Sutton United reserve goalkeeper Wayne Shaw has resigned after his pie-eating stunt led to an investigation by the Football Association and the Gambling Commission for potentially breaching betting rules during the FA Cup tie against Arsenal. The National League club's manager Paul Doswell revealed this afternoon Shaw had been asked to hand in his resignation, a move he has agreed to. Shaw became something of an internet sensation when he was pictured eating a pie in the 83rd minute of the game on Monday evening which was shown live on television.
(CNN)Former Manchester United and Tottenham striker Dimitar Berbatov has rarely rushed things. On his way to becoming Bulgaria's all-time record goalscorer, seven-time footballer of the year and the country's most expensive player, it sometimes seemed as if Berbatov barely broke stride as he nonchalantly netted goal after goal. Now approaching the twilight of his career, it's easy to see why the 36-year-old thinks this is a vintage year for football's over 30s. "There are some players that are exceptions to the rules and they deserve a lot of respect," Berbatov tells CNN, extolling the virtues of United's Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Sunderland's Jermain Defoe, a pair of fellow thirtysomething strikers who have scored 15 and 14 goals in the English Premier League respectively this season.
COMMENT Pep Guardiola chucked his coat to the ground. A water bottle quickly followed after. He paced around his technical area, rubbing his face and scratching his head. The team against which his Manchester City played would not be tamed; they would