After Gareth Southgate handed out six debuts in the two friendlies against Germany and Brazil, Ed Lord says England fans will be feeling optimistic again.
As Palatinate celebrates its 800th edition, we reflect on the achievements of some of the University’s most successful sporting alumni (and one to watch).
Simon Green argues Mauricio Pochettino is leading a football revolution at Spurs.
Ahead of the Autumn Internationals, Will Maddock looks at what could be in store for each of the home nations.
Following their win against United, Louis Gibbon asks whether Antonio Conte's side can catch City at the top of the table.
Sport Editor Tomas Hill Lopez-Menchero reports from the launch of the 'Homophobia, Gender and Sporting Culture' report at the House of Commons.
After anchoring the men's 4x100m relay team to a gold medal and a British record in London, Nethaneel Mitchell-Blake talks to Tomas Hill Lopez-Menchero about moving to Jamaica at the age of 13, visiting 10 Downing Street and why he wants to be known...