England's second test against Australia in Alice Springs could be a heated affair if the in Brisbane is anything to go by.
Two men have been charged in connection with alleged match-fixing in English football, the National Crime Agency said today.
Speaking at the launch of "The Class Of 92", David Beckham said he is surprised "everyday" at how his life has turned out.
Fulham fans have been reflecting on the sacking of Martin Jol as manager of the club:
– martin jol, former manager, fulham fc
It was a privilege to manage Fulham, one of the great clubs in the Premier League or anywhere in the world.
I am disappointed in this season but know there are better days ahead for Fulham and its supporters.
I will always treasure my experience here and want to thank Mr. Khan and everyone at Fulham for the opportunity.
The chairman of Fulham FC has confirmed that the club's manager Martin Jol has been sacked:
– Shahid Khan, Chairman, Fulham Football Club
Martin was very gracious and I appreciate his understanding of the situation.
There is no question Martin is an excellent football man and he has my utmost respect for the commitment he made to our Club.
However, our poor form and results this season are undeniable, and Fulham supporters deserve better. With more than half the season still ahead, an immediate change was necessary.
Martin Jol has been sacked as manager of Fulham, the club have announced.
Rene Meulensteen will assume responsibility for the first team with immediate effect.
Olympic swimmer Michael Jamieson has said that his heart stopped momentarily during a training session on Tuesday.
Writing on Twitter, the Scottish silver medallist paid tribute to the doctors and nurses at the Royal United Hospital in Bath and the English Institute of Sport for "restarting" his heart.
Long week! My heart was restarted on Wednesday AM, pushing bit too hard at training on Tuesday haha. Docs & nursing staff at RUH/EIS...
...have been amazing. I'm back home & cleared to train! Specialist said he's only seen this 3 times, all Olympic medallists - pretty cool! ?
...not really sure the reasons behind it happening but I went into an irregular beat after reaching 203 heart rate in a session (max is 193)
A Tromso supporter was removed from his seat during Tottenham Hotspur's 2-0 Europa League win after Spurs manager Andre Villas-Boas took offence to chants of "You're getting sacked in the morning".
Reidar Stenersen Jr, a 29-year-old hairdresser, claims he subjected Villas-Boas to the chants while the score was still goalless.
The Spurs boss, who is under pressure following a poor run of results including a 6-0 hammering at the hands of Manchester City, took offence to the abuse and notified a steward.
The official subsequently asked Stenersen, who was sat behind the Spurs dugout, to move to another stand but he refused, and instead walked out to watch the remainder of the game in a nearby pub.
Stenersen suggested the current scrutiny the manager is under may of contributed to what he called a "petulant" reaction.
"I know he is under a lot of pressure so I think my words hit him, even though I am only a little guy in little Tromso. He was being a bit petulant. This is the same thing that can be sung by 60,000 at the Emirates Stadium or other grounds."
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Two men have appeared in court charged with plotting to defraud bookmakers after a National Crime Agency investigation into alleged football match-fixing.
Chann Sankaran and Krishna Sanjey Ganeshan, both originally from Singapore, were not required to enter any plea during a five-minute hearing at Cannock Magistrates' Court in Staffordshire.
They were both remanded in custody to appear at Birmingham Crown Court on December 13.
Dramatic footage has emerged of the moment a crane collapsed at a World Cup stadium in Sao Paulo, Brazil killing two workers.
The incident happened at the Corinthians Arena on Wednesday.
Greater Manchester Police said that their investigation regarding the Football Association involves allegations of computer hacking andthe "dissemination of private information".
Three men have been charged following allegations of computer hacking at the Football Association, Greater Manchester Police said today.