Christophe Berra believes Scotland would regard any return from their Euro 2016 clash in Germany as a 'bonus point'.
Gibraltar have unveiled plans for their new national stadium, which they hope could open in 2016.
Kelly Sotherton selects her stand-out Olympians from the London 2012 Games.
Sky Sports News' David Garrido reports from Nice where the draw for Euro 2016 included Gibraltar.
Sky Sports News' chief football reporter Nick Collins says the Euro 2016 draw was perfect for England.
We look back on the most memorable moments of Euro 2012 after Spain defended their crown.
Our football desk look back at Euro 2012 and reflect on what transpired in Poland and Ukraine.
Tottenham won't make the top four unless they beat Arsenal on Sunday, says Jamie Redknapp.
Merse tips Arsenal and Liverpool to win away on Sunday and backs Man City and Chelsea on Saturday.
Jeff Stelling says Man City must cross a huge gulf before they can win the Champions League.
Gary Neville says there is more pressure on Man Utd against Liverpool and Man City than Olympiakos.
Question Spurs have to ask themselves--can they afford to be beaten--at home--yet again by Arsenal on Sunday and another top 4 EPL team? They should have got something out of Benfica playing at home. No pressure. This is an incompetent...
I think AVB would of been doing better by now funny all you Spurs fans actually thought you was gonna win the league this season you have always been a mid table side when was the last time you won a trophy again
Thank You RVP,to you haters go and hang.I was wondering how people could feel for u,!!!the last i also checked,your head was still attached to your body,don't mind about the sadists,just make their lives miserable by continuing...
To be honest, draw would have propably been a fair result. The few decisions ref made were quite right. 1. The Messi penalty claim: Messi and Lescott both tried to play the ball and collided....Messi as a lighter player is just pushed...
I'm surprised no-one has questioned Guardiola's tactics considering both Barcelona and now Bayern Munich are renowned for their diving. Having said that, it comes down to the referee to 'fairly adjudicate' what he...
This is what football has come down to. I play for a football team and there's a ton of contact but as we are 16/17, we get up and forget about it, we don't argue and dive. This is what is wrong with pro football, football...
When Robben goes down its a dive!! When Rooney goes down he lost his footing! When Suarez tumbles over he's a cheat! When Owen dived in TWO world cups to win penalties he's a legend!!! The typical two faced double standards...