Charlton Athletic slideshow
Charlton Athletic slideshow
Until now, Leicester City’s title triumph was without doubt the most remarkable thing to happen in English football’s top tier in recent times. Seasons passed, the worst teams were relegated from the Premier League, the top four splashed the cash. READ MORE: Gossip – Chelsea to move for Sanchez?
Everton winger Yannick Bolasie does not seem overly optimistic about his side's chances of keeping Romelu Lukaku at the end of the season.
Claudio Ranieri says he has never experienced anything like being dismissed by Leicester City during his long coaching career.
Stan Moore’s Upper Lambourn yard are going well and morning support for his SHEILA’S PALACE (4.20, Lingfield) suggests she is fancied to break her maiden tag at the tenth attempt. The daughter of Sakhee’s Secret, who has been supported into 7-2 from 6-1, has yet to race beyond six furlongs but there
Grappling legend DDP talks us through the secret to his physical fitness as we hurtle towards Wrestlemania.
It wouldn’t be an international break in Spain without someone making the entire thing descend into another tit-for-tat war of words between Barcelona and Real Madrid. Gerard Pique was the mischief instigator this time around, as he so often is, but this time it felt completely needless. “What I don
As part of Article 50, football's top organisations have come together to kick off a five point plan of action in support of Britain. We can now reveal that list.
A proposed “Hillsborough law” requiring police forces and public authorities to be open and truthful in legal proceedings, including about their own failures, and that would give bereaved families the same resources as the police to make their case at future inquests is to be presented to parliament.
PSG could be in pole position to sign midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko from Monaco as the Frenchman previously dreamed of playing for the club.
England missed out on calling up Wilfried Zaha because the Football Association are too focused on players from elite clubs such as Manchester United and Arsenal, says Crystal Palace chairman Steve Parish
Chelsea will never achieve their aim of becoming the best club in the world if they sell Eden Hazard, warns Ray Wilkins
After seeing the Video Assistant Referee utilised in Spain's win over France, Didier Deschamps had no hard feelings and welcomed its use.
Like a cheap-thrills horror movie, it’s become the kind of season where Arsenal fans have to brace themselves for seeing something horrible whenever they pick up a newspaper – and jittery Gooners will need to be especially mentally prepared before they peruse a copy or today’s Guardian, or Mirror, or
Steve Smith was the standout batsman in Australia’s 2-1 series loss to India, but there was plenty else to like for the touring side.
Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane could make a return from injury sooner than expected and give manager Mauricio Pochettino a huge boost ahead of the remainder of the campaign.
Although the illustrious friendly clash between two one-time World Cup winners France and Spain largely failed to capture the imagination of the sell-out Stade de France crowd on Tuesday night in Paris, Kylian Mbappe’s full international debut succeeded.
Chelsea will not be in a position to stop Eden Hazard from joining Real Madrid if the player wants to move to the Spanish capital club, according to former Santiago Bernabeu president Ramon Calderon.
Brazil - amid a nine-game winning streak since last year's Copa America Centenario - benefited from Peru's 2-1 win at home to Uruguay.
The relegation countdown is on. Ten games remain in the Premier League, leaving up to seven teams with the chance to secure their top flight future. Sunderland seem doomed, Watford look good to remain in the league, but – cliche alert – football is a funny old game, and pressure can do strange things
The 28-year-old is expected to spend four weeks on the sidelines after sustaining a kick on international duty at the weekend
The iconic former Red Devils boss believes Jose Mourinho's side would be competing for the Premier League title had their home form been better