Ally McCoist has been ‘irresponsible, reckless and daft’ in claiming police will need to arrest him and 48,000 Rangers fans over Scotland’s new hate crime law, says Chris Sutton on Mail Sport’s It’s All Kicking Off

Chris Sutton believes Ally McCoist’s comments were ‘reckless and irresponsible’ after he claimed police would need to arrest him and 48,000 Rangers fans for breaching Scotland’s new hate crime law at the Old Firm match with Celtic. Sutton, a former Celtic striker,
April 4, 2024

Inside the 20 men-in-a-cell UAE prison housing Quincy Promes: Former Ajax star is in a freezing cold jail where no fruit or vegetables are served and rape is ‘an everyday occurrence’ – as he hopes to be sent to Russia, not Holland

Promes is serving a six-year sentence for involvement in cocaine smuggling He is said to be allowed exercise three times a week and must have head shaved  Chris Sutton: Romelu Lukaku is to blame for his Chelsea failings – Listen to It’s All
March 29, 2024

Who is Jontay Porter? Raptors forward at center of NBA’s gambling scandal interacted with sports betting accounts online in resurfaced posts before league launched investigation into irregular wagers

Jontay Porter, the NBA player at the center of the league’s gambling probe, has been interested in sports wagering for several years, according to resurfaced social media posts.  Porter is currently being investigated by the NBA over suspicious gambling activity surrounding two
March 27, 2024

Manager fallouts, cheating on his childhood sweetheart and failing to live up to the ‘New Pele’ label… how it all unravelled for ex-Man City poster boy Robinho as he prepares to serve nine years in jail for gang rape

In a landmark ruling on Wednesday, Brazil’s Superior Court of Justice sentenced Robinho – a player who for many was the dictionary definition for ‘wasted potential’ – to nine-years after being found guilty of gang rape.  The ruling brought to a close
March 23, 2024

Dallas police is investigating claims of sexual assault against Dak Prescott after Cowboys star – who was called a ‘rapist’ by his accuser’s attorney – sued them over alleged $100million extortion plot in response

Dallas police have confirmed they are investigating claims of alleged sexual assault against Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott.  It comes after the attorney for the woman accusing Prescott vowed to file criminal charges and a lawsuit against the Cowboys quarterback, who has already sued
March 17, 2024