against himself.
Messi or Rooney, who is better, which would you have? Come on, chop chop. Both names sound like adjectives. A rooney room is one with lots of space and little inscriptions and messages hidden in corners.