Sir Ian Botham has spoken of his shock and sadness at the death of “big brother” Bob Willis.
Cricket lost “a dear friend” on Wednesday following the death of former England captain Bob Willis.
Former England captain and cricket pundit Bob Willis has died at the age of 70.
Arsenal’s interim head coach Freddie Ljungberg has no immediate designs on becoming permanent Gunners boss.
Watford boss Quique Sanchez Flores maintains it would be a “big mistake” just to focus on his own position as the club battle for Premier League survival.
Manchester City chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak is hopeful manager Pep Guardiola will stay at the club “for years to come”.
LGBT equality charity Stonewall has praised Wycombe goalkeeper Ryan Allsop after he reported homophobic abuse during his team’s League One match at Tranmere.
Winning was everything for Scotland manager Steve Clarke as his side beat Cyprus 2-1 in Nicosia.
A fans’ group has welcomed Premier League plans to provide more information during video assistant referee (VAR) checks but has called for them to go even further.
England Women boss Phil Neville said he takes full responsibility for his side’s recent run of “unacceptable” poor performances.
Tottenham will rally round Son Heung-min as the “broken” South Korea midfielder tries to come to terms with the horrendous injury suffered by Everton’s Andre Gomes after his challenge at Goodison Park.
Ireland’s Katie Taylor beat Christina Linardatou by a unanimous points decision to claim the WBO super-lightweight title in Manchester.
Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino says he has no desire to swap the dugout for a TV studio following the criticism levelled at Dele Alli.
Frank Lampard dreams of developing Chelsea into a team with the “inspirational” qualities of England’s rugby players.
QPR chief executive Lee Hoos has accused FIFA and UEFA of being “incapable of governing” over their failure to issue an adequate response to allegations of racism.
Gary Neville believes it will take a team to walk off the pitch for a sea change to happen in the fight against racism, and believes England’s players are brave enough to do it.
Lewis Hamilton’s drive to victory in Mexico was hailed as one of the finest of his career by former world champion Jenson Button.
Josh Taylor mocked opponent Regis Prograis for struggling to make the weight for their super-lightweight unification bout at the O2 Arena on Saturday.
Love Island favourite Ovie Soko has been announced as part of Sky Sports’ NBA coverage for the coming season.
Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo has criticised the scheduling of matches over the Christmas period.
Pep Guardiola has quipped he will have to put his Manchester City players in the fridge to cool off during their Christmas programme.
Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has been ruled out of Sunday’s Premier League clash with Liverpool while goalkeeper David De Gea faces a scan and is a major injury doubt.
David De Gea could be a doubt for Manchester United’s Premier League clash with Liverpool at the weekend after suffering an injury while in action for Spain.
Former Manchester United defender Gary Neville believes Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side are paying the cost for the board having “cocked it up” over recruitment.
Two Aberdeen fixtures have been chosen for live broadcast after the latest round of TV picks was made for Scottish Premiership matches in November and December.
England have not included Jonny Bairstow in their Test squad for the tour of New Zealand while four players are handed maiden call-ups for the two-match series.
Craig Levein said the best wishes of Hearts’ fans and the whole of Scottish football are with the club’s former defender and manager Jim Jefferies after he suffered a heart attack on Monday.
Craig Levein has vowed to stay composed ahead of basement club Hearts’ crunch clash with Edinburgh rivals Hibernian on Sunday.
Captain Granit Xhaka said the Arsenal players were “scared” as Watford launched a second-half comeback to earn a Premier League point on the Vicarage Road homecoming of Quique Sanchez Flores.
Kevin Chappell became the 11th player in PGA Tour history to shoot a sub-60 round with an 11-under-par 59 in the A Military Tribute at the Greenbrier in West Virginia.