Danny Mills and Howard Wilkinson will both form a part of Greg Dyke’s commission

Danny Mills and Howard Wilkinson among those selected for Greg Dyke's unlikely new England task force

FA chairman's effort to revitalise national game starts with commission short on stardust

Development quango sent staff to pottery classes

Former staff of a development quango were sent for patchwork, pottery and jewellery-making lessons at taxpayers’ expense, an investigation has found.

Paul Ince

Blackpool manager Paul Ince hit with five-match stadium ban for behaviour in Bournemouth game

The former England midfielder threw a bottle which struck a supporter

Roy Hodgson takes an England training session

World Cup qualifiers: Phil Jagielka insists England are in a positive frame of mind and 'looking at booking that flight to Rio'

The Three Lions need to win the remaining two games to be sure of qualification for the World Cup

Idowu, pictured here during the 2012 London Olympics, has been banned from driving and ordered to do community service

Team GB star Phillips Idowu banned for drink-driving

Former Olympic triple jumper Phillips Idowu has been banned from driving and ordered to do community service after he admitted fleeing a domestic argument in his Land Rover while two and a half times the legal alcohol limit.

Number of A&E units missing Government targets trebles

Between July and September, 39 departments failed to see 95 per cent of patients within four hours

BBC granted rare access to Eton College for children's 'reality' show on students with scholarships

'My Life - Most Famous School in the World' will be screened on the CBBC channel

Joe Hart holds his head in his hands after the 3-1 defeat to Bayern Munich

Exclusive: Peter Shilton says Joe Hart is 'not the invincible keeper we thought he was'

In conjunction with BT Sport's Life's A Pitch, we puts questions from reader of The Independent to former England goalkeeper Peter Shilton

Lee Mossop is set to join Parramatta after the World Cup

Tough task for Wigan to fill Lee Mossop's boots

Prop relishing chance to bow out as a Grand Final winner before his big move Down Under

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The duo were making a rare start together in the victory over Swansea, and how they combined suggested the partnership could be one for defenders to fear above all others. Just six games into the season, Sturridge has five goals while Suarez has two in his one appearance.

Poll: Are Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge the best strike partnership in the Premier League?

Brendan Rodgers hailed the Liverpool duo after they scored three goals between them against Sunderland at the weekend

Michael Clarke has been ruled out of Australia's tour of India

Australia captain Michael Clarke suffers injury setback forcing him out of the tour to India and raising fears over Ashes fitness

Clarke has suffered from chronic back problems in recent years and the injury picked up in the ODI series against England has taken longer to heal than expected

Sibley’s record innings of 242 ended by Sidebottom

Eighteen-year-old Surrey batsman Dominic Sibley was bowled out for 242 against Yorkshire yesterday after entering the record books as the youngest double centurion in English county cricket.

A 5 bedroom detached house for sale in Cardiff Road, Creigiau, Cardiff, for £579,999, on with MGY

North-South property price gap reaches new high

Typical property price in the south of England is now 74% above its northern equivalent, claims report

Northamptonshire win promotion to the First Division

Northamptonshire have won promotion to the First Division of the County Championship, even though they fell short of their bonus points target against Worcestershire.

Northamptonshire win promotion to the First Division

Northamptonshire have won promotion to the First Division of the County Championship, even though they fell short of their bonus points target against Worcestershire.

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