Former Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish will appear at the Hillsborough inquest on Friday.Read the full story ›
Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard has told team-mate Raheem Sterling to commit his future to the club.Read the full story ›
Marco Reus says even he doesn't know why he did not take a driving test after he was fined 540,000 euros for driving without a licence.Read the full story ›
Glasgow Rangers have appointed Mike Ashley ally Derek Llambias as the club's chief executive.
Llambias previously worked under Ashley at Newcastle United, where he was managing director.
Non-executive chairman David Somers said: "I am delighted that Derek has agreed to step up to the Chief Executive role.
"This is a successful outcome to the process, announced on 27 October 2014, which involved interviewing a number of high calibre candidates.
"Derek has impressed us with his grasp of the issues since joining the group and brings a wealth of experience, particularly from his time at Newcastle United, which we feel confident will be invaluable to Rangers."
The President of Fifa, Sepp Blatter, has said that he is "surprised" at the decision of chief ethics investigator Michael Garcia to resign after his his appeal against the findings which cleared Qatar and Russia to host the 2022 and 2018 World Cups was rejected.
In an official statement, Mr Blatter said:
I am surprised by Mr Garcia’s decision. The work of the Ethics Committee will nonetheless continue and will be a central part of the discussions at the ExCo meeting in the next two days.
Fifa said it will appoint an acting chairman to serve as a replacement for Mr Garcia on the Ethics Committee, pending an election to replace him.
MK Dons will get another chance to progress to the third round of the FA Cup, after the sport's government said their tie with Chesterfield will be replayed.
The Derbyshire club won the original tie 1-0, but included Georg Margreitter, on loan from Wolves, without consent from his parent club, making the defender ineligible.
A Spanish judge has named Manchester United midfielder Ander Herrera amongst 42 people in an alleged match-fixing case.
The Basque midfielder was part of the Real Zaragoza team that played in a 2-1 win over Levante at the end of the 2010-11 season that is under investigation.
Herrera was listed along with every other player than represented their club, along with the Zaragoza manager and president.
It has previously been reported in court that the Levante team were offered £766,000 to lose the match.
The judge will now decide whether any prosecutions are required.
Wigan chairman Dave Whelan has accepted a Football Association misconduct charge over comments he made regarding Jewish and Chinese people and has requested a non-personal hearing.
Liverpool, Spurs and Everton have learned their opponents for the first knockout round of the Europa League.Read the full story ›
Barcelona director of football Andoni Zubizarreta believes his club will have a tough time trying to overcome Manchester City.
The Catalans face the Premier League champions for the second successive season, after Barcelona won the tie 4-1 on aggregate last season.
"It is the same draw we had a year ago, it was a very difficult game and we are going to look forward to it. Manchester City have an outstanding squad with a very good coach, a very good team and are very competitive," the former goalkeeper told Eurosport
"We know all about them. They have been playing at a very high level and it is going to be difficult. Two great teams with incredible players and anything can happen.