PFA considers legal action after League One and Two wage cap vote

PFA considering legal action after League One and Two clubs narrowly vote to introduce £2.5m and £1.5m limits on wages with Sunderland and Portsmouth among dissenting voices Clubs in League One and Two have voted in favour of squad salary caps  The cap will be set at £2.5million in League

Lampard leads way as Chelsea jet off to Munich looking for a miracle

Frank Lampard leads the way as Chelsea jet off to Munich looking for a miracle in Champions League last-16 second leg after being hit for three at Stamford Bridge Chelsea are heading to Germany for their clash away to Bayern Munich  Frank Lampard’s side face a tough task after they

England tour of India postponed due to worsening coronavirus crisis

England have confirmed their limited-overs tour of India scheduled for September and October has been postponed until 2021. The tour, part of the ICC Future Tours Programme (FTP), was going to be used as preparation for the men’s T20 World Cup which was due to take place in Australia in

Cam: ‘Surreal’ to find himself with the Patriots

Covered Patriots since 1997 Joined ESPN in 2009 Cam Newton officially signed with the New England Patriots on July 8, but the longtime Carolina Panthers quarterback is still finding it hard to believe that he’s the top candidate to fill the void created by Tom Brady’s free-agent departure. “I’m still

Adama Traore soaks arms in baby oil to stop players grabbing him

Wolves star Adama Traore gets arms soaked in baby oil before their Europa League victory over Olympiacos to stop defenders from grabbing him after a serious of shoulder injuries Adama Traore’s pace and muscular frame have helped terrorise defences  The Wolves star has struggled with persistent shoulder injuries this season

Titans’ Beasley reports, starts COVID-19 testing

Covered Eagles for USA Today Covered the Ravens for Baltimore Times Played college football at Cheyney University NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Titans outside linebacker Vic Beasley, who had been absent from training camp since it began July 28, reported to the team facility for COVID-19 testing on Friday morning. The team

U.S. teen Konrad in Barca UCL squad vs. Napoli

United States youth international Konrad de la Fuente has been handed his first call up to Barcelona’s matchday squad for Saturday’s Champions League match against Napoli. Barca have been forced to turn to youth for the crunch European tie with six first team players ruled out of the clash. –

Will Messi, Ronaldo meet in Champions League final again? Don’t count these legends out

Graham Hunter is a Barcelona-based freelance writer for ESPN.com who specializes in La Liga and the Spanish national team. Cristiano Ronaldo vs. Lionel Messi has been a battle for the ages. It’s European vs. South American; Argentinian against Portuguese; a 6-foot-2 athlete blessed with Terminator-like remorselessness and ruthless technique pitted

‘It’s game on’: NBA bubble food gets new spin thanks to popular master chef Shawn Loving

Rip Hamilton arrived in Detroit in 2002 and found chef Shawn Loving’s restaurant, Loving Spoonful. The then-Pistons guard became a frequent diner and asked if Loving was interested in a job as Hamilton’s personal chef. “At that time, he was a motor and running around a lot. He needed to