• Queiroz, from Man Utd enforcer to Mr. World Cup
    Carlos Queiroz was once Alex Ferguson’s formidable number two at Manchester United, but he has now carved out a new reputation: the man who can take your team to the World Cup.
  • Germans held, Sanchez breaks record
    Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez became Chile's all-time top scorer with his 38th international goal in Thursday's draw with Germany at the Confederations Cup.
  • Federer: ‘Murray’s reign is under threat’
    Roger Federer on Thursday lent his voice to the suggestion that Andy Murray’s reign at No. 1 in the world is under serious threat for the rest of the summer.
  • FIFA clears Manchester United over Pogba move
    Manchester United was cleared of wrongdoing in the transfer of Paul Pogba but FIFA opened disciplinary proceedings against Juventus.
  • Murray stunned by Jordan Thompson
    Defending champion Andy Murray was knocked out of the Aegon Championships in the first round by world number 90, Jordan Thompson on a day of shocks.
  • Mou denies accusations
    José Mourinho denied accusations of tax evasion made by authorities in Spain. Spanish prosecutors filed a claim against the Manchester United manager that he defrauded the tax authorities of €3.3 million (£2.9 million) while he managed Real Madrid.
  • Mou accused of tax fraud in Spain
    Spanish prosecutors said on Tuesday they had filed a claim against the Manchester United manager José Mourinho on two counts of tax fraud in 2011 and 2012, when he managed Real Madrid.
  • Young Germans enjoy victory over battling Aussies
    Germany's young players demonstrated a sheer joy of playing for the majority of their 3-2 victory over Australia in their opening FIFA Confederations Cup Russia 2017 fixture – and that was reflected in their post-match comments.
  • Pérez describes Ronaldo’s situation ‘very strange’
    Real Madrid president Florentino Perez admitted he has not spoken with Cristiano Ronaldo about his desire to leave the club.
  • Murray pledges donations to Grenfell appeal
    Andy Murray on Monday pledged his winnings at this year’s Aegon Championships at Queen’s Club – which will be more than £346,000 if he wins his sixth title on Sunday – to the families of the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire tragedy.
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