Smith hangs up her boots to coach
Thursday 12th Jan 2017
posted by Kadeem Simmonds in Sport
Joe Root set off for India yesterday still awaiting a formal decision on whether he will be England’s new Test captain.
Alastair Cook, after four years and a record 59 matches, remains in post at present but has been pondering his future since a 4-0 series defeat in India before...
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United boss says supporters will play a big role on Sunday
England prop Joe Marler will miss the start of the Six Nations after suffering a fracture to his lower left leg.
Marler was ruled out for at least a month yesterday with the injury and will be unavailable for the Championship opener against France on February 4 and the clash with Wales...
The independent review into allegations of child abuse in football made its first call for evidence yesterday.
Set up by the Football Association and led by Clive Sheldon QC, the review has written to all football clubs in England and Wales, both amateur and professional, asking for...
KADEEM SIMMONDS can’t believe the FA chair really thinks a gay player in the Premier League should come out at the start of the season because supporters would be ‘happy’ and the sun would be shining
Wednesday 11th Jan 2017
ASIF BURHAN was in Zurich for Fifa’s 48-team World Cup announcement, which has not been well-received by fans and the media
Team Sky boss turns attention towards Kenworthy
Sam Billings ensured England’s one-day tour of India began with a win yesterday, anchoring a successful pursuit of 305 against MS Dhoni’s India A in Mumbai.
Billings, fresh from a Big Bash stint with Sydney Sixers, may have owed his place in the side to the delayed arrival...
Chelsea and Man City pitted against each other in one-off league