The pundits said Leicester would crumble but now, with three games to go, they need just three points to make the fairy-tale become reality by winning the Premier League, writes Malcolm Boughen.
Former Conservative Chancellor Lord Geoffrey Howe has died aged 88 after a suspected heart attack, his family has announced.
This weekend sees the start of the 2014-15 Premier League season – and with around £600m spent on transfers this summer, there’ll be some new faces on show. Malcolm Boughen reviews the prospects.
Being an England fan is a life sentence of endless disappointment, extinguished hopes and sleepless nights, writes Malcolm Boughen.
QPR’s Championship play-off victory settles the last big issue of the domestic football season. Channel 4 News returns to its study of the “yo-yo clubs” who move between the two top divisions.
It’s been the worst-kept secret in football. Louis van Gaal’s appointment at Old Trafford comes as no surprise to anyone – but what will it mean for fans of the now second best club in Manchester?
Battered in Brisbane, annihilated in Adelaide, finally perishing in Perth, England’s cricket team are at their lowest ebb for years. Malcolm Boughen asks why and tentatively suggests a way forward.
The BBC’s Sports Personality of the Year award is rarely won by a team player, but Wimbledon champ Andy Murray may not be a shoo-in.
So here we go again. The sun has hardly set on England’s home Ashes victory before a new series gets underway in Brisbane. Malcolm Boughen asks if you can have too much of a good thing.
The Oval will provide the perfect backdrop for a final Ashes test that could see England claim a history 4-0 series win. But Australia will be looking to restore some national pride.
In part two of our Premier League 2013-14 preview, Malcolm Boughen looks at the teams hoping to finish in the top 10, those aiming to avoid an end-of season dogfight, and the newly promoted clubs.
In part one of our Premier League preview, Malcolm Boughen looks at the clubs likely to be contesting the top four places and assesses how transfer activity could have a bearing on the new campaign.
It is in England’s grasp, but can they keep up the new ruthlessness which has seen them trouncing the tourists? Do we even want them to? Malcolm Boughen weighs up the third Test of the 2013 Ashes.
As the second Ashes test opens at Lord’s, the cricket world will be hoping the controversial decision review system (DRS) does not have quite such a central part to play as it did at Nottingham.
It’s not been easy – but England lead the Ashes series 1-0 after beating Australia by 14 runs in the first test at Trent Bridge. But what of the role of the video umpire? Malcolm Boughen takes a look.