A football referee has been banned for life for allegedly head butting a fellow referee during a junior football match.
The Chief Executive of Aston Villa Football Club Paul Faulkner has announced in a statement he is stepping down.
A charity from Herefordshire has been working in Brazil during the World Cup to try and combat exploitation and trafficking.
Peterborough United manager Darren Ferguson has signed a new three-year contract with the club.
Posh missed out on promotion via the League One play-offs last season but Ferguson did guide them to success in the Football League Trophy at Wembley.
Meanwhile, Assistant manager Kevin Russell is leaving London Road.
Gavin Strachan has been promoted to first team coach as part of a management restructure.
Aston Villa have secured the services of Swiss defender, Philippe Senderos, after agreeing a two-year deal to make him their first summer signing.
The 29-year-old former Arsenal and Fulham man will join up with the squad after he returns from World Cup action with Brazil.
Senderos told the club website:
I'm really delighted to be joining Aston Villa, a great club with such a big history, and for me this is a great step in my career.
Aston Villa have signed Swiss defender, Philippe Senderos, on a two-year deal.
Birmingham City have made their first signing of the summer, as former Oldham Athletic and Middlesbrough defender, Jonathan Grounds has joined the club.
The 26-year-old has signed a two-year deal at the club after two years at Oldham, where he made 106 appearances and scores three goals.
David Cameron was given a surprising answer when he asked children at the National Football Centre which footballer should be the first name on England's World Cup team sheet.
The group of youngsters at the FA centre in Burton-upon-Trent, Staffordshire, answered Ronaldo - who plays for Portugal.
ITV News Correspondent Richard Pallot tweeted from the FA centre:
PM asks kids at the FA centre which player should be the first name on England WC team sheet. Answer Ronaldo http://t.co/CkG1FKDea2
Play-Off Final Wembley Stadium Burton Albion 0. Fleetwood Town 1 Sarcevic 75
Burton Albion 0 Fleetwood Town 1 (Antoni Sarcevic 75)
Hundreds of Burton Albion fans are on their way to Wembley Stadium as the club takes on Fleetwood Town in the League Two play-off final.
The fans gathered outside the Pirelli Stadium to catch coaches to the match, which kicks off at 3pm today.
Victory will seal Burton Albion's promotion, pushing them up into League One for next season.