Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Paul Pogba have been warned by Jose Mourinho that no player is “untouchable” at Manchester United.
Leicester City have become wildly unreliable as their impressive midweek European exploits are in stark contrast to their domestic woes.
Coach Paul Adams is hopeful of a turnaround at Newlands when the Cobras host the Warriors.
All Blacks great Dan Carter insists he has never come across banned substances in rugby, after himself being cleared in a doping probe.
George Lebese said he’d gotten his groove back, but the Kaizer Chiefs midfielder feels he is slowly returning to form.
As Tyren Arendse, 35, creeps closer to the end of his career, he says his hunger to compete is undiminished.
The Daily Voice spoke to legendary Springbok flyhalf Errol Tobias, to get his insights into exactly what needs to be done to fix the national team.
SA rugby stakeholders are "living in our own little kingdom" in thinking that we are the best rugby nation in the world says Allister Coetzee.
The return of Gordon Igesund to the big time and the introduction of several new faces spices up the start of the Telkom Knockout.
The Urban Warriors haven’t been quite the same since winning the MTN8 title a little over a year ago, writes Mazola Molefe.
Anthony Joshua’s prospective world heavyweight title fight with Wladimir Klitschko remains up in the air as both camps wait ...
Wayne Rooney believes he is capable of delivering for Manchester United in every game, despite being reduced to a regular substitute’s role.
Manchester City defender John Stones is relishing the prospect of coming up against “the best player in the world” in Lionel Messi.
The Star looks back at Gordon Igesund’s record and concludes that there’s a 50/50 chance he could produce a miracle or a flop.
The Blue Bulls have all but acknowledged that there is nothing more they can do physically to get an edge over the Free State ...