December 19 2013 Latest news:
The Football Association have announced that Jack Wilshere’s two-match ban for an offensive gesture will stand after chairman Greg Dyke told the well-paid Arsenal midfielder he must “learn to cope” with abuse from rival supporters.
West Ham will not be able to block Leyton Orient agreeing a separate deal to rent the Olympic Stadium, the League One club’s chairman has disclosed.
Tottenham midfielder Mousa Dembele has admitted that the Spurs players are feeling guilty over their recent form.
West Ham forward Matt Jarvis believes Andre Villas-Boas’ departure from Tottenham made the Hammers’ job harder but he was delighted to help his side to victory in the Capital One Cup.
Graeme Swann has apologised for “crass and thoughtless” comments made via social media in which he compared England’s Ashes defeat to rape.
London Irish will look to bolster their coaching team for next season, according to rugby director Brian Smith.
Arsenal midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has targeted a return early in the New Year having suffered a knee injury in the first game of the Premier League season against Aston Villa.
Tony Pulis has declared a tentative interest in bringing Wilfried Zaha back to Crystal Palace on loan in January .
West Ham manager Sam Allardyce has admitted he is not relishing the prospect of travelling to Manchester City in their Capital One Cup semi-final first-leg clash.
Jose Mourinho is feeling the pressure and growing tired of repeating himself after watching his Chelsea side make the same mistakes time and again.
Leyton Orient blog: With one more game to go before the season reaches the busy festive period, the knowledge that regardless of Saturday’s result the O’s will be in the top two come Christmas is something quite remarkable.
Tottenham striker Emmanuel Adebayor insists he will carry confidence and belief into Sunday’s Premier League contest at Southampton after making a belated first start of the season.
Frank De Boer is focused on Ajax amid suggestions the former Holland captain is a target for Tottenham.
Alex Goode is happy to concede that Mike Brown deserves his chance as England’s full-back, but the Saracens man has warned his rival that he is coming for his No.15 shirt in the Six Nations.
Former O’s favourite Gary Alexander returns to Brisbane Road on Saturday – and he’s not surprised to see his former club flying high at the top of League One.
West Ham manager Sam Allardyce hailed Modibo Maiga after he scored the winner against Tottenham in the Capital One Cup quarter final.
Brentford manager Mark Warburton believes that he will be able to take some skills from the City into taking charge of a football team.
Despite the positive vibes surrounding the club of late, there is no doubt that Tony Pulis will look to strengthen the squad in January.
Football Association chairman Greg Dyke has defended the cut-throat gesture he made at the World Cup draw earlier this month, insisting it was merely “a piece of humour”.
Swansea assistant manager Morten Wieghorst has played down suggestions the Michael Laudrup could succeed Andre Villas-Boas at Tottenham.
If there’s one thing London24 Sport thought we’d never see it was Crystal Palace striker Marouane Chamakh ever prove he can cut it in the Premier League.
On loan midfielder Lawson D’Ath feels the club will begin to see the best of him if his loan spell is extended at Victoria Road.
Adrian Lewis sent a warning to his rivals at the PDC World Darts Championship with a near flawless 3-0 win over Dennis Smith.
Former manager Andre Villas-Boas agreed to all of Tottenham’s summer signings, Spurs coach Les Ferdinand has admitted.