Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes admits Andy Considine may not be considered fashionable enough for a Scotland cap but he insists the defender will always be in vogue at Pittodrie.
The Duke of York has reportedly resigned from his role with his flagship business project Pitch@Palace after days of speculation about his future with the successful initiative he founded.
A Liverpool fan whose offensive banner of Divock Origi prompted a police and club investigation has had his temporary ban lifted.
Everton boss Marco Silva insists Moise Kean has all he needs at Goodison Park to fulfil his potential.
Middlesbrough manager Jonathan Woodgate could be without several players for the visit of Hull to the Riverside.
Novak Djokovic’s Serbia are out of the Davis Cup after a dramatic quarter-final loss to Russia in Madrid.
A Labour candidate has invoked a famous scene from Love Actually in an appeal for votes in the General Election.
A former Boston College student has pleaded not guilty to involuntary manslaughter in a case accusing her of encouraging her boyfriend to take his own life.
Scotland will host Israel in the Euro 2020 qualifying play-offs next March while Northern Ireland manager Michael O’Neill could enjoy a Windsor Park farewell in a winner-takes-all clash against the Republic.
Manchester City goalkeeper Ederson will return for the champions’ Premier League clash with Chelsea but playmaker Bernardo Silva is banned.