Football fans have taken to Twitter to mark 20 years since Alan Shearer signed for the Toon!
Middlesbrough have agreed a deal to sign United States international goalkeeper Brad Guzan.
Guzan, who was with Aston Villa last season, becomes Aitor Karanka's eighth senior signing of the summer and has agreed a two-year deal with the club.
The 31-year-old made 34 appearances for Villa last season and played every game for Jurgen Klinsmann's USA squad in the summer as they reached the Copa America semi-final.
The club says he brings a wealth of Premier League experience to bolster Boro's goalkeeper options further, having spent seven seasons at Villa Park.
Spennymoor FC were visiting Newton Aycliffe on Tuesday evening and refused to play the second half of the match.Read the full story ›
Some of the UK’s most iconic venues - including the Gateshead International Stadium - have signed up to be part of ITV’s I Am Team GB day.Read the full story ›
Durham captain Paul Collingwood has signed a new one-year contract for the 2017 seasonRead the full story ›
Middlesbrough's Jade Jones and Gateshead's Stephen Miller are among the athletes selected to compete at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.
The British Paralympic Association (BPA) today announced that 41 athletes have been added to the line-up for track and field in Rio as a number of Paralympic, World and European medallists were selected to ParalympicsGB.
Today’s announcement takes the number of selected athletes to 256 from 19 sports.
IM GOING TO RIO I'm so pleased to have been selected to represent GB in my second Paralympics https://t.co/lkAWjeGMyT
New England manager Sam Allardyce believes he is the right man for the job, ten years after being turned down by the Football Association.Read the full story ›
Sam Allardyce has paid tribute to Sunderland supporters after departing the club to become England manager.
In his first press conference as England boss at St George's Park, Allardyce said:
I had a really good time at Sunderland. The fans were magnificent for me.
Hopefully the England fans will enjoy my time with them just as much as the Sunderland fans did last season.
David Moyes has given his first interview since taking charge of Sunderland football club after Sam Allerdyce left to manage the England team.
Speaking after signing a four year contract the Scotsman set out his ambitions called on everyone involved with the club to get behind him.
- The 53-year-old Scot has vast experience of the Premier League and earned plaudits for his work during an 11-year stint as Everton manager.
- In 2013, Moyes was the 'chosen one' for the unenviable task of succeeding Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United. But with the reigning champions sitting seventh in the league, he was shown the exit door at Old Trafford after just 10 months in charge.
- In a bid to restore his managerial reputation, Moyes went to La Liga with Real Sociedad. However, his tenure in Spain lasted just over a year and he's been out of work since November 2015.