Kane is Young Player of Year

Kane is Young Player of Year

Tottenham striker Harry Kane has been named the PFA Young Player of the Year.

Mourinho: Arsenal drought boring

Mourinho: Arsenal drought boring

Jose Mourinho laughed off the Arsenal crowd's "boring" jibes by reminding the Gunners of their decade-long wait for the title.

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Live news blog

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WATCH: Pacquiao's speed!

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    Ars-Che: Five things

    Five talking points from Chelsea's goalless draw with Arsenal at the Emirates on Sunday.

  • Eden Hazard's PFA Player of the Year win deserved, show stats

    Hazard worthy winner

    The stats which show why Eden Hazard is a worthy winner of the PFA Player of the Year award...

  • PFA Young Player of the Year winner Harry Kane's big moments this season

    Kane's big moments

    We look at the biggest moments of Harry Kane's season, after his PFA Young Player of the Year win.

  • Sky Cricket Podcast: England win second Test in West Indies

    Sky Cricket Podcast

    James Anderson, Ian Botham and Nick Knight reflect on England's nine-wicket victory in Grenada.

Experts & Columnists

  • Arsenal must invest

    Arsenal must invest

    Arsenal must add four "top-quality" players to challenge for the Premier League, says Thierry Henry.

  • 'Root will be great'

    'Root will be great'

    Joe Root is destined for 'greatness' after a stunning start to his Test career, says Sir Ian Botham.

  • Martinez spot on

    Martinez spot on

    Gary Neville was left full of praise for Roberto Martinez's game plan in Everton's win over Man United.

  • 'Remarkable display'

    'Remarkable display'

    England's nine-wicket win over West Indies came out of nowhere, admits Nasser Hussain.

TV Shows

  • Gary Neville podcast

    Gary Neville podcast

    Gary Neville and Alan Parry react to Everton's 3-0 win over Manchester United on Super Sunday.

  • 'An Arsenal addict'

    'An Arsenal addict'

    John Cross told the Sunday Supplement he expects Arsene Wenger to stay at Arsenal for two more years.

  • Supplement podcast

    Supplement podcast

    The Sunday Supplement panel discuss Arsene Wenger's Arsenal future and Newcastle's 'pantomime' .

  • The Pardew effect

    The Pardew effect

    Yannick Bolasie and Jason Puncheon told Goals on Sunday that Alan Pardew has lifted Crystal Palace.

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