June 20 2013 Latest news:
Andy Carroll sees no reason why he cannot help fire West Ham to some long-overdue silverware after the England striker signed in a club record deal for what could be eight seasons.
Kevin Pietersen is set to make a surprise return to England duty in the second of next week’s two Twenty20 matches against New Zealand at the Oval.
Organisers of a protest rally against the escalating cost of ticket prices have accused Premier League clubs of “pure greed”.
Alastair Cook hopes England will consign their ODI trophy hoodoo to history on Sunday after they swaggered in to the Champions Trophy final last night with a convincing seven-wicket win over South Africa.
British and Irish Lions coach Warren Gatland revealed that Alex Corbisiero’s superior scrummaging resulted in his selection ahead of Saracens prop Mako Vunipola for Saturday’s opening Test against Australia.
IBF Intercontinental Super-Bantamweight Champion Carl Frampton will defend his title against Argentina’s Fabian Orozco at Wembley Arena on Saturday July 20.
Leyton Orient will face the iconic New York Cosmos at Brisbane Road, while Hearn takes to Twitter to try and secure signing of former loanee Shaun Batt.
Fulham new boy Fernando Amorebieta is looking forward to meeting his new team-mates for the first time since joining the club from Spanish side Athletic Bilbao.
Crystal Palace defender Peter Ramage is relishing the prospect of facing boyhood club Newcastle next season.
Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku has insisted that he is determined to be ‘deadly’ next season.
Stephen Roche believes Team Sky must endeavour to keep Chris Froome and Sir Bradley Wiggins happy in the same squad.
When a season ends I’m normally excited for the next one to come around. The days, the weeks, all drag until opening day. However, after the FA Cup semi-final I wanted the season to just end, the poor performances and defeats were all hard to take. The break from football was welcomed.
Newly-crowned US Open champion Justin Rose believes his Ryder Cup experience toughened him up enough to be able to make his major breakthrough.
Andy Murray faces more pressure than ever before as he goes into this year’s Wimbledon Championships to fight for the coveted title that still eludes him, a sports psychologist has said.
Transfer News: Chelsea midfielder John Obi Mikel has revealed that he is set to sign for Turkish outfit Galatasaray and Blues legend Didier Drogba said he had ‘to make the move’.
Transfer News: Arsenal striker Gervinho has admitted that he is open to a move to Ligue 1 side, Marseille.
Transfer News: Ajax have pulled out of the race to sign Adam Maher, amid interest from Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City and Tottenham.
Eighteen years ago today Arsenal splashed out, what was at the time, a British record transfer fee of £7.5million for Dennis Bergkamp.
At least five people have been injured in a stampede after fans stormed a stadium gate as David Beckham arrived at a Chinese university.
Transfer news: Edinson Cavani says there are no concrete plans over a summer move away from Naples despite Italian media claiming that Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis is in London to finalise a €58m (£49m) sale to Chelsea.
Hull have vowed to spoil Jose Mourinho’s return party in his first match back as Chelsea manager.
Andy Murray will be hoping the infamous British summer does not hamper his final preparations for Wimbledon when he takes on Japan’s Kei Nishikori in the BNP Paribas Tennis Classic at The Hurlingham Club in Fulham later this afternoon.
British number one Laura Robson will try not to swear on court again after being caught out by television microphones as she bowed out at Eastbourne.
Dan Mobbs discusses the imminent arrival of France youth international Yaya Sanogo, who has already proclaimed himself to be an Arsenal player.
Haringey Police Boxing Club will host the sixth annual Haringey Box Cup at Alexandra Palace this weekend, with 400 fighters taking to the ring over three days.