I do love autumn. The air freshens. The leaves turn, and drop, reminding us of life’s cyclical nature. Although this task is also served by the world of sport…
What have Theresa May and Jose Mourinho got in common? We are not talking politics here, or even political football.
There is much ado in London today about the upcoming clash between world heavyweight champions Anthony Joshua and Joseph Parker, now confirmed for the Principality Stadium in Cardiff on the night of Saturday, March 31.
Liam Morgan: FIFA desperate to avoid Disgrace of Gijón repeat in World Cup expansion as Council prepares to rubber-stamp proposals
They called it the Disgrace of Gijón. Others referred to it as the Anschluss, a derogatory reference to the unification of Austria and Nazi Germany back in 1936.
FIFA President Gianni Infantino held a 90-minute meeting with members of his “Legends” team here to begin a process which will see the group of ex-professionals have “day to day” input into the decision-making at the scandal-hit governing body.
FIFA Presidential candidate Gianni Infantino has unveiled a 90-day plan here which the Swiss aims to implement if elected on February 26.
You could understand it if both Louis van Gaal and Lord Sebastian Coe called their respective newsagents and demanded: "Please cancel my papers indefinitely".
If the organisers of next year’s European Athletics Championships in Amsterdam have their wish, Dafne Schippers will be one of the names of 2016.
Twenty-fifteen: The year in which the high and mighty fell to earth with a resounding thump.
There was a mad idea at insidethegames at the weekend to set our alarms for 4am and find somewhere to watch the Floyd Mayweather Jnr-Manny Pacquiao fight before travelling on to the office for a day of work. Considering a distinct lack of sleep the night before, I’m not sure how this would have ended and, with the plan eventually abandoned due to a total lack of places in the area showing the fight, I don’t feel I missed too much.