Magnates and oligarchs now spend most of their time on their yachts - hence Roman Abramovich’s stran
Inside many a successful footballer lurks a worried man
Seve Ballesteros was the finest golfer of his generation and the most inspiring figure I ever saw play the game. I hesitate in using the past tense, as Ballesteros isn't dead, even if he is seriously ill.
England's celebrity players face an uncertain reception
Booing your own side is part of a long and ignoble tradition
Sep was tall, handsome and languid, with a laconic half-smile like Errol Flynn's. On Saturdays he wo
There's one manager even the Krays said they'd turn out for
You can tell a lot from who replies to autograph requests
The thrills in football aren't confined to the Premiership
Breaking rules is wrong, but who sets them in the first place?
On Planet Football, the usual rules don't apply. All the better
Paul Rodgers investigates if evolution might explain Jamaican athletes' impressive performance at th
One club owner is playing football a little bit differently
The noise on the terraces is to be applauded, if little else this season
There are times when it's not a good idea to put out your B-team
When it comes to sports commentating, who is worth listening to?
Boycott et al were far from stumped for things to say during the rained-off cricket
<strong>We Need To Talk About Kevin Keegan: a Bumper Book of Football Writing</strong>
As the most glittering festival of disability sport approaches, I'm faced with my usual dilemma: to
British women will be the winners if our female Olympians succeed
Neighbourhoods have been razed, protesters silenced and human rights activists jailed. China will al
Rules for enjoying the Games - even if you are really a sceptic
Doping scandals continue to tarnish the glory of cycling's top event - the Tour de France. A book by
Chris Evert shows today's Wags how an other half ought to live
Imran Khan's aspiration to build Oxbridge in Pakistan is seen by his detractors as mere idealism in
The Festival of Speed is an antidote to puffed-up Formula One
As he turns 41, Herring moans about men who leave their towels lying around in the locker room.