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Jose Mourinho vs Pep Guardiola: who is Manchester's giant?
It has taken 10 months for Jose Mourinho’s rivalry with Pep Guardiola to come to the boil as they prepare to do battle in Thursday’s pivotal Manchester derby at the Etihad. [More]
Man United hero declares he was world's best
Rio Ferdinand believes he was the world's best centre back for four years during his time at Manchester United as he strived to better than the likes of John Terry and Sol Campell.  [More]
Rafa Benitez refuses to confirm he will be at Newcastle
Rafa Benitez is celebrating leading Newcastle back to the Premier League – but refused to say whether he would still be in charge of the North East club next season. [More]
Kyle Walker to decide on future at the end of the season
Tottenham defender Kyle Walker will discuss his future in the summer after holding talks with manager Mauricio Pochettino amid interest from the likes of Manchester City.. [More]
Scott Brown can win appeal, says Celtic's Patrick Roberts
Patrick Roberts insists Andy Halliday’s escape from a red card at Hampden should give Scott Brown hope of being freed to play at Ibrox on Saturday. [More]
Rangers youngsters will learn lesson, says Graeme Murty
Myles Beerman may not realise it yet, but he will one day be grateful for the Hampden torment he suffered at the feet of Patrick Roberts, according to Rangers youth boss Graeme Murty. [More]
Neil Lennon believes Hibernian are Scotland's second best
Hibs earned praise for fighting back from 2-0 down but a livid Lennon dismissed the praise, describing their display as ‘pathetic’ before declaring his side Scotland's second best. [More]
Watford interested in Bournemouth defender Steve Cook  
Watford are interested in Bournemouth central defender Steve Cook. The 25-year-old has been a regular for Eddie Howe’s side this season - and his displays have attracted the Hornets. [More]
Craig Shakespeare making plans for pre-season at Leicester
Craig Shakespeare has given the clearest indication yet he is in on course to become Leicester's permanent manager by revealing pre-season plans are under his command. [More]
Pep Guardiola is plotting a world record bid for Dele Alli
Alli, who cost Spurs just £5million from MK Dons in 2015, has become one of the hottest properties in world football, with the likes of Real Madrid interested in the English youngster. [More]
Manchester City join race for PSG defender Serge Aurier
Manchester City have discussed a potential move for Paris Saint-Germain right back Serge Aurier. The 24-year-old's representatives have sounded out a number of European clubs. [More]
Was Lionel Messi's the greatest Clasico performance ever?
Messi has put in many marvellous Clasico performances but was Sunday night's the best? With so many famous names to chose from Sportsmail picks the 10 greatest derby displays. [More]
Newcastle shift focus to late Championship title charge
Having led the league for much of the season, Newcastle now trail leaders Brighton by four points with two matches left to play before the pair move together into the Premier League. [More]
Inter confine players to training camp and back Pioli
Inter Milan's players will be confined to their training ground for the rest of the week after what the club described as an unacceptable Serie A defeat at Fiorentina on Saturday. [More]
Newcastle 4-1 Preston: Toon back in the Premier League
CRAIG HOPE AT ST JAMES' PARK: The DVD review of this season is unlikely to be a bestseller, even in these parts. In fact, ‘Job Done’ would perhaps be the most appropriate title. [More]
Liverpool stars attend Lucas Leiva's dinner
The Liverpool stars of the present and legends of the past were out in force to pay tribute to one of the club's most popular players, with Lucas Leiva celebrating ten years with the Reds.  [More]
Hazard, Cahill and Azpilicueta to lead Chelsea after Terry
Chelsea are developing a new tier of dressing room leadership to ensure a smooth transition when club captain John Terry leaves next month at the end of his contract. [More]
Marseille target Olivier Giroud and Laurent Koscielny
