ARSENAL manager Arsene Wenger said yesterday that over-celebrating victories can be “a little bit offensive” and offered the example of sumo wrestling as the right way to do it.
Wednesday 13th Dec 2017
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RAELENE CASTLE will take over as chief executive officer at Rugby Australia next month, becoming the first woman to lead one of the major national unions in world rugby.
Liverpool boss says ‘fresh legs’ almost had it on Saturday
Tuesday 12th Dec 2017
Swansea boss tries to head off repeat of Manchester derby ‘altercation’
TYSON FURY’S much-delayed UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) hearing resumed yesterday in London, though a verdict is not expected until next year.
The 29-year-old former heavyweight champion and his cousin and fellow heavyweight fighter Hughie Fury, 23, tested positive for the banned steroid...
THE sight of Stoke’s squad being confronted by angry fans at a train station after Saturday’s 5-1 loss to Tottenham “could possibly be a good thing,” boss Mark Hughes said yesterday.
Potters supporters vented their fury at players on the platform having shared a...
SEAN DYCHE said yesterday that his side’s team ethic had been made clear this season by the quality and distribution of Burnley’s goals.
Scott Arfield became the eighth different player to hit the target for the Clarets in the Premier League at the weekend as a 1-0 home win...
FORMER Pakistan opener Nasir Jamshed has been banned for a year for not co-operating with an investigation into spot-fixing.
The 28-year-old, who represented his country 68 times across all formats, was charged in April in relation to spot-fixing at last winter’s Pakistan Super...
MANCHESTER United and Manchester City have until tomorrow to tell the FA what happened following Sunday’s derby, with reports of ugly scenes occurring after the match.
United manager Jose Mourinho and City goalkeeper Ederson are reported to have had a confrontation after...
West Ham 1-0 Chelsea. By Paul Donovan at the London Stadium
Monday 11th Dec 2017