There was mock outrage in London today as female visitors to the capital were apparently instructed to remove their underwear by a railway information sign.
JOE HART has completed his transfer deadline day move to Torino on a season long loan and becomes the first English goalkeeper to play in Serie A.
Rather than a humiliating come down, as portrayed by sections of the Premier League obsessed media; the deal will rejuvenate Hart’s career.
On a foreign field one hundred years ago, Evelyn Lintott heard the whistle blow and gallantly answered his country’s call for the final time.
On the 1st of July 1916, the first day of the Battle of the Somme, England international footballer Lintott led the West Yorkshire Regiment’s 15th Battalion, a so-called Footballers’ Battalion known as the Leeds Pals over the top and into the cauldron of war.
Evelyn Henry Lintott would be one of 19,241 British servicemen to be killed on that day. He was just 33 years of age.
You are the England manager and with 10 minutes remaining of a vital European Championships clash, your team is heading for another unceremonious first round exit.
Who will you choose to rescue the Three Lions?
Rooney, Charlton or Lineker? Continue reading You are the boss: Who do you choose? Rooney, Charlton or Lineker?
Twenty years on from his death, Vic Buckingham’s influence upon the way we see, play and think about football resonates to this day.
Largely overlooked in his homeland, yet widely respected on the continent, Buckingham is credited with shaping the thinking of some of the game’s greatest minds and laying the foundations of the “Total Football” movement.