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.
Paul Merson says that Tottenham were the better side despite losing 1-0 to Arsenal.
Despite beating Man Utd, Graeme Souness does not want Liverpool to think they are title contenders.
Jamie Redknapp says Ramires' red card tackle one of the worst he's seen in Chelsea's loss at Villa.
Jeff Stelling says Man City must cross a huge gulf before they can win the Champions League.
Ill start with Skys own best of match wording: Woeful and clueless,, haha, classic. I think the most humiliating thing of all was utds chant of 20 times. Lol, already singing about thier history,funny that isnt it! But, the most funny...
Find it strange that violence/aggressive behaviour/refereeing haven't been mentioned as reasons for people not playing anymore. I gave up 11-a-side in the UK after my teammate was headbutted and the offending player told "don't...
I think a change in the months we play our seasons would be at a huge benefit. We should be playing through-out the summer months (may, June, July, august) to avoid the unplayable pitches throughout the winter months. Kids surely...
I have family in England and have heard that the fields are really poor. I live in Canada and my son plays in the spring to the fall. Obviously this is because of the cold winters we have. But wouldn't it make more sense for football...
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
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...