Marseille are keen on signing Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud as part of a summer overhaul though their efforts could prove in vain. Team-mate Laurent Koscielny has also been discussed. [More]
Tony Adams wants Nigel Reo-Coker and Kieran at Granada
Granada head coach Tony Adams have revealed that former Premier League duo Nigel Reo-Coker and Kieran Richardson will be offered contracts in the summer. [More]
Eibar 0-1 Athletic Bilbao: Raul Garcia nets winner
Athletic moved up into sixth in the La Liga table thanks to a late volley from former Atletico Madrid midfielder Garcia, with eighth-placed Eibar now six points adrift of their rivals. [More]
Mick Channon speaks about old friend Alan Ball
Half seven in the morning. Mick Channon is sitting at a desk in the office of his palatial West Ilsley stables. A force of nature, he’s been merrily swearing away for the last couple of hours. [More]
Aston Villa calls on FA to act on Paul Robinson punch
Aston Villa owner Tony Xia has called on the Football Association to take action after video emerged of Paul Robinson appearing to kick and throw a punch at James Chester. [More]
Conte says league win would be his proudest moment 
Antonio Conte says it would be the finest achievement of his career to clinch the title with Chelsea — and claimed the prize would be heading to Manchester if it was all about money. [More]
Herrera calls Manchester derby the game of the season
United can climb above City into the top four with five games of the Premier League campaign to go if they win at the Etihad, and the magnitude of the occasion is not lost on Herrera. [More]
Pescara 1-4 Roma: Kevin Strootman sparks three goal blitz
Three goals in the space of five minutes either side of half-time ensured the points went back to Rome as the capital club kept their slim hopes of denying Juve a sixth straight Serie A title alive. [More]
Daniel Sturridge could miss the rest of the season
Jurgen Klopp's squad is seriously depleted as Liverpool head into the final four games of the campaign and the latest issue to derail Sturridge has added to the manager's concerns. [More]
Petr Cech says Arsenal have proven theyaren't chokers
Sunday's win over City at Wembley - secured after extra-time at the national stadium - provided manager Arsene Wenger's men with a huge boost going into the final weeks of the season. [More]
FIFA heads for sponsorship crisis ahead of 2018 World Cup
CHARLES SALE - SPORTS AGENDA: Last year the world football's ruling body made a loss of £289million and 23 backers still have to be found for a sponsorship model that has 34 slot. [More]
Newcastle United v Preston, Championship RESULT
After 43 games, the promised land is within reach for Newcastle United. Victory for the Magpies on Monday night against Preston North End will see them promoted to the Premier League. [More]
Newcastle bounce back: The dates that shaped their destiny
Phase one of Rafa Benitez's Newcastle redevelopment was completed on Monday night when his team beat Preston 4-1 at St James' Park to achieve promotion to the Premier League. [More]
Roma appoint Monchi as sporting director
Roma have named Ramon Rodriguez 'Monchi', who is widely regarded as the architect of Sevilla's recent success, as their sporting director. [More]
Leyton Orient players finally paid March salaries
Leyton Orient players have finally been paid their March salaries on another eventful day for the crisis club when Barry Hearn quit as honorary president in protest of the ownership. [More]
Liverpool will beat United to top four, says Rodgers
Former Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has backed his old club to beat Manchester United to a coveted top four spot in the Premier League this season. [More]
Michail Antonio insists West Ham are close to Europe
Michail Antonio believes West Ham are just a handful of new signings away from challenging for European football next season. He also offered an update on his bid to return to fitness. [More]
Anthony Martial dons Man Utd colours ahead of derby match
Anthony Martial nailed his colours to Manchester United's mast ahead of Thursday's derby match against City by wearing a bright red jumper and trainers.  [More]
