Events will mark the country's biggest sports dayRead the full story ›
It's set to be the UK's biggest sports day, so Midlands Olympians are urging you to get involved and get active on August 27th.
A giant statue of Mansfield swimmer Rebecca Adlington has been unveiled in London ahead of the Rio Olympics.Read the full story ›
Claudio Ranieri has told Riyad Mahrez he is much better off at Premier League Champions Leicester than Arsenal.
The Leicester manager wants Mahrez to follow Jamie Vardy's lead of snubbing a move from the Premier League champions.
Ranieri has repeatedly said he expects last season's PFA Player of the Year to stay at the King Power Stadium having already lost N'Golo Kante to Chelsea.
He said: "I think Mahrez for us is very important as our light. If he goes in another big team, there are so many lights, so many stars, why? Stay with us, it's much better, much better. He's our champion. If he goes in another team, there are so many champions.
Stoke City have announced the signing of Wales international midfielder Joe Allen from Liverpool for a fee which could rise to £13 million.Read the full story ›
Fosun International representative Jeff Shi insists Wolves manager Kenny Jackett will keep his job following the group's £45m takeover.Read the full story ›
Wasps have announced the signing of England international Kyle EastmondRead the full story ›
West Bromwich Albion's pre-season friendly against PSV Eindhoven has been called off by Dutch police.Read the full story ›
Jason Queally won a gold and a silver medal at the 2000 Sydney Olympic games.Read the full story ›
Everton have confirmed the appointment of Steve Walsh as their new director of football.
Walsh arrives from Leicester City having played a role in the club's Premier League title success last season.
The 51-year-old, who has previously held positions at Bury, Chester and Chelsea, will start work at Everton immediately.
Leicester have said that they accepted Walsh's resignation with a "heavy heart."
Steve has made a significant contribution to the most successful period in the club's history and it's with a heavy heart that we accept his decision to seek a different challenge in his career. We thank him wholeheartedly for his service and wish him and his family well in the future.