Year in Review 2020: From Olympics to Wimbledon, a look at major sporting events that we missed this year
COVID-19 pandemic ensured that the sporting calendar of 2020 was thrown off gear. A number of events were either postponed or cancelled, which meant plans were redrawn and preparations recalibrated. Here is a list of major sporting events that were disrupted in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Serie A: Former Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey inspired to carry forward John Charles' Welsh legacy at Juventus
Aaron Ramsey says he's eager to follow in the footsteps of Wales and Juventus legend John Charles who scored over 100 goals for Juventus
FIFA U-17 World Cup 2017: Victory won't deviate England from senior-level goals, says coach Steve Cooper
Determined not to get carried away with their summer of success, England U-17 coach Steve Cooper said his team's aim is to work on a long-term plan of winning the World Cup and European Championship at senior level.
Confederations Cup 2017: Portugal sans Cristiano Ronaldo take on Mexico for the third place play-off
European champions Portugal will have to make do without captain Cristiano Ronaldo as they seek the consolation of a third-place finish in Sunday's Confederations Cup play-off against Mexico.
From Leicester City lifting the Premier League title to Cleveland Cavaliers overturning a 1-3 deficit, here's a look at the games and sporting events that left us aghast in 2016.
England football team skipper Wayne Rooney has defended his decision to relieve Harry Kane from taking corners during the 2016 Euro Cup in defiance of former manager Roy Hodgson's strategy.
Iceland’s inspiring Euro 2016 journey came to an end in the quarterfinals, but the team’s Viking chants still ring in the French football fields, and on Twitter.
England supporters were jailed on Monday over the Marseille fan battles before the England-Russia Euro 2016 match.