The imminent sacking of Roberto Mancini proves that 'respect' in football is about far more than how the players conduct themselves.
There has been a backlash to Judge Santamaria’s ruling that evidence in the trial of Spain’s doping doctor Eufemiano Fuentes be destroyed.
Anti-doping officials are circling as a Spanish judge prepares to rule on whether Dr Eufemiano Fuentes' client list can be made public.
The FA says it intends to punish Suarez more than the usual three games. Well why is it? He didn't hurt anyone. Ivanovic is not in plaster.
Liverpool had a real chance to steal the moral high ground. Among fans I heard irritation that Suarez had stained the club’s name again.
Liverpool fans fans who pack Anfield every week do not deserve the stain Suarez smears on their reputation.
'Rio to Rio' has that irresistible ring - but it is not a headline you are likely to read now.
Lance Armstrong cannot expect to be redeemed after his brief TV confession. Names must be named.
The self-flagellation makes for gripping television but it does not really amount to much in the long run.
Tonight's highly-anticipated doping confession might struggle to win back public respect for Lance Armstrong. So what is his motivation?