During Greece’s World Cup qualifying match against Bosnia-Herzegovina on Sunday, a number of Greek fans displayed a banner that read: ‘Knife, Wire, Srebrenica’.
The former Celtic forward, now at Blackburn Rovers, is in court on a charge of assaulting a man dressed as Elvis outside a Dublin nightclub, which is apparently a crime.
Fatim Jawara, thought to have been 19 years old, is reported to have been aboard a boat that floundered during a crossing from Libya to Europe.
Joakim Noah took quite possibly the worst jumpshot of all time last night.
The Mets closer was recently featured in an anti-domestic violence ad campaign.
Thursday Night Football is harming the NFL's product, and this is the worst of the worst.
Brock Osweiler had a Jesse Palmer-esque game. Which is, uh, not good.
Josh Brown wrote in private journals that he looked at himself as God and his wife as his slave.
"Those three or four bad apples, however many people were saying that stuff, doesn't represent the town of Bethel Park. But it was bad."
Anders Horsholt has confirmed that discussions over an international league have taken place, with teams from Scotland, Denmark and Holland to take part, amongst others.
The British Boxing Board of Control has confirmed that Fury has lost his license, in an already turbulent month for the Mancunian boxer.
FNV, the largest trade union in the Netherlands, has decided to take action through the Swiss courts together with a worker from Bangladesh.