As I stood in the sun in the Hammersmith End at a full Craven Cottage, it perplexed me more than ever as to why countless teams had gone out pitting reserves in the early rounds of the FA Cup.
There are so many things to question within this bizarre news story. Should Shaw be punished? Was it just a harmless joke? Was the snack itself a pie or a pasty?
James Beringer previews the second round of Six Nations fixtures, with England going to Wales the weekend's standout fixture.
Sixteen years after his professional cricketing career was cruelly curtailed in public humiliation at Lord's, Scott Boswell speaks to Nick Friend about the yips, the long-term effects that they had on him, and how he has used the traumatic memory of...
Mid-week ties prove crucial at the top and bottom, with vital points being won by Chelsea at the top and Swansea and Crystal Palace at the bottom.
Even for Roger Federer, these were two remarkable weeks. Thirty-five years of age, in his first tournament for six months and seeded seventeenth with a merciless draw, nobody gave him a title shot.
It is difficult to gauge where Wales sit in the rugby hierarchy these days. They currently sit 5th in the World rankings, but seem to be there because of South Africa’s dramatic decline rather than through their own performances, which frankly...