West Ham co-chairman David Sullivan is recuperating having undergone heart surgery on Tuesday. The Premier League club confirmed on Wednesday that the operation was a minor, routine procedure.
The 67-year-old went under the knife for planned surgery, with his son David Sullivan Jr tweeting a picture of his father lying in his hospital bed
Rob Page took over as Port Vale manager from Micky Adams in October 2014 Port Vale manager Rob Page says there is no truth in reports linking him to the head coach’s job with Championship side Cardiff City, his boyhood heroes. Cardiff are looking for a new boss following the decision to move Russell Slade
Here are the top transfer-related stories in Friday’s newspapers and online… Jose Mourinho is house hunting in Manchester — paving the way for a move to United. An agent working for the Portuguese is looking for a suitable property in Cheshire. Mourinho has a verbal understanding with the club that he will take over from Louis van
Is he still haunted by his Masters meltdown in 2011, when he took a commanding lead into the final round but turned into a hacker, shot 80, finished 15th and cried down the phone to his mum the following morning? Can he handle the weight of expectation as he tees it up this week as
Image copyright EPA Image caption Alcoholic drinks are available to those aged 18 and over and are not allowed to be taken to the seat Leicester City fans are being treated to a free beer and a doughnut at the sell-out game against Southampton. Foxes fans attending the home game can redeem the offer before
Slavisa Jokanovic refused to get carried away after Fulham beat fellow relegation strugglers Milton Keynes 2-1 at Craven Cottage. The home side won their first game since February with strikes from Ross McCormack and Moussa Dembele.
However, the Fulham manager believes that his side are still well within danger of dropping to League One.
Here’s a selection of the top stories from Sunday’s papers… Pep Guardiola believes he can talk Luis Suarez into signing for Manchester City next season. (Express) Guardiola also wants Atletico Bilbao defender Aymeric Laporte. (People) Henrikh Mkhitaryan is a step closer to joining Arsenal from Borussia Dortmund. (Sun) Burnley hope to find out the compensation
Liverpool, fresh and fearsome after a sunshine break in Tenerife, went out all guns blazing and deservedly took the lead through Philippe Coutinho to leave boss Jurgen Klopp fist-pumping for all his worth. It looked a safe bet that all three points were his – but you can bank