As Austria co-hosts Euro 2008, Robin Stummer reports on the mystery of the great footballer Matthias Sindelar.
With no UK team in the Euro 2008 championship, how do you choose who to support? Well why not choose
Modern sportsmen are setting the pace for feudal governing bodies
Shazia's week: The card said he was a former West Indies cricketer. Did he think I looked like the t
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Grand Prix racing can be a bore without the glamour of danger, writes Emma John
A room full of anoraks, a rained-off match. Yet Emma John finds moments of glamour
Music, television, football, tennis - they're all entertainment now
And the award goes to . . . Hunter Davies chooses his best in show for this season
Technological analysis fails to capture footie magic
Give it ten years and the Premiership will be in Beijing
A few surprises in the Scottish semi-final, funnily enough
I wanted all four of the so-called unglam clubs to win
Most papers were disgusted by the Olympic flame's visit to London. Murdoch's <em>Sun</em>, however,
Why does investment in training fail to pay off for England?
All promises about freedom of reporting and improving human rights in the run-up to the Olympics app
Football fans should give thanks we live in modern times.
Touring the Swiss Alps, Simon Akam discovers that a pair of skis is an essential item for an uphill
I've been thinking of writing a play about Reggie, but when I get those thoughts I feel guilty. Whet
Players' looks tell us nothing about who they really are
James Medhurst points out that the purpose of sport is not to create a level playing field but rathe
Football is the best type of globalisation - better even than money.
Prem stars earn their millions - unlike their chief executives
Don't shield viewers from nasty tackles. It's football, not ballet
A tale of Prezza, the Penthouse Pets and parliament's footie team.