The organisers of the America's Cup have confirmed this year's event will go ahead despite the death of Olympian Andrew Simpson.
Gus Poyet wants Brighton fans to make the difference in tonight's Championship play-off semi-final second leg against Crystal Palace.
Portsmouth's new owners have begun the task of rebuilding the club following its spectacular fall from grace.
Southampton Drew with Stoke One - One at home. In form Ricky Lambert scored his fifteenth goal of the season. While relegated Reading said farewell to the premiership with a four two defeat at West Ham.
Southampton Football Club's Chairman Nicola Cortese and its owner Katharina Liebherr have announced their commitment to its future. It follows speculation that Southampton boss Mauricio Pochettino would be leaving the club if Nicola Cortese quit.
The Argentine manager was recruited by Cortese in January. But there were rumours this week Cortese could be on his way out amid differences over the way key decisions are made within the club.
– Nicola Cortese - Southampton Chairman
"We are now in a position to move forward with our ambitious plans for the Club and I would like to thank Katharina for the very helpful manner in which she approached our talks about long term strategy. This matter is now resolved. "We can now focus 100% on our preparations for next season. The last few days have shown me the unity that we now have across the Club in the players, the First Team Manager, the staff and the Chairmanship. I have always believed that to create this unity would make us a very strong Club and it is one of which I am unashamedly proud. "
Portsmouth FC have launched their new shirt in a press conference on board HMS Warrior.
The organisers of the America's Cup have announced that all teams have been asked to suspend sailing following the death of the Dorset sailor, Andrew Simpson, last week. The America's Cup Review Committee made the decision at its first meeting last night.
The teams have been asked to suspend sailing in the AC72 and smaller AC45 catamarans until the middle of next week. The committee will meet with the teams in San Francisco, California later today.
Brighton confirmed the news in a statement this evening that offered no reason for the surprise move, which comes three days after the Seagulls exited the play-offs at the hands of bitter rivals Crystal Palace.
The statement read: "Brighton & Hove Albion has confirmed that it has suspended its manager, assistant manager, and its first-team coach from their duties.
"The club will now follow its internal procedures with regard to this matter and will make no further comment at this time."
Rugby fans have saved the life of an off duty firefighter when he collapsed with a heart attack during a game in Kent.
The supporters used the club's defibrillator to shock Mark Jones back to life. Doctors say their actions undoubtedly saved him and now, after hospital treatment, he's recovering at home in Eastly, near Sandwich.
Andrea Thomas has been hearing his remarkable story. She spoke to Mark, his wife Jo, his son Ben and Kate White, who helped to save Mark.
The Brighton & Hove Albion manager was told today he must stay away from the Amex Stadium while an internal investigation into an alleged breach of contract.
It is believed comments made at the Championship club after the play-off defeat to Crystal Palace on Monday may be connected to the move.
Southampton manager Mauricio Pochettino has this morning confirmed he will follow Nicola Cortese out of the club should the executive chairman leave.
The Italian businessman is understood to be considering his position at Saints due to frustrations over the backing he receives.
Cortese, who has overseen Saints rise from League One to the top flight, wants the Liebherr trust to underwrite his strategy for Southampton to consolidate themselves in the Premier League.
The executive chairman will make a decision on whether to remain at the club within the next month and manager Pochettino has confirmed if Cortese leaves, so will he.
Asked if he would be staying if Cortese left, the Argentinian said: "Of course not, because the person that has put his faith in me in this club and as a manager is Nicola Cortese.
"Nicola Cortese has basically been the reality at Southampton for the past four years.
"Of course, the people that are in the club, that are part of the club, that are behind the scenes in the club were a little bit worried about what has been said.
"Me on a personal sense, I would not understand a Southampton without Nicola being here."
Rugby fans have saved the life of an off duty firefighter when he collapsed with a heart attack while watching a game in Kent.
The supporters used the club's defibrillator to shock Mark Jones back to life. Doctors say their actions undoubtedly saved him. He's now recovering at his home near Sandwich after hospital treatment.