Sofien Moussa’s punishment for his quickfire red card in Saturday’s 3-0 home drubbing by Ayr United in the Betfred Cup is relegation to the reserves.
India added 70 runs without loss on day three of the third Test with England to leave themselves 362 runs ahead with eight wickets remaining at lunch.
Tottenham will play their opening Champions League group game at Wembley as the waits goes on for the move into their new stadium.
Novak Djokovic’s win over Roger Federer in Cincinnati on Sunday made him the first man to win all nine of the ATP’s Masters 1000 titles.
New Dundee captain Josh Meekings has thanked under-fire boss Neil McCann for trusting him with the armband.
Sir Mo Farah will aim to become the first runner to win five Great North Runs when he races next month.
Paul Pogba believes Manchester United must stay “mad” to beat Tottenham and atone for Sunday’s Premier League loss at Brighton.
Tyson Fury will bid to win back a portion of the world heavyweight crown in his upcoming super-fight against Deontay Wilder.
Burnley are mourning the loss of their “greatest ever player” after announcing the death of Jimmy McIlroy at the age of 86.
Sean Dyche admits his Burnley side are still searching for a killer instinct after a slow start to the season up front.
Bernardo Silva has warned rivals that no players at Manchester City can afford to let their standards slip.
Former Manchester United star Lee Sharpe believes Jose Mourinho is living on borrowed time at Old Trafford and expects him to be gone by Christmas.
What the papers say Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius is in talks to move to Turkish side Besiktas, according to the Daily Mirror. Jurgen Klopp is ready to let the German leave Anfield, the paper says, with Besiktas interested in a loan deal that could lead to a permanent contract. Karius, who was at fault for two goals in Liverpool’s 3-1 defeat to Real Madrid in the Champions League final in May, had been facing an uncertain future after Liverpool signed Alisson this summer.
A plea for a photo to be published came from Grant Millar.
Dundee United are hopeful the early-season injury curse that’s hit their kids has not struck again with midfielder Archie Thomas.
Our July 7 tale of Hibs supremo Harry Swan divided comment.
A few weeks ago, former Dundee FC owner Peter Marr put out a plea for a photo of a Fintry Youth Club team with his great friend Dave Young in it.
An article in BwB on July 29 suggested Celtic did not field a non-Scot in their great nine-in-a-row run from 1966-74.
England’s costly habit of collapsing in Test cricket has put them in evident danger of defeat against India at Trent Bridge.
Real Madrid defender Nacho has insisted Gareth Bale has nothing to prove as he attempts to plug the gap left by Cristiano Ronaldo.