The former Stoke City manager takes charge of his first Eagles game this weekend
The extreme libertarian is coming to London challenge the global financial system
Klopp has been the centre of attention in recent weeks but Braunschweig's rather unnoticed coach is going about things just like his old Mainz 05 team-mate
The dandy is back! Today, a certain variety of male is discovering contemporary dandyism and giving it their own signature look. In this book, photographer Rose Callahan teams up with writer Nathaniel Adams to document the well-kept lives of 57 dandies.
Attacker now faces ten years' incarceration to contemplate the ethics of his actions
Former England manager also believes quality coaching at a young age is crucial in the development of homegrown talent
People have more control over their feelings than is often realised, he believed
Everton defender Leighton Baines is looking forward to working with new manager Roberto Martinez and believes the quality of the Toffees' squad will give the Spaniard every chance of success.
The horse is part owned by Sir Alex Ferguson
The heretic thinker rips into liberal and humanist delusions - but his pessimism needs a new focus
Top trainer suffering a Group One drought hopes Oaks fancy can shine in York rehearsal
Daniel Kitson’s new show is a reflection on reality, memory and our sense of self. Hardly wall-to-wall giggles, you might think, but this publicity-shy, TV-shunning, Perrier Award-winning comic’s talent lies in burrowing into the human psyche and dispensing profound nuggets through tales in which, more often than not, he is the hapless protagonist. After The Beginning, Before The End is like a TED talk with added LOLs.
A number of players have moved on to 'bigger' clubs
Manchester City full-back Maicon is certain the club is destined for Champions League success.
Newcastle manager Alan Pardew has expressed his astonishment at Chelsea counterpart Roberto di Matteo's departure just six months after winning the Champions League.
For over a decade, David Brooks of the New York Times has been probably the most influential columnist in America. Influence is impossible to measure, of course, but one reason he has thrived is that politicians of all sides take his calls, thinking he will judge them according to their merit, and not because of ideological predisposition. That is a central tenet of what it is to be a moderate, and he devotes his column today to a lengthy exploration of that word.