Peru coach Ricardo Gareca toasted an emotional victory yesterday as he led the country to the World Cup for the first time in 36 years.
A 2-0 play-off second-leg victory against New Zealand at Estadio Nacional De Lima sealed the South Americans’ place at the finals in Russia next...
Friday 17th Nov 2017
posted by Morning Star in Sport
Bowler would rather be ‘overcooked than undercooked’
Thursday 16th Nov 2017
Midfielder hopes 1-1 draw with Panama wasn’t boss’ last game
WORLD Rugby chair Bill Beaumont denied being humiliated yesterday after member countries voted for France to host the 2023 Rugby World Cup instead of South Africa as recommended.
World Rugby’s independent review named South Africa as the top pick two weeks ago, but France won the...
BRADLEY WIGGINS broke his silence yesterday on UK Anti-Doping’s (UKAD) investigation into allegations of wrongdoing in cycling, saying it had provoked a “malicious witch-hunt” that was “living hell” for his family.
Wiggins welcomed yesterday’s...
ENGLAND’S women are to be paid squad and match fees after agreeing a one-year deal with the Rugby Football Union yesterday.
It comes in time for the three-match series against Canada, which starts tomorrow night, and will include the Six Nations.
It is the first time that...
A US pizza chain have been forced to apologise for their boss blaming sluggish sales on NFL players kneeling during the national anthem.
Major NFL sponsor and advertiser Papa John’s chief executive CEO John Schnatter told financial analysts earlier this month that “NFL...
England captain says team will ’go about things our way’
Wednesday 15th Nov 2017
Seeing players being abused on social media for going out is a joke and KADEEM SIMMONDS believes fans are forcing athletes to stay indoors and do nothing
posted by Kadeem Simmonds in Sport
Forward will feature in quarter-final in place of Heighington