Ole Gunnar Solskjaer does not believe Manchester United’s spot-kick situation needs addressing despite Paul Pogba’s penalty miss costing his side victory at Wolves.
Gary Neville described the apparent confusion over the missed penalty that cost Manchester United three points against Wolves as “embarrassing”.
Crystal Palace boss Roy Hodgson admits he cannot rule out Wilfried Zaha leaving during the European transfer window – but hopes the forward will fully commit himself to the season ahead at Selhurst Park.
Wigan Athletic have unveiled their new mascot Crusty the Pie.
Stuart Broad revealed a “distraught” James Anderson apologised to his England team-mates after pulling up injured on the first morning of the Ashes.
Jos Buttler admitted England were left deflated by Steve Smith and Peter Siddle’s ninth-wicket partnership on the first day of the Ashes at Edgbaston.
Jose Mourinho is keen to return to management but has stressed he is waiting for the right opportunity.
Gareth Bale has not travelled with Real Madrid to a pre-season tournament in Germany after his proposed move to Chinese club Jiangsu Suning fell through.
Rory McIlroy birdied four of his final five holes to card a fine eight-under par 62 and open up a one-shot lead at the WGC-FedEx St Jude Invitational.
Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers insists the club do not need to sell England defender Harry Maguire.
Gareth Bale remains “one of the best players on the planet” and will not be leaving Real Madrid on a “makeshift” deal, according to his agent.
Newcastle skipper Jamaal Lascelles has called for a united front after Steve Bruce was announced as the club’s new head coach.
Chelsea manager Frank Lampard insists he does not need to strengthen his squad before the new Premier League season.
Former Ryder Cup captain Paul McGinley is baffled by Tiger Woods opting not to play competitively between the US Open and the Open Championship.
A Labour government would consider adding at least one England match a year to the ‘crown jewels’ list of live sport that must be made available on free-to-air television.
A combined peak audience of 8.3 million saw England’s dramatic World Cup final win play out on television.
England captain Eoin Morgan is hungry to cap four years of toil and determination by delivering the World Cup win the country craves.
England captain Eoin Morgan believes Sunday’s World Cup final against New Zealand is “the culmination of four years of hard work and dedication”.
England head coach Trevor Bayliss knows his side must not listen to the noise of an expectant nation as they prepare for a first World Cup final in 27 years.
England’s World Cup final showdown with New Zealand will be screened free to air on Channel 4 and More 4, TV bosses have announced.