Former PSG star David Ginola tells Jack Pitt-Brooke that his old club should have been wiser in their preparation for when manager Carlo Ancelotti departed for Real Madrid
The former Arsenal player lashed out during Euro 2012
The captain had looked close to moving on from St James' Park
Pardew expresses anger of PSG's public courting of Yohan Cabaye
Sir Alex Ferguson has prevented any other club getting close to a dynasty
Patrice Evra is the one with the backbone in the Manchester United team, always ready to answer the spiky questions on difficult nights
Samir Nasri and Jeremy Menez have been handed suspensions from the France national team after a disciplinary hearing into their conduct during Euro 2012.
France will have recognised Didier Deschamps as the only candidate with the clout to bang galactico heads together
France assistant coach Alain Boghossian insists the squad are united for tomorrow's Euro 2012 quarter-final against Spain after holding a late-night team meeting following their shock 2-0 defeat by Sweden.
France assistant coach Alain Boghossian has described the heated dressing-room reaction to Tuesday's defeat by Sweden as "normal" and revealed he expects a positive response in their Euro 2012 quarter-final with Spain.
Louis Saha is hoping Laurent Blanc stays as France coach beyond Euro 2012 despite being strongly linked with the vacant position at Tottenham.
Arsenal are close to completing a move for France forward Olivier Giroud, according to Montpellier's deputy president.
Arsenal are closing in on France striker Olivier Giroud, according to his club Montpellier.
French federation president Noel Le Graet has played down an incident involving midfielder Samir Nasri after France drew 1-1 with England in their Euro 2012 Group D opening game.
Manchester United defender Patrice Evra believes England followed Chelsea's example in order to collect a Euro 2012 point against France last night.
It was a performance for a time of austerity, devoid of the kind of ambition that will always be hoped for from those of a nation whose psyche, where the national team is concerned, will always be skewed by the act of having given football to the rest of the world. By the end, the English whistles that issued around the stadium, urging the referee to blow his own, acknowledged the truth that this was a game of artists versus artisans. And yet for all that, this is a result to be deeply grateful for.