Experience should tell us that writing off Harry Kane is a hazardous and foolhardy proposition.
by: Roddy Forsyth — The Telegraph 17 Sep
His business is football, not ­physics, but Alex McLeish can be satisfied by the chain reaction he set off when he favoured Steven Naismith over Leigh Griffiths for Scotland’s Nations League qualifier against ­Albania and then declared that.
by: Chris Bascombe; Jim White; Andy Kelly; Luke Edwards; Ben Findon; Nick Szczepanik — The Telegraph 17 Sep
Our writers were all over the country at Premier League games this weekend.
by: Jon Culley — The Telegraph 14 Sep
West Bromwich Albion moved into the top six in the Championship but were denied the chance to climb to third in the table by a Birmingham side yet to register a win but who should have corrected that in an ­exciting derby in which they missed a first-
by: Luke Edwards — The Telegraph 14 Sep
Rafael Benítez has urged England manager Gareth Southgate to stop ignoring midfielder Jonjo Shelvey as he prepares to return from injury against Arsenal this weekend.
Tottenham vs Liverpool, Premier League 2018-19: What time is kick-off, what TV channel is it on and what is our prediction?
by: Telegraph Sport — The Telegraph 13 Sep
What is it?
Stop fretting about footballers switching allegiance - people are raised to be multi-national these days
by: Sam Wallace — The Telegraph 8 Sep
It is hard not to have sympathy for Declan Rice.
by: Telegraph Sport — The Telegraph 7 Sep
Watford manager Javi Gracia has been named August's Premier League manager of the month following the club's winning start to the season.
England vs Spain tactical preview: How will Luis Enrique shape a team lacking in Barcelona influence?
by: JJ Bull — The Telegraph 7 Sep
Gerard Pique and Andres Iniesta’s international retirement, combined with Jordi Alba being left out of the squad, means Luis Enrique only has two Barcelona players in this new-look Spain - something which would have been unthinkable four years ago.
by: Telegraph Sport — The Telegraph 6 Sep
The newly restructured FA Women’s Super League will kick off an historic season on Sunday 9 September when it becomes fully professional for the first time.
Sir Alex Ferguson’s golden child Ryan Giggs prepares to face his ultimate bad boy Roy Keane in opposite dugouts
by: Jeremy Wilson — The Telegraph 5 Sep
There is an anecdote about Ryan Giggs in Roy Keane’s autobiography The Second Half that tells you much about both men.