December 6 2013 Latest news:
Michael Clarke’s seventh Ashes hundred, in a double-century stand with Brad Haddin, piled the pressure on England to save the second Test at Adelaide.
Brentford have jumped over a major hurdle of moving into a new ground after Hounslow Council voted to approve planning permission for the Lionel Road development.
Ben Stokes is adamant England can get back into the second Ashes Test after Australia completely dominated day two at Adelaide.
Gary Cahill is backing Chelsea’s old heads to guide their younger team-mates through the fight for Premier League glory.
Arsenal midfielder Mikel Arteta is in no doubt Everton deserve their place at the top end of the Premier League, but will be out to derail his old side’s good form this weekend.
Remember the date – December 5 2013 – as the day that Brentford took the biggest step towards moving into Lionel Road as Hounslow Council approved their application.
Arsenal midfielder Mikel Arteta paid tribute to striker Nicklas Bendtner after his goal against Hull sent the Gunners on their way to a 2-0 win and maintain their lead at the top.
Crystal Palace sporting director Iain Moody claims he has still had no explanation as to why he was sacked as head of recruitment at Cardiff.
Both the England and Australian teams stood for a minute’s silence in honour of Nelson Mandela who passed away.
Jan Vertonghen “rolled” his ankle in Wednesday’s 2-1 Barclays Premier League victory at Fulham and manager Andre Villas-Boas has admitted the defender is a doubt for Saturday’s match at Sunderland.
Crystal Palace will have no new injuries to contend with when fellow promoted side Cardiff visit Selhurst Park this weekend.
EXCLUSIVE: George Kruis admits Saracens will have to beat Toulouse in France to qualify for the Heineken Cup knock-out stages – but he says they must first focus on the upcoming double-header against Zebre.
The mayor of Manaus has told England they are not welcome there during the World Cup because of Roy Hodgson’s comments regarding the jungle city’s climate.
Roy Hodgson wants Lord Coe to deliver a rousing speech to the England squad before they fly to the World Cup.
Roy Hodgson would be willing to stake money on England winning the World Cup.
Roy Hodgson has assured his players they will be allowed to enjoy the sights of Rio despite concerns over safety in the city.
Brentford chief executive Mark Devlin admitted that he had his doubts that manager Uwe Rosler will be telling him that he doesn’t want to go to Wigan.
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Brentford boss Uwe Rosler has won League One’s Sky Bet Manager of the Month award for November, but it could be the last act of his time at the club after they gave Wigan permission to speak to him.
Dagenham & Redbridge’s Zavon Hines is delighted his hard work is being noticed after picking up the League Two player of the month award for November.
England manager Roy Hodgson was relaxed about the prospect of his side being bumped up to Pot Two in Friday’s World Cup draw, which could put them in a nightmare group.
Brentford have given permission to Wigan to speak to manager Uwe Rosler, after agreeing a compensation package with the Lancashire club.
Lewis Holtby says that a close-knit Tottenham squad are ignoring negativity from outside and are committed to improving and gelling under Andre Villas-Boas.
England spinner Graeme Swann acknowledged England were disappointed to have dropped three catches but refused to apportion blame after the tourists had to settle for limiting Australia to 273 for five on day one of the second Ashes Test.