- Mon Jun 4 6:31 PM
Everton’s new manager Marco Silva has said he will not stand in Wayne Rooney
’s way if he wants to leave his boyhood club for Major Soccer League’s DC United. The 32-year-old has been in talks with the American side over the last few weeks despite having only rejoined the Toffees 11 months ago af...
- Sun Jun 3 10:49 PM
Spain 1-1 Switzerland David de Gea made a rare error in Spain’s 1-1 draw with Switzerland, a game dominated by the home side in which they could not make their superior possession count. The Real Sociedad right-back Álvaro Odriozola scored his first international goal with an impressive volley to...
- Sun Jun 3 10:30 PM
• Loss to Iceland two years ago left a ‘nasty feeling’ • ‘I expect us to go there and express ourselves’ Marcus Rashford believes the “nasty feeling” England experienced at Euro 2016 will motivate the squad to perform better at the World Cup. England departed from the European Championship in hum...
- Sun Jun 3 8:00 AM
was mystified at Karius, Carvajal and Salah’s tears but the former Manchester United midfielder’s past suggests a sympathetic soul lurks beneath the gruff exterior A week on from a Champions League final that proved remarkable on many different levels and the tears have, presumably,...
- Fri Jun 1 11:00 AM
José Mourinho leads the tributes in this uncompromising and elegant doc about a man who rose above football’s ruthlessness A slickly produced – but heartfelt and passionate – profile of Bobby Robson, the avuncular football manager who in 1990 came this close to getting England to the World Cup fi...
- Thu May 31 12:00 PM
Nigeria’s captain opens up on the ‘massive problems’ that derailed the team in 2014, life in China and the day he feared Sir Alex Ferguson would punch him For Mikel John Obi, it was the boyhood dream that soured. “It was a disaster, ” the Nigeria midfielder says of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil –...
- Thu May 31 8:30 AM
Today’s fluff is flying José Mourinho was spotted watching this week’s friendly between Russia and Austria, and that immediately set tongues wagging about which player, in particular, he was interested in. Since Kevin Wimmer didn’t start and has just agreed to flee Stoke for Hannover, anyway, the...
- Tue May 29 10:26 PM
• Manager sees 19-year-old as successor to Antonio Valencia
• Dalot made debut last season and has release clause of £17.5m José Mourinho is hopeful of making Porto’s Diogo Dalot his first signing of the summer. Manchester United’s manager is targeting the 19-year-old as a long-term successor to...