4th October 2019
The Football Association has asked Manchester City for information on the hacking dispute with Liverpool in a significant escalation of the controversy.
Newcastle United supporters have written to the club over fears Manchester United fans have taken seats in the home end for their game at St James' Park on Sunday.
The head of the Olympic Games wants to know if every runner who worked with the disgraced coach Alberto Salazar has been investigated in the wake of the scandal engulfing athletics.
Martin Odegaard doesn't speak to Zinedine Zidane and wants to spend two seasons with Real Sociedad before playing for Real Madrid.
Harry Wilson has given Bournemouth an injury scare and is a massive doubt for the weekend.
Peter Kenyon has upped his £300m takeover attempt of Newcastle.
The return of safe standing in Premier League and Sky Bet Championship grounds has been delayed until at least 2021.
Sol Campbell has been interviewed for the managerial vacancy at Southend United.
England new boy Fikayo Tomori's performance in shackling Marcus Rashford while playing for Canada U20s in 2016 persuaded Football Association chiefs to target the Chelsea defender.
Arsenal have been accused of loaning Henrikh Mkhitaryan to Roma despite knowing that he was injured.
Arsenal can land RB Leipzig defender Dayot Upamecano for a cut-price fee when his transfer release clause drops in the summer.
Egypt's coach has handed Liverpool a boost by confirming he will not pick Mohamed Salah for the side's next match against Botswana on October 14.
Chris Hughton has turned down Stoke as the Potters prepare to sack manager Nathan Jones.
Brendan Rodgers has revealed Leicester got their eye in for Saturday's trip to table-toppers Liverpool by playing crazy golf.
More professional footballers accessed counselling services offered by the players' union in the first nine months of 2019 than in the whole of 2018.
Manchester City defender Kyle Walker believes his England career is over at the age of just 29.
Rangers' summer recruitment drive was helped by a share issue that raised almost £7m in capital, the Ibrox club has revealed.
Rangers and their charity foundation have been honoured with a prestigious international award in Switzerland.
Jason Cummings insists he's not trying to "bribe" Scotland into an international recall by opening talks with Australia.