| Toddler killed, father badly injured after bakkie knocks them down on N8 near Bloemfontein

A toddler has died in an accident in Bloemfontein. A three-year-old girl has been killed and her father seriously injured after a bakkie knocked them down on the N8 outside Bloemfontein. Paramedics found the toddler and father lying on the ground next to the highway. Bloemfontein police are investigating a case of culpable homicide. A three-year-old girl…Continue Reading

Crystal Palace v Burnley – Follow it LIVE on F365

A week on from revealing how “ashamed” he was at a plane carrying the message ‘White lives Matter Burnley’ over the Etihad Stadium during the club’s 5-0 thrashing to Manchester City, the defender was impressive throughout in south London. Mee ended his three-year wait for a goal with a header in the 62nd minute and…Continue Reading

Champs League qualification: Why they will, why they won’t

LeicesterWhy they will qualify: They’re in third place and deserve to be there. Other than Liverpool and Manchester City, Brendan Rodgers’ side have played the best football in the division. The spine of Kasper Schmeichel, Jonny Evans, Caglar Soyuncu, Wilfred Ndidi, James Maddison and Jamie Vardy has been unshowy but productive. A case could be…Continue Reading

The inside story of the worst season in English football

In Depth Rob Conlon 29th June 2020 It was only the 10th minute when the crowd in Doncaster Rovers’ Popular Stand began blowing whistles and Matt Smith, by his own admission, started “shitting it”. The whistles were Smith’s signal to start a pitch invasion in the hope of having Doncaster’s clash with Hull City abandoned,…Continue Reading

Barkley selects one thing that gives Chelsea FA Cup edge

Date published: Monday 29th June 2020 2:47 Ross Barkley believes Frank Lampard’s ruthless desire to win trophies can give Chelsea the edge in the FA Cup. The England midfielder’s strike beat Leicester 1-0 on Sunday to set up a semi-final tie with Manchester United. Lampard won the competition four times as a player with Chelsea…Continue Reading

Ex-Arsenal man claims Arteta ‘needs to ship out half the team’

Date published: Monday 29th June 2020 2:42 Mikel Arteta needs to sell half of his team this summer with Arsenal needing a complete rebuild, according to former midfielder David Bentley. The Gunners have followed up defeats to Manchester City and Brighton with victories over Southampton and Sheffield United, with a last-gasp Dani Ceballos strike sending…Continue Reading

Transfer rumours: Koulibaly, Pochettino, Skriniar, Hakimi, Moreno, Tagliafico

Liverpool have reportedly moved ahead of Manchester City in the race for Napoli’s Senegal centre-back Kalidou Koulibaly, 29, by offering Croatia defender Dejan Lovren, 30, as part of a transfer. (Tuttosport via Sun)Inter chief executive Giuseppe Marotta says the club is in “advanced negotiations” for Borussia Dortmund loanee Achraf Hakimi as the Real Madrid’s Morocco…Continue Reading

Newcastle United: Steve Bruce wants takeover ‘clarity’ from league

Newcastle were knocked out of the FA Cup quarter-finals by defending champions Manchester CityNewcastle United boss Steve Bruce has urged the Premier League to provide “clarity” about the proposed takeover of the club. A Saudi Arabian bid, worth £300m, is awaiting approval via the Premier League’s owners’ and directors’ test. Documents for the deal were…Continue Reading