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.
Despite beating Manchester United, Graeme Souness does not want Liverpool to think of themselves as title contenders.
Jamie Redknapp says Ramires' red card tackle one of the worst he's seen in Chelsea's loss at Villa.
Merse tips Arsenal and Liverpool to win away on Sunday and backs Man City and Chelsea on Saturday.
Wayne Rooney has all the credentials to become Man United's next captain, says Jamie Carragher.
The only reason y you're in contention for a champions league place is not because you've improved this season it's simply because we've gone Awful. Anyone who thinks L'pool would be 4th if Fergie was still at...
The whole argument is a farce, many countries play on grassless pitches and produce skillful players look at Uruguay with around 5 million citizens producing world stars en masse with few facilities. I played many years in Germany,...
also fully agree that the season should be moved. I played a match in the most ridiculous conditions the other day. It rained that hard that I couldn't see and the pitch was literally mud. No technical football was played just...
I realise that for most of you, I'll sound like a sour Chelsea fan, but the game would've had a completely different outcome had willian stayed on the pitch (the correct decision IMO). But well done to villa nevertheless
Mourihno blundered yesterday.Why did he not substitute Willian? I can't match his credentials but that was a simple decision that anyone would have made. He messed the game yesterday. so he shouldn't blame anyone.
to be frankly honest, Sherwood has done an incredible job for someone who has no experience, he should remain chairman of the club after they hire a new manager because Sherwood puts a lot of work into the team which is what has put...
how could anyone have though that a guy WITHOUT and managerial experience at any level could come walk straight into premier league and European competition management levels? im no spurs fan but even I have to feel sorry for the...