FIFA announces new loan regulations to prevent clubs hoarding players - Soccer News
FIFA has announced new regulations that will limit the number of players that can be loaned in and out in order to prevent clubs from "hoarding players".
Rangers ready to cash in on gem
An update has emerged on Rangers and their January transfer window plans for gem Joe Aribo...
Rangers: Finance expert makes 50m claim
An exciting claim has been made regarding Rangers' potential revenue for the 2022/23 campaign...
Ex-supermarket boss Lord Sainsbury of Preston Candover dies aged 94
The former chairman of one of the UK's largest supermarket chains has died at the age of 94.
Braves Mailbag: Lockout concerns, 2022's breakout player and more
Thanks to everyone who sent in questions for this week's mailbag. Let's get to it!
At this point you have to be concerned.
Canada added 55,000 jobs last month, before full force of Omicron hit | CBC News
Canada's economy added 55,000 jobs last month, as a surge in full-time jobs more than offset a decline in part-time work.
Sturgeon to update MSPs amid calls to change Covid-19 self-isolation period
Nicola Sturgeon will update the Scottish Parliament on any possible change to the self-isolation period as opposition parties call for the 10-day rule to be adjusted.
First Minister urged to cut self-isolation duration
Nicola Sturgeon has been urged to cut the length of time required for self-isolation in Scotland.
Today in White Sox History: January 2
The White Sox buy pitcher Alex Carrasquel and shortstop Fred Vaughn from Washington.
Oxfam says its work in India is imperilled by ban on foreign funding
Oxfam India has said its work in the country will be imperilled by the government's refusal to renew a licence that permits it to receive funds from abroad.