Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has been fined a total of 58,000 pounds (64,000 dollars) and will serve a one-match touchline ban for two separate incidents, the Football Association said on Wednesday.
France midfielder Paul Pogba said he felt it was his destiny to return to Manchester United after he completed his move from Juventus on Tuesday for a world-record 105 million euros (116 million dollars).
Police in central Pakistan are investigating whether a British woman who recently died under mysterious circumstances at her parents’ home was killed by relatives for marrying the man of her choice, officials said on Thursday.
Post-Brexit crises engulfing Britain's two main political parties deepened on Sunday as Scotland's leader threatened to obstruct the ruling Conservatives' implementation of Brexit legislation, and opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn faced growing calls to step down.
The UEFA disciplinary committee is to investigate the violence between fans which marred the conclusion of the England-Russia Euro 2016 match in Marseille, the European governing body confirmed Sunday.
Vasili Berezutski's stoppage-time goal earned Russia a dramatic 1-1 draw with England in their Euro 2016 opener on Saturday.Berezutski looped a header over England keeper Joe Hart in the second of three added minutes at Stade Velodrome.It canceled out Eric Dier's free-kick that gave England the lead in the 73rd minute.
A ruling that the 96 people who died in the 1989 crush at Britain's Hillsborough football stadium were "unlawfully killed" was met with praise, celebration and apologies Tuesday, following a long campaign by relatives of the victims.
London (dpa) - Prime Minister David Cameron praises campaigners after the "landmark" verdict of unlawful killing, which "provides long overdue justice" for 96 football fans who died in the 1989 Hillsborough stadium disaster.
A jury ruled on Tuesday that 96 people were "unlawfully killed" in the 1989 crush at Hillsborough football stadium in the northern British city of Sheffield, saying "errors and omissions" by the police had contributed to the disaster.
England opened their Six Nations campaign with a 15-9 victory over Scotland Saturday while France suffered a scare against Italy before prevailing 23-21 thanks to a late long-range penalty from Jules Plisson.