INTERNATIONAL footballers’ union FifPro has withdrawn its two-year-old EU complaint against Fifa’s global transfer rules after the two agreed a six-year co-operation deal yesterday in Zurich.
Experts suggested the complaint’s result could be as far-reaching as a 1995...
Tuesday 7th Nov 2017
posted by Morning Star in Sport
1 Tottenham0 Crystal Palaceby Samantha Miller at Wembley
TOTTENHAM narrowly beat bottom of the table Crystal Palace 1-0 thanks to Son Heung-min yesterday but Ruben Loftus-Cheek believes regardless of the defeat Palace can...
Monday 6th Nov 2017
ALEX WALMSLEY is determined to push on in the World Cup after completing his recovery from a debilitating illness to make his England debut on Saturday.
The St Helens prop has revealed how he spent three days on a drip after being felled by a mystery virus and is still striving to put...
CELTIC manager Brendan Rodgers has warned the world that there is no way his players will take their foot off the gas on their record-breaking run — because they are “allergic” to complacency.
The Premiership champions made it 63 unbeaten domestic games with a 4-0...
WOKING earned an FA Cup first-round replay against managerless Bury yesterday after Jamie Philpot’s header secured a 1-1 draw.
Millwall loanee Philpot’s first-half header for the National League side keeps them in the hat for the second round.League One outfit Bury,...
Pep gets the better of Wenger to maintain lead at the top
Scotland’s captain career all but over as Brooks and Walker also sent packing
Wales start chomping at the bit for next week’s training
Saturday 4th Nov 2017
writes James Nalton
STEVEN FINN and Moeen Ali will both miss the first two tour matches of England’s Ashes campaign after scans on their respective knee and side injuries.
Both were already ruled out of the first fixture, a two-day match against a Western Australia XI in Perth this weekend.