Dwight Yorke: Fate smiles on the ultimate laughing boy

It was glory, glory at Man United before his private life unravelled. Dwight Yorke opens up on Roy Keane's management, run-ins with Souness and choosing Sunderland over Sydney Harbour. Steve Tongue meets Dwight Yorke

Sam Wallace: England will move on but for fallen King it's a depressingly familiar tale

With the benefit of hindsight, there will be many who criticise Capello for picking a player who has always struggled to play more than one game a week

Peter Andre to present teatime TV show

Singer Peter Andre is to present a new teatime show on Channel 4.

Yorke calls on hard-working Berbatov to tune out critics

United's former forward backs Bulgarian to play pivotal role as race for the title hits finishing straight

Manchester United can still win title says Solskjaer

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer would prefer to be helping Manchester United's players land their 19th league championship than standing on the sidelines hoping they can do it.

Peter Andre fights back tears at possibility of Alex Reid and Katie Price adopting his children

Peter Andre fought back tears today as he stormed: "No one is going to take my kids away from me".

Katie Price and Alex Reid wed in Las Vegas

Model Katie Price and her boyfriend Alex Reid have married in Las Vegas, a spokesman for the couple said today.

Dwight Yorke: Southgate got a huge break – why didn't I?

The Brian Viner Interview: After single-handedly turning Sir Alex Ferguson's hair grey, the former Manchester United striker thinks he's ready to run a big club. He speaks about race, women and his drinking adventures with Brian Lara

Scholes sets his sights on coaching

United midfielder finally admits it's time to consider life after the legs have gone

Quickie divorce for Katie Price and Peter Andre

The three-year marriage of Katie Price and Peter Andre came to an end in just over a minute today at London's High Court.

Peter Andre: Life in public eye 'can be mistake'

Peter Andre told today how living his life in the public eye with his estranged wife Katie Price may have been a "mistake".

Short pledges funds to build top 10 side

Ellis Short, the new Sunderland owner, spoke for the first time yesterday about his reasons for being at the club and what he expects from his investment.

Strachan is not Sunderland target

There was a surge of money yesterday morning on Steve Bruce to be the next manager of Sunderland, though due to the dramatic developments at Celtic Park in the afternoon, newly resigned Gordon Strachan then became the bookmakers' favourite.

Malbranque can kick-start season, says Whitehead

Dean Whitehead, the Sunderland captain, is confident the range of talents in the club's midfield can help them climb the Premier League table.

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