Lionel Messi El Clasico goal celebration turns into memes
Lionel Messi came up trumps in La Liga once again after scoring a dramatic last-gasp winner for Barcelona against arch rivals Real Madrid at the Bernabeu on Sunday night. [More]
Celtic academy boss Tommy McIntyre hails Callum McGregor
Celtic academy boss Tommy McIntyre reckons Callum McGregor has become a shining example to his fresh-faced Hoops hopefuls. McGregor scored against Rangers on Sunday. [More]
Chelsea news: Conte wants more N'Golo Kante improvement
Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has warned N'Golo Kante that he must keep improving despite being named PFA Player of the Year on Sunday. The midfielder has enjoyed a stunning year at the Blues. [More]
Emre Can blasts 'stupid' Liverpool FC after Palace defeat
Emre Can has bluntly described Liverpool's loss to Crystal Palace as 'stupid' and accepted it has left their top four hopes hanging in the balance. [More]
Sergio Aguero set to make Manchester United derby clash
The striker was withdrawn early during the FA Cup semi-final defeat by Arsenal after taking a first half kick from Laurent Koscielny, sparking fears he would miss the visit of City's bitter rivals. [More]
Tottenham facing touch title test against Crystal Palace
Tottenham Hotspur's Premier League title aspirations face a severe test on Wednesday against a Crystal Palace side who manager Sam Allardyce says currently feel unbeatable. [More]
Atletico Madrid in court to challenge FIFA transfer ban
FIFA imposed a one-year ban on registering new players as punishment for Atletico breaking rules introduced to prevent child trafficking and luring youngsters from their home country. [More]
Leicester rule Wes Morgan out of Arsenal clash
Wes Morgan has been ruled out of Leicester’s trip to Arsenal on Wednesday night after the defender suffered a hamstring problem in last week's Champions League exit to Atletico Madrid. [More]
Alexandre Lacazette latest: Arsenal, Liverpool FC linked
Lyon are ready to 'go crazy' in their attempts to keep hold of highly sought-after Alexandre Lacazette this summer, according to club president Jean-Michel Aulas. [More]
Chelsea v Southampton: Team news, odds and stats
Chelsea will attempt to go seven points clear of Tottenham Hotspur at the top of the table when they host Southampton on Tuesday. Here is the team news ahead of the Premier League clash. [More]
Conte says Gabbiadini is 'one of the best in the world'
Antonio Conte will warn his Chelsea team to beware the magical left foot of Southampton striker Manolo Gabbiadini. [More]
Philipp Lahm desperate to win German Cup before retiring
Bayern Munich face Borussia Dortmund in the semi-finals on Wednesday night with the winners playing either Borussia Monchengladbach or Eintracht Frankfurt in the final. [More]
Leyton Orient suffer more misery as Barry Hearn quits
Barry Hearn has quit as Leyton Orient's honorary life president in protest at the club's failure to meet last month's payroll as chairman Francesco Becchetti has failed to pay his staff members. [More]
Cristiano Ronaldo BANS Georgina Rodriguez parties
Cristiano Ronaldo's girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez has been banned from hosting any parties, because her boyfriend thinks they are unlucky. [More]
Kylian Mbappe sparks Raymond Domenech & Nicolas Anelka war
Kylian Mbappe continued his sensational breakthrough season at Monaco when on Sunday he became the youngest player this century to hit 14 goals in one of Europe's top five leagues. [More]
Manchester United make contact over Antoine Griezmann deal
Atletico Madrid striker Antoine Griezmann has confirmed interest from Manchester United, City and Chelsea, as well as Barcelona and Real Madrid, his agent Eric Olhats has confirmed. [More]
Feyenoord players receive heroes' welcome from fans
Feyenoord beat Vitesse Arnhem 2-0 on Sunday afternoon away from home to move four points clear of second-placed Ajax with just two matches remaining in the Eredivisie. [More]
Arsenal news: Arsene Wenger can be best ever FA Cup boss
Arsene Wenger is just one win from becoming the FA Cup's most successful ever manager after Sunday's win over Manchester City. [More]
