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Some will always doubt the veracity of Fifa’s official ranking system but anyone who saw England at last summer’s World Cup knew full well they were witnessing the 10th best nation on the planet
Dressing up as Melvyn Bragg in order to offer intellectual justification for questionable comedic decisions doesn't actually make them more intellectually justified
He is back in the squad now and the opponents, again, are San Marino, away this time on Saturday
How much were we to read into Henry's casting of himself as the British Leyland factory worker who was incapable of happiness?
'I love that they go on television, but I would like them to help people to love football even more'
'We will simply never develop the capacity for what Australia and the rest like to refer to as ruthlessness'
New IAAF head knows stepping up fight against doping risks more negative press
I took the before and after pictures myself, not the clinic, and the results were dramatic
Leaked report claims a third of competing athletes admit to breaking rules
It cannot be denied that it was a shade unclassy that Kyrgios chose to deliver his sledge within range of a courtside microphone
It is a debate understood well by Andy Farrell, a dual code player himself and now a member of the England coaching team
Joey Barton was in talks with West Ham on Monday and could bolster their defensive midfield options
The two experts who analysed results on behalf of The Sunday Times have hit back at the IAAF's claim that their findings were 'confusing and misleading'
They returned from the World Championships in Paris without a single gold medal - a result that would have been unthinkable not so long ago
'The fightback has to start here,' said Coe
The doping crisis explained