Everton Under-23s manager David Unsworth has been placed in temporary charge of the first team following Ronald Koeman's sacking.
Wayne Shaw feared his exit from FA Cup heroes Sutton United could lead to depression and revealed that he still has a "knot in his stomach" about the incident.
Former captain Rio Ferdinand accepts a “naive” England did not deserve to stay in the World Cup, but is confident the young squad will grow stronger from the disappointment of Brazil 2014.
A radiator salesman called Phil Neville has offered to do a job swap with his football commentator namesake — after receiving abuse intended for the former defender on Twitter.
Phil Neville has admitted working as a commentator is "harder than I thought" after hundreds of viewers complained about his on-air performance during the World Cup game between England and Italy.
Presenter John Inverdale has "explained" why he got into hot water when he said that Wimbledon champion Marion Bartoli was "never going to be a looker" — he was suffering from hay fever.
Former Arsenal captain Frank McLintock insists the Gunners must buy a striker in the January transfer window if they want to win the Barclays Premier League table.
'Great British Bake Off' star Paul Hollywood has described his affair with a TV colleague as “the biggest mistake of my life” – and said he and his wife are now hoping to give things another go.
Andy Murray is ready to play a full role for Great Britain in the Davis Cup after sealing their spot in the elite World Group with a straight-sets win over Croatia's Ivan Dodig.
Louis Walsh is set to join 'Strictly Come Dancing'.
Irishman Colin Murray is quitting Radio 5 Live for talkSPORT a month after BBC bosses had to apologise when his weekly Fighting Talk show included a section on how openly gay presenter Clare Balding could be ”turned around”.
Liverpool striker Luis Suarez “sometimes has the mentality of a child” when he plays football, according to the man who brought him to Europe.
Martin O’Neill believes he should have been given the chance to replicate his achievement of last season and save Sunderland from relegation.
The brother of a woman killed in the Cardiff hit-and-run rampage today paid tribute to her as a heroine who sacrificed her own life to save her children.
TV actress Julie Fernandez told today how she had been a victim of Jimmy Savile's groping when she appeared on one of his TV shows at the age of 14.
Football Association chairman David Bernstein has revealed that Ashley Cole apologised to him personally last night over his offensive Twitter message.
Nearly 24 hours later, there is still no idea why three members of a British family were gunned down in an act of “savagery” in the French Alps.
Brit Awards host James Corden revealed he held out as long as possible before cutting short big winner Adele’s crowning moment — and said he had actually been told to move in after she said “thank you”.
Brit Awards host James Corden revealed he held out as long as possible before cutting short big winner Adele’s crowning moment – and said he had actually been told to move in after had she said “thank you”.
Outgoing New Zealand coach Graham Henry has admitted a job in Europe would be “stimulating and challenging,” but played down reports linking him with a role at the Rugby Football Union (RFU).
Striker Carlos Tevez resumed life as a Manchester City footballer today after serving a two-week ban.
Former soccer bad boy Robbie Savage, Jason Donovan and 'One Show' host Alex Jones will be slipping into sequins for the new series of 'Strictly Come Dancing'.
ALEX FERGUSON has ended his seven-year feud with the BBC.
Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson has ended his long-standing boycott of the BBC.
Top jockey Kieren Fallon was “disappointed and very sorry” after the Court of Appeal ruled he would not be able to race in today’s Epsom Derby.
TV personality Katie Price has told how she would be prepared to tie the knot another "40 times", despite two failed marriages.
Piers Morgan and Myleene Klass were among the celebrities offering heartfelt condolences to Amanda Holden after she lost the baby boy she was expecting.
The British Boxing Board of Control are willing to accept David Haye’s “categorical” denial he bet on himself to stop Audley Harrison in the third round of Saturday’s WBA heavyweight title fight.
BBC journalists could strike over Christmas and the new year in their bitter dispute over pensions, it was revealed today as programmes continued to be disrupted amid a 48-hour walkout.
TV presenter Konnie Huq has become engaged to Screenwipe host and writer Charlie Brooker, it was confirmed today.
The mother of a child with Down’s syndrome has criticised Frankie Boyle for making fun of people with her daughter’s condition.
BOY George is considering a Culture Club reunion to mark the group’s 30th anniversary.
Max Mosley claims a change in the law could have removed the need for John Terry to obtain a super-injunction to prevent the disclosure of damaging allegations about his private life.
Singer Robbie Williams admitted today that his marriage proposal to his actress girlfriend Ayda Field live on Australian radio had been a prank.
West Ham manager Gianfranco Zola and first-team coach Steve Clarke accepted undisclosed libel damages from the BBC today over a claim in an interview that they were planning to move to Chelsea.
Newcastle’s new manager Alan Shearer insists the euphoria on Tyneside surrounding his appointment should not gloss over the club’s perilous future.
Alan Shearer will take his first training session as Newcastle manager this morning knowing he has just eight matches to save their season.
Chat show couple Richard and Judy are considering bringing the curtain down on their TV partnership, it was revealed today.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger refused to reveal the reasons behind his decision to strip William Gallas of the captaincy after his side crashed 3-0 to Manchester City at Eastlands.
Michael Parkinson today slammed presenters Jonathan Ross and Russell Brand for their “silly, obscene, tasteless and unfunny” phone calls.
Joey Barton’s agent claims the press “hounded” his client after reports today that he jumped a red light as he drove to meet his probation officer.
Professional Footballers’ Association chief executive Gordon Taylor has urged the Football Association to be lenient with Newcastle midfielder Joey Barton when he appears before a disciplinary panel later today.
Gus Hiddink has emphatically ruled out any chance of becoming the next Chelsea manager – but believes fellow Dutchman Frank Rijkaard could be a good choice to succeed Avram Grant.
Everton have called for all fans to end the acrimony in Merseyside derbies and help return the friendly atmosphere of previous encounters.
Players’ chief Gordon Taylor believes referees have to become a 'no-go area' in order for the game to clean up its act.
Newcastle great Alan Shearer insists his old club will not be relegated from the Premier League and has backed manager Kevin Keegan to turn things around.
Ricky Gervais has unveiled his next project – a film set before the “sexual revolution”.
UEFA president Michel Platini has been told to “mind his own business” by the Premier League.
THE parents of troubled singer Amy Winehouse and her husband Blake Fielder-Civil were publicly at odds over the pair’s drug problems yesterday.
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