The diver who has spent more time than any other at the wreck of the RMS Titanic, Paul Henri Nargeolet, tellsabout the joys and controversies of his work, as he prepares to host a talk about his work in Cork, where his family lives.
On May 1, 1994 - 25 years ago today - the world was shocked by the death of three-time world champion Ayrton Senna when he crashed while leading the San Marino Grand Prix at the Imola track in Italy.recalls one of Formula 1's darkest days.
Antonio Conte left Wembley with another piece of silverware and the love of the Chelsea faithful ringing in his ears on Saturday, the self-proclaimed “serial winner” who wore the look of a man who knows he is about to move on.
The rise and fall of Arsène Wenger: An insider’s account of how the historic success of Arsenal’s greatest manager ultimately contained the seeds of his own downfall.
As a 1970s Mancunian boy, I lived in fear of Manchester City winning the league title. As a 1980s teenager, that fear faded as City declined. As a 1990s man, I grew to think it would never happen in my lifetime, so comical had MCFC become.
When Arsenal lost 3-0 at home to the best team in England, four days after losing in the Carabao Cup final, there were some onlookers who described it as rock bottom. Now that statement is looking both over-ambitious and lacking in foresight.
Olivier Giroud’s value to Arsenal may not always be apparent when judged by his infrequent starting appearances but Arsene Wenger insists there is no possibility the forward will leave the club next month after the France international restated his worth with a late equaliser that salvaged a point at Southampton.
Manchester United fans are starting to understand properly now what it means to support a Jose Mourinho team so it should come as no real surprise to them that United beat Benfica with a lucky own goal and a penalty, that they look set to qualify comfortably for the last 16 of the Champions League after four wins from four, or that despite those facts it was all rather uninspiring.
Manchester United are on the brink of reaching the Champions League knock-out phase after teenage Benfica goalkeeper Mile Svilar unwittingly put Jose Mourinho's men on course for another narrow win.