Premier League: I'm 100 percent Tottenham, no space for previous clubs, says Jose Mourinho ahead of Chelsea clash
Tottenham Hotspur manager Jose Mourinho says there is no chance he will suffer from conflicting loyalties when he faces his former club Chelsea on Sunday
Former Tottenham and Monaco midfielder Glenn Hoddle feels stated he was grateful to have been around so many people when it happened as they saved his life
Glenn Hoddle managed England and took them to the 1998 World Cup finals where they reached the second round before bowing out on penalties to Argentina.
FIFA World Cup moments: When David Beckham's red card saw him go from hero to villain in the 1998 event
After being fouled by Diego Simeone, Beckham fell to the ground and he put out his right foot to give Simeone the gentlest of kicks. This resulted in Beckham being handed a red card.
As the countdown for the 2018 FIFA World Cup begins, we go down memory lane to take a look at Diego Maradona's goal of the century against England in 1986.
Premier League: Mauricio Pochettino insists his book has nothing to do with Tottenham Hotspur's recent dip in form
The recent run of poor results for Tottenham has also coincided with the publication of Pochettino's book 'Brave New World', which chronicles the Argentinian manager's time in charge at the club.
Premier League: Tottenham Hotspur eye special win over Manchester United on White Hart Lane's farewell
Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino expects a "special" day on Sunday when his side play Manchester United in the last game at White Hart Lane.
England's humiliating defeat by Iceland provided the sensation of Euro 2016 and left the team staggering into an uncertain future without a manager.
Hoddle said he would be interested in talking to the Football Association about taking over from Roy Hodgson after the team's Euro 2016 exit to Iceland.
Gareth Southgate could be in line to succeed Roy Hodgson as manager on an interim basis in the wake of England's latest embarrassing early exit from a major tournament.
Marcus Rashford, with eight goals for Manchester United and one for England in his kitty already, now stands at a crucial juncture. He could either go on to replicate Michael Owen and Wayne Rooney at Euro 2016 or become World Cup 2006's Theo Walcott.