Saturday, November 28, 2015
Liverpool and Tottenham reached the Europa League last 32 on Thursday while Scottish interest in continental competition came to another sobering end when Celtic were knocked out.
In an age when youngsters are recruited by leading clubs before they have even mastered the art of shoelace-tying, Jamie Vardy's rise to prominence with Leicester City is an exceptional story.
Things couldn't be better for Darlington Nagbe. The 25-year-old midfielder became an American citizen in September, he just returned from his first call-up with the U.S. national team, and his Portland Timbers are in the MLS Cup playoffs.
Much-traveled French striker Nicolas Anelka has admitted he is likely to be on the move once more after his Mumbai City team failed to qualify for the knock-out stages of the Indian Super League.
Fifty years ago Malaysian and Singapore parted ways to form two separate countries, a decision that helped to kick start the economic miracle that subsequently took place in the Lion City.
The world champion Fiji sevens rugby team has been praised after stepping in to assist cabin crew during a medical emergency on a flight from Fiji to Brisbane on Thursday.
The IAAF on Thursday named American decathlete Ashton Eaton and Ethiopian middle-distance runner Genzebe Dibaba as World Athletes of the Year.
Mitchell Starc ripped apart New Zealand's middle order to put Australia on top in the historic day-night Test before struck down by injury in Adelaide on Friday.
Lord Sebastian Coe has vowed to guide the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) "back to trust" after a series of corruption and doping scandals that has seen global athletics crash into its darkest ever days.
Senegal host an eight-nation Olympics soccer qualifying tournament during the next 15 days with the top three finishers securing places at the 2016 Rio Games.