A former Germany international goalkeeper claims he has been offered a contract to become a wrestler with World Wrestling Entertainment.Read the full story ›
Celtic made an £11.2 million pre-tax profit last season despite a significant drop in revenue.
The club's annual accounts showed group revenue decreased by 14.6 per cent to £64.7 million, with some of the fall being attributed to a £100 reward to season ticket holders.
Operating expenses also fell, by 4.5 per cent to just under £60 million, to leave Celtic with almost £4 million in the bank on June 30.
Newcastle have banned anyone working for the Daily Telegraph from accessing the club, and accused the newspaper of 'disgraceful journalism'Read the full story ›
Cain Hoy, the private American investment company, have released a statement confirming their interest in buying Tottenham Hotspur.Read the full story ›
When Southampton host Spurs in the Premier League on the Saturday, the crowd's biggest roar will be reserved for half-time.Read the full story ›
Legal aspects surrounding Scotland's bid to host games at Euro 2020 "may have to be re-assessed" if the country becomes independent.Read the full story ›
Luis Suarez's debut for Barcelona is likely to come on Saturday October 25th against fierce rivals Real Madrid at the Bernabeu.
The striker - who switched to the Nou Camp from Liverpool earlier in the summer for £75million - is currently the subject of a worldwide ban after biting Italy's Giorgio Chiellini while playing for Uruguay at the World Cup.
His four-month ban, which started on June 25th, expires on Friday October 24th and today La Liga officials confirmed that Barca's trip to the Spanish capital looks set for the Saturday, with a 1700 kick-off time (British time).
Former Liverpool defender Daniel Agger has stumped up the cash to pay for Denmark to send a team to the Homeless World Cup.Read the full story ›
Manchester United were forced to pay-off David Moyes and his staff £5.2million when he was dismissed as manager earlier this year.
Manchester United results reveal £5.2m "exceptional cost" related to pay offs for David Moyes and his coaching staff.
Former Premier League referee Graham Poll has voiced his support for FIFA president Sepp Blatter's plan to introduce television replays into the game.
Poll says the measures are needed as players are now 'more deceitful than they ever have been'.
Blatter announced on Monday that he would like to have the concept, allowing managers to contest decisions, trialled before the end of 2015.
The game has speeded up. Players are more crafty and deceitful than they have ever been.
Unfortunately, that is a fact of life, therefore referees do need help.
I'm in favour of some technology. I would question whether we should give that power to the coaches or managers.