Arsenal stars break out of Arsene Wenger's office
With Arsenal languishing in seventh place in the Premier League, Arsene Wenger's team need to pull off something of a great escape to salvage their season. [More]
Juan Mata hints at return from groin injury
Juan Mata has suggested he could return before the end of the season to aid Manchester United's push for the Premier League top four and UEFA Europa League success. [More]
Mamadou Sakho explains Christian Benteke handshake
Crystal Palace defender Mamadou Sakho has defended his elaborate handshake with Chrisitan Benteke, which was executed after the striker scored against his parent club Liverpool. [More]
Leyton Orient staff forced to relocate as they await wages
Leyton Orient staff claim they have been forced out of their homes after owner Francesco Becchetti failed to pay wages for March following the club's relegation to the non-League. [More]
Conte says he would rather lose than have a selfish player
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte says he would rather lose than have a selfish player in his team as he praised the 'amazing' ability of Southampton striker Manolo Gabbiadini. [More]
Danny Wilson says Rangers must lift themselves up
Danny Wilson has promised the Rangers supporters his side will not make the same mistakes they made at Hampden when Celtic visit Ibrox on Saturday afternoon in the Scottish Premiership. [More]
Sergio Ramos vs Gerard Pique: How did their rivalry start?
RIK SHARMA: It rumbles on, and on and on. Summing up the battle between Real Madrid and Barcelona in a microcosm, the rivalry between Sergio Ramos and Gerard Pique is long and spiky. [More]
Rafa Benitez has grand vision for Newcastle United
On Monday night, with victory against Preston in front of yet another sell-out crowd of 52,000 at St James' Park, phase one of his redevelopment will complete. Newcastle will be back in the big time. [More]
Newcastle United show interest in Jay Rodriguez
Newcastle United are showing interest in Southampton striker Jay Rodriguez. The 27-year-old, who has two years left on his contract, is a target for West Brom with Tony Pulis a confirmed admirer. [More]
Arsenal defender Laurent Koscielny hails new formation
Arsenal defender Laurent Koscielny believes playing three at the back in recent weeks has given the team a new lease of life under boss Arsene Wenger. [More]
Oriol Romeu 'almost as good as Chelsea star N'Golo Kante'
Claude Puel believes Southampton midfielder Oriol Romeu is 'not far off' the standard of newly-crowned PFA player of the year N'Golo Kante ahead of the Premier League trip to Chelsea. [More]
Lyon 1-2 Monaco: Falcao and Mbappe hit top spot in Ligue 1
A little over 24 hours after PSG beat Montpellier to nose in front, Monaco retook top spot on goal difference with their 25th win of the campaign - and they still have a game in hand on the capital club. [More]
Chelsea legends Lampard and Gudjohnsen reunite with Terry
Chelsea captain John Terry may be looking towards the future after announcing his imminent departure from Stamford Bridge, but the veteran defender spent time reliving the glory days on Sunday night. [More]
Man Utd: Zlatan Ibrahimovic will have surgery in America
Zlatan Ibrahimovic is set to undergo surgery in America on Wednesday after rupturing the cruciate ligament in his right knee. He will be treated by Pittsburgh-based surgeon Dr Freddie Fu. [More]
Chelsea news: Marcos Alonso ready for Southampton
Marcos Alonso has declared himself ready to face Southampton on Tuesday having finally overcome the effects of a sickness bug that ruled him out of a clash at Manchester United. [More]
Claudio Ranieri puts modest Leicester house on the market
The Italian lived in the five-bedroom house during the Foxes' incredible title-winning season, but he was sacked in February after a disastrous start to the current campaign. [More]
Lionel Messi FaceTime's Barcelona star Neymar to celebrate
He may have been banned for Barcelona's win over Real Madrid on Sunday, but Neymar still made it to the Bernabeu for El Clasico on Sunday night. [More]
Arsenal players want to win FA Cup for Arsene Wenger
