SHREWSBURY TOWN have hit their crowdfunding target of £65,000 and will now proceed with their plan to install nearly 600 rail seats at their New Meadow home this season.
Shrewsbury, who are the English Football League’s only unbeaten side and second in League One,...
Wednesday 18th Oct 2017
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HAMZA HENDAWI tells the story of retired midfielder Mohamed Aboutrika, currently in exile, after being placed on the Arab countries’ terror list for alleged ties to the Muslim Brotherhood
World Cup play-off ‘a good draw,’ says manager O’Neill
Kadeem Simmonds casts an eye on the week's sporting events
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Wales overhauls selection policy to an Australian-style caps rule
Tuesday 17th Oct 2017
Quarterback claims owners are now colluding to keep him out of a job
SPANISH newspaper Marca apologised to Tottenham yesterday after publishing an article in which it claimed the club are disliked because of their “Jewish origin.”
The piece, published yesterday ahead of Spurs’ Champions League visit to Real Madrid tonight, described...
ALEX McLEISH said yesterday that he “loved every minute” of being Scotland manager after declaring himself open to a second spell at the helm.
McLeish led Scotland to victory over France in Paris before a late defeat by Italy saw them miss out on a place in Euro 2008.
NORTHERN IRELAND and the Republic of Ireland will today discover who stands in their way of a place at the 2018 World Cup finals.
Both sides are unseeded for the European play-off draw at Fifa headquarters in Zurich, so can draw Switzerland, Italy, Croatia or Denmark, who are seeded as...
Watford 2-1 Arsenal, by Max Schwerdtfeger at Vicarage Road
Monday 16th Oct 2017