George Best

David Gedge of The Wedding Present: 'We Were Destined To Be a John Peel Band'

Jason Holmes | Posted 24.11.2014 | UK Entertainment
Jason Holmes

"People still try and emulate John Peel," says David Gedge, leader of The Wedding Present and one of the last true survivors of the British music scene of the 1980s. "His work as a musicologist put everything into context."

Will He Be Magnificent?

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 28.08.2014 | UK Sport

Ángel di María will wear the mystical No.7 shirt at Manchester United. SEE MORE HERE: Ángel Di María Transfer Could Leave One Manchester Unite...

Why You Would be a Mug to be a Poet in the 21st Century

Hugh Salmon | Posted 23.08.2014 | UK Entertainment
Hugh Salmon

If Edwin Brock had been thirty years younger than me rather than thirty years older than me, would I have advised him to earn his crust by writing advertising copy at the behest of people like me? The heck I would.

Sports Book Of The Year Longlist Announced

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 02.10.2013 | UK Sport

Dennis Bergkamp, Lord Sebastian Coe and Jimmy Connors are in contention for the 25th William Hill Sports Book of the Year Award. Arsenal legend Ber...

Britain's Finest First XI?

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 08.02.2013 | UK Sport

The Royal Mail has issued a set of stamps featuring some of Britain's greatest footballers to mark the 150th anniversary of Association Football rules...

Bowling With George Best and Politics With Jayne Mansfield

James Payne | Posted 09.01.2013 | Home
James Payne

Neil Libbert is a photojournalist whose career spans 55 years. He has taken images of some of the worlds most famous people from George Best when he was nineteen to Winston Churchill at 88 years old.

WATCH: George Best Birthday Tribute

The Huffington Post UK | Samuel Luckhurst | Posted 22.05.2012 | UK Sport

George Best, perhaps the greatest footballing talent produced by the United Kingdom, would have been 66 today. The Northern Irishman succumbed to a...

Where Did the Interesting Footballers Go?

Matthew Handley | Posted 26.03.2012 | UK
Matthew Handley

There was a time when a dip into any Premier League line-up would produce a veritable smorgasbord of stars who you'd not only want to cheer to victory, but could imagine sharing a pint with. Whatever happened to the 'characters' of football? And can we get them back?

Why Football is a Troubling Conundrum for us Lefties

Scott Hill | Posted 19.03.2012 | UK
Scott Hill

Football is commonly referred to as the beautiful game. Whilst to me this seems rather comical on account of the fact that my side - Glasgow Rangers - are often involved in what can only be described as scrappy, unattractive tussles.