Gianfranco Zola admits he is happy to see Ole Gunnar Solskjaer making a “remarkable” impact at Manchester United, despite it adversely affecting Chelsea.
Derby manager Frank Lampard has warned his players they can forget about Premier League promotion if they produce a repeat of their dismal first-half display in the FA Cup defeat at Brighton.
French yellow vest protesters are marking three months since the start of their anti-government movement.
St Johnstone stuck rigidly to Tommy Wrights’ game plan to bring a point home from Ibrox but he thought it could have been more.
Dundee United manager Robbie Neilson hailed his side’s “massive win” after they returned from Dumfries with a 1-0 victory.
Drinks giant Bacardi has revealed it is stockpiling booze ahead of Brexit, but dismissed the UK’s impending divorce as “not even a blip on the horizon” in the firm’s 157-year history.
British bladesmith Blenheim Forge has secured the edge over rivals after striking a near-£30,000 sale of gourmet knives to celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay and celebrating its best ever Christmas.
Phil Foden sees Champions League glory as the main prize as Manchester City continue to fight on four fronts.
Williams have been forced to withdraw from the opening day of Formula One pre-season testing because their car is not ready.
Deradicalising runaway schoolgirl Shamima Begum would prove a “challenge”, a counter-extremism expert warned as the family of another jihadi bride said serving jail terms in the UK should remain an option.