2013: Stuart Gray is revealed to be on the short-list for the job as manager of Sheffield Wednesday - but owner Milan Mandaric is weighing up the pros and cons of approaching Neil Warnock.
2013: Sheffield United’s Michael Doyle warns against complacency ahead of a cup clash with Conference leaders Cambridge United.
2013: Sheffield’s squash king Nick Matthew is competing in the Hong Kong Open.
2012: Chelsea midfielder John Obi Mikel was suspended for three games and fined £60,000 by the Football Association after admitting a charge of misconduct for his behaviour upon entering the officials’ changing room at the end of a game against Manchester United. Mikel believed Mark Clattenburg had used a racist remark towards him but the referee was later cleared by the FA of using inappropriate language.
2011: Sheffield Wednesday’s James O’Connor ruled out of a tie at Oldham - one which attracted 5,000 travelling Owls supporters.
2011: Sheffield United want to extend the loan of Doncaster-born full back Marcus Williams, from Reading
2011: Steelers d-man Rod Sarich reveals a kidney injury had made him feel “like a 90 year old.”
2011: Internet trolls upset Sheffield Tigers speedway riders Ricky Ashworth and Simon Lambert.
2011: Mark Allen was referred to the World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association’s disciplinary committee for comments he made about World Snooker chairman Barry Hearn at the UK Championship. Allen was later fined £10,000 and issued with a three-month ban, suspended for six months.
2010: Newcastle sacked manager Chris Hughton, with the club saying they needed ‘’someone with more experience’’. They appointed Alan Pardew three days later.
2009: The Scottish Premier League game between Hamilton and Hearts was marred by a post-match tunnel brawl which resulted in three players and a masseur being shown red cards. Hamilton won 2-1 against a Hearts side who had two players sent off during the game.
2008: Carl Froch won the vacant WBC super-middleweight title with a unanimous points victory over Canadian Jean Pascal in Nottingham.
2006: Luton manager Mike Newell was charged with improper conduct for controversial comments he made about assistant referee Amy Rayner after a match against QPR. Newell had said: “This is not park football, so what are women doing here? It is tokenism, for the politically correct idiots.’’ He was later fined £6,500.
1999: The Football Association fined Nottingham Forest £325,000 for admitting unauthorised payments to management and playing staff between 1984 and 1993.