Roy Keane believes former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson still wants 'control and power' at Old Trafford.
Three people are in police custody after Sam Sodje told an undercover reporter he had been involved in fixing games.
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho says his side are "in trouble" after surrendering a lead in the dramatic 3-2 loss at Stoke.
Despite having no fit strikers, Swans boss Michael Laudrup will not seek a new front man in the January transfer window.
Michel Platini, head of European governing body Uefa, calls for yellow cards to be replaced by a sin-bin in football.
Northern Ireland boss Michael O'Neill says David Healy is an example to current and future international players.
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho says his team needs to develop a stronger mental attitude to win the Premier League title.
Former Kilmarnock manager Kenny Shiels thinks chairman Michael Johnston should step down for the good of the club.
Ashley Barnes' equaliser cancels out Matt Richie's goal, as Brighton and south-coast rivals Bournemouth draw at Dean Court.
England and Arsenal's Alex Scott tells BBC News School Reporters of her love of the Gunners and about winning 100 caps.
Charlton take advantage of their second chance against Doncaster as goals from Dale Stephens and Simon Church earn them a 2-0 win.
One man who worked under Sven-Goran Eriksson managed to enjoy a career just as colourful as the Swede's, as Matt Slater explains
Liverpool defender Jose Enrique successfully undergoes knee surgery but will be out until February.
Joe Hart will start Manchester City's Champions League tie with Viktoria Plzen on Wednesday, says boss Manuel Pellegrini.
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho criticises referees' chief Mike Riley for apologising to West Bromwich Albion.
Manager Michael Laudrup expects forward Michu will return for Swansea City's home game against Newcastle United on 4 December.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers says defender Jose Enrique faces surgery on a long-term knee injury.
Orlando City are awarded a MLS franchise and will become the 21st side in United States football's top division
NBA superstar LeBron James says he is in talks with David Beckham about investing in the former England captain's MLS team.
Goalkeeper Joe Hart is among the players who will come under scrutiny as England take on Germany on Tuesday.
Striker Daniel Sturridge and goalkeeper Joe Hart will start England's friendly against Germany at Wembley on Tuesday.
Boreham Wood boss Ian Allinson hopes his side have no regrets after their FA Cup first-round replay against Carlisle.
Republic of Ireland midfielder Andy Reid will miss Tuesday's friendly with Poland because of a hamstring injury.
Northern Ireland manager Michael O'Neill is left to bemoan a mistake by Roy Carroll after his side's 1-0 defeat by Turkey.
QPR winger Matt Phillips is the fifth withdrawal from the Scotland squad as USA lose Clint Dempsey to injury.
Glentoran pair Jordan Stewart and Jim O'Hanlon are doubtful for the Premiership encounter with Glenavon at the Oval.
Wales midfielder Joe Allen admits being sidelined with injury at Liverpool has been frustrating.
Ex-Barcelona defender Rafael Marquez scores one of the goals as Mexico hammer New Zealand 5-1 in their play-off first leg.
Jonny Steele is already targeting a place in the NI squad for the 2016 European qualifiers ahead of his international debut.
Wrexham hat-trick hero Andy Bishop says he has every confidence in his goalscoring abilities after a "tough" start to the season.
Aitor Karanka, formerly Jose Mourinho's assistant at Real Madrid, is Middlesbrough's new head coach.
Hat-trick hero Andy Bishop scores in stoppage-time to earn Wrexham victory against Gateshead.
Michael Carrick and Danny Welbeck withdraw from the England squad for the friendlies against Chile and Germany.
Barcelona are well placed to cope with the loss of Lionel Messi to injury, Spanish football writer Andy West believes
Colchester United boss Joe Dunne believes a refereeing decision cost his side the financial benefits of a potential FA Cup run.
Gareth McAuley, Chris Brunt and Michael O'Connor are out of Northern Ireland's friendly away to Turkey on Friday.
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