Two teams dominated 2019 to such an extent that I won’t even begin to attempt to justify finding spots in my Team Of The Year for players outside Manchester City and Liverpool.
Perhaps Jimmy White’s biggest claim to fame is failure.
Liverpool and Manchester City meet at Anfield on Sunday and the received wisdom is that if Jurgen Klopp’s men win, the title race is as good as over.
It's coming up to four years since rugby union lost arguably its greatest ever player when New Zealand’s Jonah Lomu passed away at the age of 40.
There's been an unexpected name in the Premier League’s top six as the season passes its quarter-way mark.
As Liverpool attempt to take a stranglehold on the Premier League title race, Roberto Firmino is once again proving that he is the one who makes their devastating attack tick.
Florence Griffith-Joyner is still the fastest woman of all time, despite the fact that the world records she set for both the 100m and 200m are now 31 years old.
The opening sentence of George Best’s second autobiography, written in 1990 and aptly titled The Good, The Bad & The Bubbly, summed up everything you need to know about his life away from football.
The legendary Bruce Springsteen turns 70 on Monday and it might turn out to be a double celebration in the household of America’s favourite rocker.
Thirty years ago this weekend I went to a football match.
For the British sports fan sitting in their living rooms devouring the beginnings of blanket television commentary in the 1950s, 60s and 70s, the names roll off the tongue.