Jose Mourinho has a big rebuilding job ahead of him as the new manager of Manchester United. Will he succeed? Gab Marcotti takes a closer look.
It's Jose Mourinho vs. Pep Guardiola Round II. The Portuguese's arrival at Manchester United could, in fact, be good news for Manchester City.
How about this for making an introduction -- Jose Mourinho joined instagram on the day he was officially confirmed Manchester United manager.
Fourth-seeded Rafael Nadal, who has won a record nine titles at Roland Garros, withdrew from the French Open on Friday with a left wrist injury.
After fighting through the opening two rounds at Roland Garros with five-set victories, Andy Murray enjoyed a more straightforward win against Ivo Karlovic in Paris.
Jonny Bairstow rallies England once again after James Vince and Joe Root fall in quick succession in the second Test against Sri Lanka. Follow every ball live with ESPNcricinfo.
Memphis Depay admitted he was upset with his substitute role under Louis van Gaal but has vowed to regain his form with Manchester United next season.
Press Association Sport reported that Di Matteo has had more discussions with Villa chairman Steve Hollis.
The IOC says 23 athletes have tested positive in reanalysis of their doping samples from the 2012 London Olympics.
Follow the live leaderboard as Masters champion Danny Willett sets the clubhouse target on day 2 at Wentworth.
Lewis Hamilton explains his philosophical outlook to his world championship deficit to Nico Rosberg and why he feels 2016 is in the hands of God.
The Warriors staved off elimination against the Thunder in Game 5 of the Western Conference finals, but finding the winning touch in OKC may require an extra dose of Warriors-style fun.
Eddie Jones names four uncapped players in squad for Wales with Tommy Taylor, Ollie Devoto and Ellis Genge on England's bench.
Saracens fly-half Owen Farrell has been passed fit for Saturday's Aviva Premiership final against Exeter at Twickenham.
We asked boxing trainer and ESPN analyst Teddy Atlas to create a plan for Conor McGregor just in case a fight against Floyd Mayweather ever happens.
European captain Darren Clarke has named Padraig Harrington, Thomas Bjorn and Paul Lawrie as his three assistants for the Ryder Cup in September.
"If we can win three world titles and then the Olympics, I can sit on that and be bloody happy" -- Olympian Will Satch talks to ESPN about his Rio dreams.
Edgbaston and Lord's are in pole position to host the first floodlit Test in England against West Indies in 2017
There's something special about Zinedine Zidane and for proof, look no further than Real Madrid's remarkable turnaround, writes Graham Hunter.
Daniel Sturridge would be a huge loss for England but the alternative, Marcus Rashford, might be worth the risk, writes Iain Macintosh.
World No.1 Novak Djokovic described French Open third round opponent Aljaz Bedene as a "good guy" -- but the world No.1 should be wary of what awaits in Paris.
Defending champions Saracens are chasing a historic double at Twickenham this weekend -- but Exeter Chiefs will be buoyed by their debut final appearance. Expect fireworks.
Nicola Adams has been crowned world champion for the first time after a split decision win over Thailand's Peamwilai Laopeam in Kazakhstan.
New Zealand Cricket has announced a packed slate of fixtures for the following two home summers, which may include the country's first day-night Test against England at Eden Park in 2018