All the important news and transfer of rumors from the national newspapers issued Thursday…
Antonio Conte called up Tottenham’s players for a morning training session just hours after their late surrender against Sporting Lisbon on Tuesday night. It is also believed that Conte tore up his players in the dressing room after full time.
Former Real Madrid and Everton star James Rodriguez is reported to be close to a loan deal to join Greek side Olympiacos.
Two amateur football teams are under investigation for appearing to play a friendly game at the weekend after the death of the Queen despite all football matches being canceled as a sign of respect.
Ole Pop says he now feels like England’s No. 3 player after a summer in which coach Brendon McCollum helped him remove the fear of losing his wicket and set his sights on playing 100 Tests.
Mainz 05 coach Bo Svensson is on Brighton & Hove Albion’s shortlist for potential replacements for Graham Potter.
Evan Toni is considering Gareth Southgate as the England boss prepares to name his final team ahead of the World Cup – for the upcoming Nations League matches against Italy and Germany.
Steve Finn and Nick Knight have emerged as the main contenders for the role of the national determinant in England, which has been re-introduced.
Brendon McCollum said both James Anderson and Stewart Broad will receive the ashes of Swansong next summer when England play Australia.
Worcester Warriors’ first home game of the season against Exeter Chiefs on Sunday was in doubt on Wednesday night after missing a 5pm deadline to pay match-day medical staff, leaving the club facing a potential loss and raising more questions about their futures.
Paul Pogba’s older brother was arrested on Wednesday on suspicion of participating in a plot to kidnap the France international footballer.
Alec Stewart has emerged as a major contender to become England’s new national pick.
Moin Ali and Adil Rashid are unlikely to be part of England’s Test tour of Pakistan in December despite initial suggestions that they would free themselves up for a return to red ball cricket.
Bayern Munich’s Thomas Muller was burgled at his home during their 2-0 win over Barcelona on Tuesday.
Celtic fans were angry after the match that brought them together in the Champions League against Shakhtar Donetsk this evening, as it was held in the stadium for 80 minutes after the final whistle.