Arsene Wenger admits the performance of non-league Sutton was "astonishing" as they offered a stern test to his Arsenal side before falling to FA Cup defeat.
Manchester United great Ryan Giggs has no qualms about extending his coaching break beyond the summer unless the right challenge crops up.
Peter Pawlett hopes his match-winning strike against Kilmarnock will convince Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes to give him some regular action.
Mark Clattenburg will continue to referee in the Premier League until the end of the season.
Pep Guardiola is relishing the intensity of the Champions League spotlight and hopes his Manchester City players can do the same.
Rory McIlroy played a round with US president Donald Trump on Sunday as he continues his recovery from a rib injury.
Ian Cathro insists the William Hill Scottish Cup advantage has not swung from Hearts to Hibernian ahead of their Easter Road replay.
Scotland head coach Vern Cotter has been handed an RBS 6 Nations fitness boost after a clutch of his struggling players declared themselves fit to face Wales.
The much-anticipated appearance of UK Anti-Doping boss Nicole Sapstead before the Culture, Media and Sport (CMS) select committee has been postponed by one week to Wednesday, March 1.
Worcester flanker Phil Dowson will retire at the end of the season to join Northampton's coaching staff, with Saints bosses backing rugby director Jim Mallinder's stewardship.
UK Sport bosses have blamed Brexit for making decisions about which Olympic and Paralympic sports to fund even harder.
Britain's Paul Di Resta has been retained by Williams as their reserve driver for the forthcoming Formula One campaign.
Toto Wolff and non-executive chairman Niki Lauda have both signed new long-term deals with Mercedes.
Former Leicester boss Richard Cockerill will become Edinburgh's new head coach this summer, the Guinness PRO12 outfit have announced.
Jim McInally admitted he didn't feel Peterhead deserved to win as they were pegged back to a 3-3 draw at Stranraer.
Kris Hunter called Formartine's hard-fought 2-1 derby win over Inverurie Locos "sweet" as they kept their title hopes alive.
Forres Mechanics boss Charlie Rowley is backing Cove Rangers to win the four-horse race for this season's Highland League title.
Fraserburgh nicked a dramatic late equaliser to secure a 1-1 home draw with Wick Academy.
Rabona goals are already difficult to master, let along smashing one 20 yards out from the goal.