Jon Harwood is Sports Editor of The Week.co.uk. He has edited and written for national newspapers in the UK and spent several years in the South Pacific.
Goalscoring midfielders, a debutant and some established stars feature in the opening weekend's selection
Premier League preview: winning starts beckon for Wenger, Van Gaal and Rodgers
The manager of the year is out of work, which could spell trouble for Allardyce and Lambert
How and why the Ecclestone bribery case was abandoned and what it means for Formula 1
Who and what to look for and who and what to avoid when making your selections this season
A crowd of 109,000 will watch two iconic teams. Who will win the battle for their support?
Lukaku made Chelsea £17m profit and Joel Campbell could do the same for Arsenal
Without Luis Suarez, Brendan Rodgers wants to base his approach on lightning-fast counterattacks
British driver takes third place in Hungary after refusing to let team mate past
Defeat in the second Test against India leaves England winless in ten matches – what's happened?
New Old Trafford 'super coach' brings a different approach to his predecessor
Reds have already signed four players this summer, but Brendan Rodgers has an Anfield plan
The best player, the best game and the most memorable moments from a month of football
Millions turned out to watch the race in England, but cyclists still lack acceptance
Superstar tells team-mates to win World Cup for him, amid claims he will make shock comeback
Briton back in contention after error in qualifying as Rosberg retires for first time
The 'whipping boys' of Group D are into the quarter finals after beating Greece on penalties
The runners up in Groups G and H have both been on a footballing journey in Brazil
The Uruguayan will not be able to play or even train with his club until late October
It is time to stop promising and start delivering warns Wilshere, as preparations for Euro 2016 begin
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