Jury rules police officer Duckenfield could have foreseen tragedy
Verdict prompts sobbing and cries of 'hallelujah' among those at the hearing
Behind the polished PR exterior of last night’s press conference, there is a dysfunctional aspect to the squad
The Red Devils captain is open to taking up central position for England as well
Ahead of today's FA Cup semi-final, winger tells Ian Herbert how he was once a bag of nerves before kick-off. Not anymore
'You always need guts to put youngsters in the squad and line-up,' Van Gaal said
Evans won his appeal for conviction against rape today
COMMENT: Agbonlahor is a parable for what Aston Villa have become under Randy Lerner
The Leeds owner is accused of alleged sexual discrimination against the club's former academy head of welfare Lucy Ward
Even though there are three UK nations competing, France request is lower than that from Germany 2006
With a decison due this week, Ian Herbert wonders whether the 27-year-old will learn some humility regardless of the result
German manager's calmness at half-time inspired comeback
' [That comment] is a very disrespectful thing [to] my mother and my daughter and my wife. It means I have no consideration and no respect'
We live in a world where the protection of children is paramount and none less than those young footballers in whom the whole world seems to take an interest.
Their ordinary names - Fred and George, Harry, Jack, Alf and Jimmy – tell us that they were ordinary men before they did an extraordinary thing and took English football to the world. That’s why their story is so irresistible.
Ward claimed she was sacked because she was former head coach Neil Redfearn's partner