Friday saw the draw for the last 16 of the Europa League, with Arsenal, Atletico Madrid and Borussia Dortmund among those involved.
WBC champion Deontay Wilder says he is a "lion of the jungle" ready to pounce on Luis Ortiz at Barclays Center next month.
Vitolo's strange response to a question about Fernando Torres' future sparked controversy, forcing the Atletico Madrid man to apologise.
Gabriel Paletta has found a new home in the Chinese Super League following his release from AC Milan last month.
Pele believes Neymar is already the most "technically" gifted player in the world and says he is ready to lead Brazil at the World Cup.
The Rebels only won one Super Rugby match last year, but they have already matched that tally after beating the Reds at AAMI Park.
Arsenal have still not won the EFL Cup under Arsene Wenger, and Jack Wilshere is determined to right the wrongs of their 2011 final defeat.
Darijo Srna has been given a doping ban but the Ukrainian authorities feel there was "no significant guilt or negligence" in his violation.
Jocelyne Larocque said she "truly sorry" for refusing to wear her silver medal during the ceremony following Canada's loss to the USA.
Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane lambasted Jack Wilshere after Arsenal's defeat to Ostersunds but Arsene Wenger backs his man.
A police officer died of a cardiac arrest after a flare landed near him during clashes between Athletic Bilbao and Spartak Moscow fans.
Eddie Jones has turned England into a major force, but said to himself "Goodness me, what have I got myself into here?" early in his reign.
Arsene Wenger hopes to be able to call upon Aaron Ramsey for the EFL Cup final against Manchester City - a man with superb Wembley pedigree.
Fernando Alonso said he is "incredibly excited – but also apprehensive" after McLaren showed off their new-look car.
Much-maligned goalkeepers Claudio Bravo and David Ospina are accomplished international performers capable of being Wembley heroes.