Manchester City's elite development squad coach says methods are lagging behind in England
Singer said in the same 'great' week he was booed at the TED conference in Arusha, Tanzania
Bono has made a fresh defence of U2’s tax arrangements, claiming the Irish government would ultimately appreciate the band’s decision to offshore a share of its income through the Netherlands.
Attacker now faces ten years' incarceration to contemplate the ethics of his actions
The former Middlesbrough manager has a long-standing interest in youth football
The Young Lions lost to Italy and then Norway
This novel about an alienated genius brings a Martian perspective to life on a strange planet
The horse is part owned by Sir Alex Ferguson
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As cynical voters scorn politics, this epic survey reminds us why its ideals still matter so much
The pair are all of a Twitter over philosophy
A number of players have moved on to 'bigger' clubs
Warrington coach hopes Wolves prove Old Trafford can be a country for old men
Sale, brimming with ambition ahead of the new Premiership season after making significant strides on and off the field, are hoping to tempt the former England coach Brian Ashton back into big-time rugby.
National Trust appoints writer to explain their enduring pull on British identity
Chris Marker, who died on his 91st birthday in Paris was a man of many parts: film-maker, travel writer, piano player, novelist, actor, typographer and perhaps the first great artist of the digital age. Marker delighted in secrecy; he never abandoned the habits formed as a member of the clandestine French Resistance, and was assiduous in spreading false rumours about himself. He was born in 1921, Christian François Bouche Villeneuve, although there is some dispute as to where. Neuilly sur Seine – where he grew up – would seem obvious but Ulan Bator Outer Mongolia was Marker's own preferred birthplace.