Scotland hero Dykes thrilled to claim slice of scoring history after winner against Faroe Islands

Scotland hero Lyndon Dykes thrilled to claim a slice of scoring history for his country after late winner against Faroe Islands strengthens their grip on a World Cup play-off place Lyndon Dykes is the first Scotsman to score in four straight matches since 1969 His 86th minute winner has firmed Scotland’s grip on a World Cup … Read more

Faroe Islands 0-1 Scotland: Late Lyndon Dykes winner saves Steve Clarke’s blushes

Faroe Islands 0-1 Scotland: Late Lyndon Dykes winner saves Steve Clarke’s blushes as visitors squeeze past minnows in World Cup qualifier Scotland travelled to the Faroe Islands as huge favourites to win the qualifier Right until the end of the match, it looked as though it would finish goalless QPR striker Lyndon Dykes spared his … Read more

Leyton Orient goalkeeper Lawrence Vigouroux says racism against footballers is getting worse

Five years ago Lawrence Vigouroux opened his Instagram account to discover racist abuse waiting for him but the sender was able to delete the evidence and escape the repercussions. So when it happened again last week, in the latest case of an issue that is blighting the game and society, the Leyton Orient goalkeeper’s response … Read more

Crystal Palace’s Eberechi Eze appears to break government’s coronavirus lockdown order

The FA are investigating Crystal Palace star Eberechi Eze’s visit to former club Queens Park Rangers on Saturday after England’s governing body did not give him permission to attend the fixture.   Eze was pictured at QPR’s FA Cup tie against Fulham in west London, despite the government placing the country under draconian stay-at-home orders, with … Read more

Crystal Palace’s Eberechi Eze appears to break government’s coronavirus lockdown order

The FA are investigating Crystal Palace star Eberechi Eze’s visit to former club Queens Park Rangers on Saturday after England’s governing body did not give him permission to attend the fixture.   Eze was pictured at QPR’s FA Cup tie against Fulham in west London, despite the government placing the country under draconian stay-at-home orders, with … Read more

Millwall move to BAN Sky Sports from screening home Championship clash with Watford

Millwall try to BAN Sky Sports from screening their clash with Watford due to row over story on fans booing players who took the knee – and under-fire club are even prepared to give up £75,000 broadcast fee Sky Sports are due to broadcast Millwall’s December 29 game with Watford live But Millwall are moving … Read more

Fan facing LIFETIME ban from Championship side for booing players who took a knee this week

Football fan facing LIFETIME ban from Championship side for booing players who took a knee… with clubs using CCTV to single out supporters who jeer gesture One club has reviewed video footage and witness statements to identify a fan  The fan could become the first in the country to be permanently banned  The move follows … Read more

Fan facing LIFETIME ban from Championship side for booing players who took a knee this week

Football fan facing LIFETIME ban from Championship side for booing players who took a knee… with clubs using CCTV to single out supporters who jeer gesture One club has reviewed video footage and witness statements to identify a fan  The fan could become the first in the country to be permanently banned  The move follows … Read more

Ferdinand admits he wanted to ‘go and hurt’ Terry after seeing footage of ‘f*ing black c*’ incident

Anton Ferdinand is describing the moment he first found out he had been racially abused by the England captain. It was October 2011 and QPR had just beaten nine-man Chelsea 1-0 in a bad-tempered West London derby in which Ferdinand and John Terry had been involved in a heated verbal exchange. After the match, Ferdinand went … Read more

Ferdinand admits he wanted to ‘go and hurt’ Terry after seeing footage of ‘f*ing black c*’ incident

Anton Ferdinand is describing the moment he first found out he had been racially abused by the England captain. It was October 2011 and QPR had just beaten nine-man Chelsea 1-0 in a bad-tempered West London derby in which Ferdinand and John Terry had been involved in a heated verbal exchange. After the match, Ferdinand went … Read more