Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes is intent on making amends for the pain of their last cup final defeat by Celtic when they attempt to win the Scottish Cup against the Hoops on May 27. Read More
Aberdeen midfielder Jonny Hayes would happily get injured in the first minute of next month's Scottish Cup final if it means the Dons go on to win the match. Read More
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Real Madrid winger Gareth Bale looks set to miss the Champions League semi-final against city rivals Atletico after tests revealed he has a tear to his left calf.
Former Rangers winger Willie Henderson claims £50million is required for new players if the Ibrox club is to compete with Celtic.
Former UK Athletics performance director Dave Collins is frustrated Great Britain's track and field athletes were denied the recognition they deserved at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing.
Ireland international prop Mike Ross has announced he will retire from rugby at the end of this season.
Aleksandar Mitrovic has saluted the "special" team who have dragged Newcastle back into the Premier League at the first attempt.
Arsene Wenger has once again shrugged off questions about his future at Arsenal.
England have recalled fit-again "X-Factor" seamer Mark Wood for the Champions Trophy, while Steven Finn has missed out on one of five pace bowling slots.
England prop Ellis Genge has agreed a new contract with Aviva Premiership club Leicester.
Olympic gold medallist Dani King is contemplating competing for Wales at next year's Commonwealth Games.
Chelsea playmaker Eden Hazard says he is only focused on finishing the season on a high and is not thinking about his long-term future.
Caley Thistle defender Carl Tremarco is relieved his cruciate ligament injury is not worse despite facing up to six months on the sidelines.
Aberdeen midfielder Jonny Hayes would happily get injured in the first minute of next month's Scottish Cup final if it means the Dons go on to win the match.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes is intent on making amends for the pain of their last cup final defeat by Celtic when they attempt to win the Scottish Cup against the Hoops on May 27.
Laura and Jason Kenny are among a host of Olympians being honoured at Buckingham Palace today.
Rafael Benitez tantalisingly declined to confirm whether or not he will lead Newcastle into Premier League battle next season as he celebrated promotion back to the top flight.
Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte has made a veiled criticism of Manchester United and Manchester City, saying spending money does not guarantee success.
Anthony Joshua has told Wladimir Klitschko his mind games are transparent, although the Briton is wary of facing a wounded animal at Wembley.
Petr Cech believes Arsenal have disproved accusations they lack leaders by beating Manchester City and reaching the FA Cup final.
Confident Leicester boss Craig Shakespeare believes the Foxes can hold onto their stars without European football.
Great Britain registered a second successive win in their World Championship Division One Group B campaign by beating Estonia 5-1 at Belfast's SSE Arena.
Rafael Benitez took a gamble when he chose not to make a swift exit from Newcastle in the wake of relegation.
Ayoze Perez struck twice as Rafael Benitez succeeded in his mission to guide Newcastle back to the Premier League at the first attempt with a resounding victory over 10-man Preston.
British Paralympian and London marathon wheelchair race winner David Weir has revealed how his long battle with depression almost kept him from the starting line.
Maria Sharapova's first opponent following her 15-month doping ban has queried why the Russian has been granted wild cards to compete in WTA events.
The English Football League is "exceptionally concerned" about the ongoing problems at Leyton Orient.
Lancashire skittled Division One rivals Somerset for 130 on the fourth evening at Old Trafford to claim their first win of the Specsavers County Championship season.
The widow of Ugo Ehiogu has set up a fundraising page in his memory following his death on Friday.
Nick Faldo believes players need to brush up on the rules of golf to help avoid the kind of high-profile controversies which have marred recent major championships.
Myles Beerman may not realise it yet, but he will one day be grateful for the Hampden torment he suffered at the feet of Patrick Roberts, according to Rangers youth boss Graeme Murty.
Celtic academy boss Tommy McIntyre reckons Callum McGregor has become a shining example to his fresh-faced Hoops hopefuls.
England will welcome fit-again Durham seamer Mark Wood back to the fold when they name their Champions Trophy squad on Tuesday.
Britain's Kelly Sotherton is set to be upgraded to her third Olympic bronze medal.