Spanish giants Barcelona have confirmed Ernesto Valverde as their new head coach.Read the full story ›
A tense Wembley play-off final between Reading and Huddersfield was settled on penalties.Read the full story ›
England were unable to recover from losing six wickets in the opening five overs at Lord's in their defeat to South Africa.Read the full story ›
Joe Hart faces an uncertain future with Manchester City after returning from a year with Torino.Read the full story ›
Welsh teenager Regan Poole accepts he has to bide his time to make his mark at Manchester United.Read the full story ›
Barcelona are set to name their new coach on Monday evening, with Ernesto Valverde widely expected to take charge.Read the full story ›
Toby Roland-Jones made his England debut on his home ground as Mark Wood and Liam Plunkett were added to the first-choice players rested in the third Royal London Series match against South Africa at Lord's.
Roland-Jones was among three players called in as cover on the eve of this final match, in which England are bidding for a 3-0 whitewash, and he and fellow Middlesex seamer Steven Finn came straight into the team.
Wood and Plunkett were rested along with the absences already announced as injury precautions for Ben Stokes, Chris Woakes and Moeen Ali.
Jonny Bairstow replaced Stokes at number five, and David Willey came in for his first match of the series, as England made four changes in all to the team which took an unassailable 2-0 lead at the Ageas Bowl on Saturday.
South Africa won the toss for the third successive time and, again as previously, chose to bowl first. Morne Morkel was selected for the first time to lead their attack, and JP Duminy and Wayne Parnell returned after being rested in Southampton.
Blackpool's Wembley hero Mark Cullen heaped praise on manager Gary Bowyer for guiding the club to promotion.Read the full story ›
Manchester United making the Champions League could mean they can fend off bids from Barcelona for one of their stars.Read the full story ›
Brad Potts and Mark Cullen fired Blackpool to the unlikeliest of promotions as they beat Exeter 2-1 at Wembley.Read the full story ›