Didier Drogba scored his first Chelsea goal since rejoining the club as they thrashed Maribor 6-0 at Stamford BridgeRead the full story ›
Sir Alex Ferguson also claims David Moyes’s appointment as Manchester United manager was as a result of proper process followed by the clubRead the full story ›
QPR boss Harry Redknapp claims he has been Adel Taarabt's only ally at the club in the past three years as their row escalatesRead the full story ›
Hellas Verona have been fined €50,000 and hit with a partial stadium ban by the Italian league as punishment for racist chants directed at AC Milan midfielder Sulley Muntari during Sunday's Serie A match.
The Ghana international was the target of a section of Hellas supporters during the game the Verona outfit hosted and lost 3-1.
Inter Milan, meanwhile, have been fined €30,000 for discriminatory chants aimed at Napoli fans during Sunday's 2-2 draw at the San Siro.
Football Association general secretary Alex Horne has announced he is to leave the organisation at the end of January.
Horne joined the FA in 2004 as finance director and, in 2006, was appointed Wembley Stadium's managing director.
He became the FA's chief operating officer in July 2008 and was a leading figure in the St George's Park National Football Centre development.
Horne took up his current post in 2010.
"After 11 fantastic years I have decided to look for a change of direction and I will be leaving the FA at the end of January," he told Press Association Sport.
Sunderland players have offered to refund travelling supporters the cost of their match tickets following their 8-0 defeat at St Mary'sRead the full story ›
Arsenal take on Anderlecht in Belgium in the Champions League on Wednesday evening. Tonight, meanwhile, you can watch Chelsea v Maribor live on ITV
In this second extract from ITV Sport's exclusive interview with Jose Mourinho, the Chelsea manager reveals how he waited through two transfer windows until forward Diego Costa and midfielder Cesc Fabregas became available at the right price.
Luke Shaw has vowed to improve and admitted he is yet to hit top form at Manchester UnitedRead the full story ›
Andy Carroll has been conspicuous by his absence on the pitch for West Ham of late, but the striker has scored a big modelling job for high-street chain H&M, his first since signing for Select Models earlier this year.
Carroll modelled the new range, Alexander Wang for H&M, after reportedly beating more than 200 rivals to win the job.
"I had a good chat with Alexander, turns out we both have a keen interest in trainers and he had noticed the ones I was wearing before I did my shoot," Carroll told Vogue UK. "I guess you could say we discussed fashion!"
"I don't think I'm quite ready to take on Becks [David Beckham] yet," he added. "I will leave that to him for the time being! I'm going to concentrate on the day job of scoring goals for West Ham and hopefully England."