Ivanovic has the final word for Chelsea - 5 days ago
As the ball went in, Rafael Benitez turned away with a clenched fist and then a smile. Moments later, at the final whistle, Chelsea really got the party started. The injured John Terry hobbled on, wearing his full strip, and the celebrations intensified. It was all such a contrast to a diffident start.
Captaincy for Wayne Rooney? - 5 days ago
Hodgson has been in contact with Rooney, showing him support and reminding him that he is central to England's plans.
FA Cup defeat likely to be the end for Roberto Mancini - 1 week ago
He may well retain the support of the fans, but a season without silverware is no longer acceptable.
David Moyes gets first taste of life under scrutiny - 1 week ago
Scot says 'inner devilment' can lead him to success. United manager-in-waiting defends his style of football.
Balance may swing Manchester City's way says Yaya Toure - 1 week ago
Fergusion exit cited as the key to club regaining title. Kompany warns next term will be harder than ever.
Hodgson needs to wake up to harsh realities - 1 month ago
Spectre of play-offs must concentrate manager's mind ahead of Autumn's World Cup qualifying ties.
England handed a massive incentive by 'long-ball' insults - 1 month ago
Hodgson responds with diplomatic finesse, but he will have little difficult in motivating his players, writes Henry Winter in Podgorica.
Hodgson's Rio gaffe costs England - 2 months ago
Manager one step removed from modern professional and too trusting that United defender would just turn up, writes Henry Winter.
Eden Hazard to the rescue as Chelsea force replay - 2 months ago
Rafa's cracking up? Only with smiles. Chelsea's besieged interim first-team manager shrugged off catcalls from the Stretford End, continued baiting from his own Chelsea fans and another snub from Sir Alex Ferguson to change the course of this absorbing FA Cup quarter-final with two highly influential substitutions. Fact.
Premier League sides can conquer Europe again - 2 months ago
But UEFA referees are in crisis, argues Henry Winter