Neil Warnock called Simon Hooper’s decision to refuse Cardiff a first-half penalty against Watford “bizarre” and claimed that the Wiltshire referee had owned up to making a mistake after the game.
A trio of pro-EU Cabinet ministers have publicly signalled they are ready to back moves to delay Brexit to prevent Britain “crashing out” of the EU without a deal.
Claudio Ranieri admitted Javier Hernandez’s punch knocked the stuffing out of Fulham after their 3-1 Premier League defeat at West Ham.
A 1-1 draw did little to help Espanyol’s fading European hopes or Huesca’s slim survival chances.
Maurizio Sarri cannot comprehend why his position as Chelsea head coach is precarious when he considers Pep Guardiola’s first season at Manchester City.
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has billed Saturday’s clash with Burnley as a “final” in what could be a decisive week in the Premier League title race.
The fight against HIV is not over and the disease thrives when people become ignorant of the threat it poses, David Furnish has warned.
An elderly woman has been taken to hospital after emergency services were called to a residential property in Tayport on Friday night.
Munster came out on top in a tight battle with Ospreys at the Liberty Stadium as the Irish side’s 19-13 victory kept them top of Conference A of the Guinness PRO14.
England prop forwards Alex Walmsley and Luke Thompson powered St Helens to a third-straight win at the start of the Betfred Super League season as they claimed a 27-22 comeback victory at home to Leeds Rhinos.