Warrington boss Steve Price expects England players to be even better

STEVE Price hopes Warrington’s quartet of England stars can turn the benefit of their World Cup near miss into a Super League comeback. Wolves aces Ben Currie, Chris Hill, Stefan Ratchford and Kevin Brown all return to training today after being part of Wayne Bennett’s squad that so narrowly

Argentina boss Jorge Sampaoli dragged away by pals as he rows with cops after attending daughter’s wedding

JORGE SAMPAOLI had to be dragged away by friends as he insulted police officers after attending his daughter Sabrina's wedding. The Argentinian boss was caught on camera ridiculing one of the officers over his monthly salary after cops pulled his vehicle over at a traffic stop. https://twitter.com/elcancillercom/status/945081796064169984?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw Reports claim he lost

Darwin’s theory about how England can evolve at the World Cup in Russia

GARETH SOUTHGATE’S World Cup plans are getting sum help — from a maths guru. Aussie Ben Darwin has evolved a theory about teamwork by using an algorithm created by a boffin at America’s top university, Harvard. Former rugby league international Darwin says England had the worst Teamwork Index at the

Over 200 Russia thugs free to wreck 2018 World Cup after ban blunder

HUNDREDS of Russia’s worst football thugs will be free to cause World Cup chaos following a government blunder. Russian officials barred 391 hardcore yobs from games amid fears of attacks on rival fans. But many bans end before next summer’s big kick-off. The mum of one England fan left brain-damaged

World Cup will not be decided whether England win or lose, says Denis Betts

  Assistant boss says performance is more important than result DENIS Betts insists even if England lose to Australia in tomorrow's tournament opener it won't mean they can't win the World Cup. Coach Wayne Bennett attracted criticism for admitting performance was more important than result in tomorrow’s opening game. Skipper Sean O'Loughlin will lead

Sam Burgess delighted to focus on rugby again, and only rugby

  Dual-code international highlights 'politics' that blighted his stint in rugby union SAM BURGESS is in a comfort zone – one that does not include politics, outside influences and definitely no-one willing to criticise him in a book. And that may bring the best out of him as England look to win the