Rio Ferdinand boarded the bandwagon Paul Scholes had set rolling, after tuning in to hear his old team-mate talking about the empty seats at the Etihad for another fitful Manchester City home performance in the Champions League.
If I told you there’s a new site that lets you connect with your friends and share pictures and updates, people are signing up in droves, and only a select few have actually been allowed to join yet, you’d be forgiven for wondering why this publication was posting articles from a decade ago about scruffily-attired Harvard students.Read More
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is no doubt Danny Welbeck will continue to go from strength to strength after the striker's hat-trick in the Champions League win over Galatasaray, which was stopped during the first half when Turkish fans threw flares onto the pitch.
1. David Cameron gave a technically flawless performance yesterday in his last party conference speech before the election. How much difference it will make is another matter. Only 3 per cent of people in a Populus survey remembered the Labour conference in the news last week, and Ed Miliband and his party's ratings in the opinion polls were unaffected by the poor reviews of his speech.Read More