Kelly Smith’s tribute game shows the legacy she leaves for women’s football, writes SUZANNE WRACK
Saturday 25th Feb 2017
posted by Morning Star in Sport
Caretaker Shakespeare says it wasn’t a dressing room revolt against Ranieri
Draw against Russian side adds to fixture congestion woes for Reds boss
EDDIE HOWE said yesterday that he is not hiding from Bournemouth’s problems and accepts recent form has not been good.
But the Cherries boss is convinced there is little wrong with his team as he looks to pull them away from any relegation danger.
Bournemouth are 14th in...
ALUN WYN JONES said yesterday that Wales must “expect the unexpected” when they chase a 10th successive victory over Scotland today.
Wales will arrive at Murrayfield with their Six Nations title ambitions still intact, despite the agony of England wing Elliot Daly’s...
FRANCE will not repeat the mistake of targeting Johnny Sexton in today’s Six Nations clash with Ireland in Dublin, forwards coach Yannick Bru said yesterday.
Bru claimed Les Bleus lost focus in a host of previous and overt attempts to unsettle Ireland’s pivotal...
EDDIE JONES reacted to scrutiny of Dylan Hartley’s ongoing selection yesterday by insisting England’s captain will remain the first name on the team sheet for the foreseeable future.
Hartley was replaced after 46 minutes of the 21-16 Six Nations victory over Wales, has...
Head honchos tackle dodgy betting patterns head on
Friday 24th Feb 2017
BLACKPOOL owners the Oystons lost a bitter multimillionpound court battle with a Latvian investor yesterday.
Owen and Karl Oyston, owner and chairman of the Lancashire club, were in dispute with businessman Valeri Belokon, who provided £4.75 million in July 2008 to develop the...
Olympic gold will be better after 2016 silver, says Muhammad