Criminals treat abduction and extortion as a business transaction and wealthy individuals increasingly insure against it
Three British businessmen have opened an academy in Durban to find talented young players for the English Premier League
Premier League clubs have flexed their financial muscle once more in the race for the world’s best talent ahead of Friday’s kick-off to the 2022/23 season
Reds supporters were tear-gassed and pepper-sprayed by police as they gathered in large and slow-moving queues prior to the showpiece match at the Stade de France.
It was a day on which one could see the best and worst of France. And the best and worst of modern sport.
The Reds are the favourites this time around, but they must not let emotions of the past cloud their heads when they face Real Madrid on Saturday
Sunday saw the top and bottom of the table decided in thrilling fashion.
Pep Guardiola won’t be satisfied until their domestic bliss becomes the catalyst to conquer Europe
The line between excruciating disappointment and exquisite pleasure can be very thin on the football pitch
Jurgen Klopp’s men won 5-0 at Old Trafford in October and expectations of a similar rout were well-founded.
There was a lot to juggle this weekend, and it wasn’t easy to sidestep political profligacy in favour of McIlroy’s brilliance
Klopp believes his faith in cutting edge technology is playing a role in his team’s success.
Goals from Roberto Firmino and Mohamed Salah in the last quarter of an hour gave Liverpool a commanding lead ahead of the last-16 second leg at Anfield in three weeks’ time
Manchester United blew another lead in a damaging draw while Newcastle’s fight for survival was boosted by a valuable victory over Aston Villa.
The Egypt international has fewer than 18 months remaining on his current deal and has reiterated whether he stays or goes remains in the hands of Liverpool.
Fans are desperate to return but authorities in the sector have shown little appetite to tackle difficult questions
The 12 founding clubs of the breakaway competition have faced backlash from the football community
The tides of time are moving at such an exponential rate that they’ve swept up two of football’s maestros
El Cholo remains true to himself — consistent, totally committed and prepared to graft — and these values are retained by the team
After a painfully limp decade, the Toffees are once more looking like worthy foes for The Reds
Thanks to several unique circumstances, this season will likely confound everyone, from pundits to economists
We should let go of the hope that our favourite clubs are going to act altruistically in English football’s looming financial crisis
English football is set for (another) defiant return, bringing with it several bizarre subplots
Two of football’s youngest coaches are competing for one of its highest honours. This tells us something about how the Premier League appoints manager
The wait was long and painful, from the endless jokes to that Steven Gerrard slip. But after 30 years Liverpool are finally Premier League champions of England
The Premier League returned after three months. Here are the things we learnt over the weekend
Sporting events, from football and tennis to rugby and cycling, on this year’s calendar are in doubt
Between load-shedding and the Covid-19 pandemic, things are bleak. At least I’ve stocked up on cannabis
Derby delight for the Red Devils kept them on Chelsea’s coattails in the battle for a top-four finish, but it was also a good Sunday for the Blues as they thrashed Everton 4-0.
The Germans might not be making many friends back home but who needs them when you’re making history?
Liverpool lost their invincibility as they were beaten by Watford who climbed out of the relegation zone. The top four race continued with its inconsistency
Everton are finally a team with direction again thanks to the Italian’s astute man-management