File photograph of Leyton Orient manager Justin Edinburgh. File photograph: Nigel French/PA Wire

Leyton Orient manager Justin Edinburgh has died at the age of 49 after suffering a cardiac arrest. The club announced Edinburgh’s death in a statemen(...)

 Police officers arrest a  fan at Aliados Square in Porto on Thursday night. Rui Farinha/EPA

Back in the mid-1980s, when English football was a wild, rust-caked, occasionally frightening place, a group of Leeds United supporters noticed that t(...)

According to Danske bank’s updated factbook, it lost about 8,000 customers in Denmark last quarter, as Danes learned the full scope of the laundering scandal

Danske Bank’s interim chief executive said that it was too early to assess what damage Denmark’s largest lender had sustained from a €200 billion mone(...)

Leicester’s Jamie Vardy has failed to replicate last season’s form  . Photograph: Stu Forster/Getty Images

Nineteen years ago, Howard Wilkinson came to Dublin to talk to some students about football. He was then the last English manager to have won the Engl(...)

Gareth Southgate’s formal interview for the England job began on Monday. Photograph: Epa/Andy Rain

Gareth Southgate’s formal interview for the England manager’s job began on Monday morning at St George’s Park. Southgate has been in charge of the na(...)

Gareth Southgate is to be named England’s next permanent manager. Photograph: Epa/Andy Rain

Gareth Southgate will be confirmed as England’s next permanent manager before the end of the month on a four-year contract, with formal discussions ov(...)

Wayne Rooney  during an England  training session at St George’s Park in Burton-on-Trent on Thursday. Photograph:  Paul Ellis/AFP/Getty Images

Daniel Sturridge is set to start England’s World Cup qualifier against Scotland on Friday night, with Wayne Rooney recalled in a No 10 role for a game(...)

Paul O’Connell and the Ireland Rugby World Cup squad at St George’s Park in Burton-upon-Trent. Photograph: Dan Sheridan/Inpho

If it’s good enough for Wayne Rooney, John Terry and the rest of the English soccer squad’s multimillionaires, then it must be good enough for Paul O(...)

“I can’t remember ever any manager telling me ‘This is the way to play for a draw’,” said Scotland boss Gordon Strachan.

No world class players. Just good, good players. Gordon Strachan, a familiar face and voice in his role as television analyst, enters the Lansdowne Ro(...)