Of the top five European leagues, England’s top division is the most secure, with coaches staying in charge on average for two years
Jon Walters has hailed Marc Wilson’s versatility after he fitted in well to a new role in the centre of Stoke’s defence.
Football legends including Brian Clough, Bobby Robson, Tom Finney, Billy Wright, Trevor Francis, Billy Bremner and Herbert Chapman have been named in a list of the greatest contributors to clubs’ league history in a vote as part of The Football League’s 125th anniversary celebrations.
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Damien Duff has confirmed that he will be leaving Fulham this summer and will be going in search of ‘something new’.
Celtic striker Anthony Stokes claims he has proved this season and that there is more to his game than just finding the net.
Hurricane Fly is on target to try for a sixth successive win at the Punchestown Festival.
Ian Culverhouse and Gary Karsa have been with Paul Lambert for six and eight years respectively but their futures are now in doubt
Sandiva aims to keep her Classic dreams alive as she make her seasonal reappearance in the Lanwades Stud Nell Gwyn Stakes at Newmarket on Wednesday.
Stoke playmaker Stephen Ireland has signed a new three-year contract at the Britannia Stadium.
Bradford have agreed a deal to keep Warrington forward Danny Bridge on loan for the rest of the season.
Irishman agrees a three-year deal at the Britannia Stadium after rebuilding his career under Stoke manager Mark Hughes.
The bet365 Gold Cup at Sandown and the Bibby Financial Services Ireland Punchestown Gold Cup are the two options under consideration for Argocat following his excellent run in defeat at Aintree earlier this month.
Organisers of one of cycling’s flagship professional events are extremely confident ahead of the opening stages in Northern Ireland, a race director said.
Billy Vunipola believes his six-week injury absence will ultimately help Saracens in their quest for domestic and European success this season.
David Price continued his comeback with a third-round stoppage victory over Ondrej Pala in Denmark on Saturday.
Glasgow Warriors became the first Scottish team to win away at Munster in six years as they beat the Heineken Cup semi-finalists 22-5 at Thomond Park.
Everton full-back Seamus Coleman has described Wednesday’s clash with Crystal Palace as “must-win” as they chase Champions League football.
The controversial boss is battling to save his job amid growing supporter unrest and a poor run of form which has seen them concede 11 without reply in three games
He once described himself as a pub player and, at 29, has never been capped, but Davies still believes the call may come