Real Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo won the Ballon d’Or for a fourth time on Monday night, beating Barcelona’s Lionel Messi and Atletico Madrid’s Antoine Griezmann to world football’s top individual prize for 2016. Continue reading
WWE hall-of-famer and Houston native Booker T announced that he will be running for mayor in his hometown on his radio show ‘Heated Conversations’. Continue reading
A Premier League footballer was robbed at knifepoint when thieves rammed his car just four days after suspected gunmen allegedly threatened Andy Carroll. Continue reading
Isis have reportedly banned football referees in Syria because they uphold the rules of football governing body FIFA and not Sharia law. Continue reading
World Wrestling Entertainment’s Brock Lesnar has returned a second positive drug test, the UFC has announced. Continue reading
Portugal have won Euro 2016 after an extra-time victory over hosts France in Saint-Denis.
A stunning 25-yard-strike from Eder gave the Portuguese victory in a tightly contested match, giving the country their first ever international title. Continue reading
Scottish football team Ayr United have made international headlines with an eye-catching shirt promotion.
The club, nicknamed ‘The Honest Men’, had a busty model promote their kit on her bare torso covered only in body paint. Continue reading
Former England footballer Adam Johnson has reportedly started a prison football team which includes fellow sex offenders in his cell block.
The team at the Moorland Prison will allegedly be trained by Johnson, who wants the team to wear Sunderland shirts during matches, according to British newspaper The Star. Continue reading
Manchester United have sacked manager Louis Van Gaal, executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward has confirmed.
The decision was announced on Monday evening following widespread reports, with former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho poised to take over the reins at Old Trafford. Continue reading
Ugly scenes marred West Ham United’s final game at their Upton Park stadium as Manchester United’s bus was attacked on the way into the ground, delaying kick-off by over 45 minutes.
The match had been scheduled to start at 19:45 BST but was pushed back to 20:30. Continue reading