Archive for December 10, 2012
The Scottish Premier League have confirmed that there is no possibility of them rescheduling games to help Celtic prepare for their Champions League ties.
Motherwell host Aberdeen in Scottish Cup fourth-round replay at Fir Park in the knowledge that failure could mean a clear-out at the club.
Fulham manager Martin Jol praised the all-round influence of star striker Dimitar Berbatov following the Whites’ 2-1 victory over Newcastle at Craven Cottage.
Shaun Edwards set to be overlooked by British and Irish Lions coach Warren Gatland when he names his coaching team
Wales coach Shaun Edwards looks set to be overlooked by British and Irish Lions coach Warren Gatland.
England internationals Sam Tomkins and Kevin Sinfield have been nominated for the 2012 Golden Boot. Wigan full-back Tomkins won the 2012 Man of Steel award.
Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini has claimed his team are still superior to rivals United and has revealed he will not sell Mario Balotelli in the forseeable future.
Relatives of Hillsborough victims have warned that erecting netting to protect players from missiles could eventually lead to the return of the fences that killed their loved ones.
Barcelona superstar is praised by Gerd Mueller after beating the German legend’s 40-year record
Shay Given will make a rare appearance for Aston Villa but his involvement is likely to be overshadowed by Paul Lambert’s return to Carrow Road.
It was going to happen eventually, of course. Some idiot was always going to hit the bullseye. What matters now is not how loud people shout about this but what football does.
The man known as the ‘Animal’ of wheelchair racing, who won four gold medals at the Paralympic Games in London, is sitting in a cafe in Richmond Park, south-west London, sipping a coffee.
Little Master’s career through the eyes of team-mate, coach, opponent and journalist.
UK Athletics’ new head coach Peter Eriksson can handle anything after 12 years as a fireman in Stockholm
Peter Eriksson, UKA’s head coach, tells Simon Briggs how his previous job has taught him value of unity
Manager Martin O’Neill insists he is the best man for Sunderland as he seeks to steer them away from trouble.
Rory McIlroy, Ian Poulter and the best Ryder Cup of all time! Golf’s great year remembered – Derek Lawrenson
Right from the first tournament in Abu Dhabi in January, this was a golfing year to remember, with each month providing a highlight reel. As the curtain comes down, here are my favourite moments of a season to savour.