Bertrand opts to stay at club he joined as a 15-year-old from Gillingham in hope of being Cole's successor
It was suggested either player could be used as a make-weight in the deal for Wayne Rooney
Belgian midfielder will go on pre-season tour of Asia with aim of impressing new Blues boss
Sir Richard says 'something went wrong' with wager
Pre-tournament favourite Charl Schwartzel already has one eye on a Monday finish after finishing round two of the weather-delayed Maybank Malaysian Open one shot shy of the leader.
Rory McIlory could be knocked from the top of the standings this weekend
The Blues remain in the Europa League and FA Cup
The Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere is still hopeful of returning to action by the end of August, despite the latest gloomy update from Arsene Wenger that the player's comeback is still so far off that he cannot even put a date on when he may play for the club again.
Game's most powerful nation expresses doubts over system, so finding global sponsor unlikely
Extradition goes ahead for newspaper columnist accused of blasphemy against the Prophet
Independent revealed programmes were made by third-party in pay of governments and firms
Fifa President Sepp Blatter snapped at colleagues and looked beset by nerves yesterday as he described the hurt he felt after being criticised for his comments about racism in football.
Fifa president Sepp Blatter snapped at colleagues and looked beset by nerves today as he described the hurt he felt after being criticised for his comments about racism in soccer.
Corporation suspends relations with leading film-maker accused of conflict of interests over 'palm oil' programmes
The Malaysian student mugged by yobs posing as Good Samaritans during the London riots has been discharged from the Royal London hospital, the trust said today.