Rio Ferdinand has described being "overwhelmed" by the support he received from football fans after his wife died.Read the full story ›
The first British boxer to win an Olympic gold medal beat Andre Dirrell in Boston last night to fight his way into the history books.Read the full story ›
After failing to get his hands on any tickets for Arsenal fans for the FA Cup final, one unlucky supporter appealed for Royal assistance.Read the full story ›
Chris Ramsey has been appointed QPR head coach on a permanent basis, the Premier League club has announced.
The former Spurs coach has been in charge at Loftus Road since the start of February and has signed a three-year contract with the club.
“He lives and breathes management and coaching, and I am sure he will flourish in this role, as we look to bounce back from this season’s disappointments," said owner Tony Fernandes.
“This is a new start for us and one I am confident Chris will relish playing a major part in.”
Wembley Stadium has issued an apology after spelling Middlesbrough incorrectly on Play-Off Final tickets. The mistake has been put down to human error.
An error has been made on the Championship Play-Off Final 2015 tickets, with Middlesbrough spelt incorrectly.
Wembley Stadium would like to apologise to Middlesbrough Football Club and its fans for this mistake, it was a human error. These tickets will still be valid for Monday’s game.
We hope that it does not detract from what will be an excellent game and we encourage fans looking for further information on the fixture to visit.
The exuberant player pulled the pen out of his sock after scoring in a 24-12 win over Japan at Twickenham.Read the full story ›
If you're wondering how the transformation of the Olympic stadium is going, here's your answer.
The London 2012 venue is being transformed, which includes getting a new roof.
Last year, Olympic Park bosses agreed to pay contractors an extra £36m to strengthen the roof. The work turned out to be more complex and technically challenging than expected.
Piers Morgan has branded new ECB director Andrew Strauss a "vindictive moron" after it was reported he will snub Kevin PietersenRead the full story ›
Piers Morgan claims Kevin Pietersen was offered an "advisory role" at the ECB by Andrew Strauss, despite the new director claiming there are "massive trust issues" with him.
Strauss asked @kp24 last night if he'd consider an 'advisory role' with ECB. Same organisation that doesn't trust him enough to pick him.
I suggest journalists ask Strauss why he offered KP an 'advisory role' with ECB if they don't trust him. Urgently.
Morgan told his Twitter following:
"Strauss asked @KP24 last night if he'd consider an 'advisory role' with ECB.Same organisation that doesn't trust him enough to pick him
"I suggest journalists ask Strauss why he offered KP an 'advisory role' with ECB if they don't trust him."