Newport's plucky FA Cup run came to an end as Manchester City ran out 4-1 winners in the fifth round of the FA Cup at Rodney ParadeRead the full story ›
Newport's most famous sons are not worried about coming up against Manchester City.Read the full story ›
Ole Gunnar Solkjaer revealed the attacking pair would be out injured ahead of Manchester United's Monday night FA Cup clash with ChelseaRead the full story ›
Sacking Jose Mourinho before Christmas cost Manchester United £19.6million, the Premier League club have revealed in their second-quarter financial results.
That sum, which is listed under "exceptional items" in the accounts, includes pay-outs for the five members of Mourinho's staff who left with him on December 18.
It is less than was reported in some quarters but four times the amount United had to pay predecessors David Moyes and Louis Van Gaal when they were fired in 2014 and 2016 respectively.
In the report, the club announced record revenues of £208.6million for the quarter, which translate into earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) of £104.3million and an operating profit of £44million.
The Italian Champions are keen to bring another attacker to Turin, with Gonzalo Higuain's future uncertainRead the full story ›
Iconic former Manchester United coach Eric Harrison has died aged 81.Read the full story ›
Non-League side Altrincham will make football history this weekend (February 16th) when players wear a rainbow- coloured kit based on the LGBT flag.
Their usual red and white stripes are being ditched for their home game against Bradford Park Avenue.
It's all part of the fight against homophobia in the sport.
Goalkeeper Andrew Jones says the move is long overdue.
Wanderers remain in financial trouble with owner Ken Anderson trying to sell the club - today players answered some tough questions.Read the full story ›
Solskjaer admitted Manchester United were given a "reality check" as his unbeaten record as interim manager was ended.Read the full story ›
Racing will recommence on Wednesday after all events were suspended when six horses returned positive tests last week.Read the full story ›