Aaron Ramsey hopes Arsenal can win the FA Cup for manager Arsene Wenger after coming from behind to reach the final at Manchester City's expense. [More]
Bertrand: Saints' Van Dijk is No 1 in the Premier League
Ryan Bertrand has lavished praise on his Southampton team-mate Virgil van Dijk, labelling him one of the best defenders in the world. The Dutchman has been linked with a move away. [More]
Patrick Roberts lucky to escape injury after horror tackle
Celtic winger Patrick Roberts admits he is relieved he did not sustain serious damage after Andy Halliday's wild lunge in the third minute of Sunday's Old Firm Cup semi-final. [More]
Man City striker Sergio Aguero releases unique derby boots
Manchester City may be anxiously waiting to see if Sergio Aguero will be fit to face United on Thursday evening, but Puma appear to believe he is raring to go after launching a special football boot for the game. [More]
Luis Suarez hails Barcelona star Lionel Messi as best ever
Luis Suarez, Neymar and Lionel Messi rubbed salt into the wounds of Real Madrid by recreating the Argentine's celebration the morning after Barcelona's stunning win. [More]
Hartlepool sack Dave Jones after Jeff Stelling rant
Jeff Stelling's plea for Dave Jones to leave Hartlepool has been granted after the manager left by mutual consent on Monday. Matthew Bates taking over for the club's last two games of the season. [More]
Lionel Messi winner will mean nothing if Barca flop title
PETE JENSON: Marcelo had elbowed him in the face, Casemiro had chopped him down at every turn and Sergio Ramos had tackled him so high, Messi had to hurdle him to avoid contact. [More]
Yaya Toure wants to play Manchester United without a ref
Yaya Toure has complained about refereeing standards following Manchester City's controversial FA Cup semi-final loss to Arsenal. The Gunners won 2-1 at Wembley. [More]
Lionel Messi is 'best player in history', says Enrique 
Barcelona boss Luis Enrique declared Lionel Messi 'the best player in history' after the Argentina star's last-minute winner at Real Madrid blew open the La Liga title race. [More]
Frantisek Rajtoral found dead in suspected suicide
Czech international Frantisek Rajtoral has died at the age of 31, with reports from his club in Turkey suggesting suicide. [More]
Lionel Messi vs Cristiano Ronaldo: Who's better?
The debate over who is better out of Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo continues to be argued so we have asked our reporters who they would rather pay to watch. [More]
Jurgen Klopp demands Liverpool FC play 'serious football'
A 2-1 defeat at by Crystal Palace dealt a blow to Liverpool's Champions League qualification hopes as it opened the door for both Manchester United and Arsenal to finish in the top four. [More]
Swindon Town were relegated... but you wouldn't know it
It is now 48 hours since Swindon were relegated from League One, but you wouldn't know it from the club's official channels. [More]
PSV fans let off smoke bombs as their team downs Ajax
Home fans let off the bomb, that caused the game to be paused for five minutes and saw five people taken to hospital with breathing injuries, in protest against banning orders. [More]
Swansea striker Fernando Llorente targets more goals
Swansea City striker Fernando Llorente is keen to score more goals in the club's four remaining Premier League games and help them avoid relegation, the Spaniard has said. [More]
Manchester City 'NEED' win over Manchester United
Manchester City must move on from Sunday's FA Cup semi-final loss to Arsenal and focus on getting a win in the Premier League derby against Manchester United, says Jesus Navas. [More]
Real Madrid 'not inferior' to Barcelona - Marcelo
Marcelo believes 'some mistakes and small details' were the difference during Barcelona's thrilling 3-2 victory over their fierce rivals Real Madrid on Sunday evening. [More]
Pep Guardiola has issues to fix at Manchester City
JACK GAUGHAN: Pep Guardiola has fallen well below expectations in his debut season at Manchester City and there are plenty of problems the manager needs to resolve in the close season. [More]
Referee Craig Pawson had an FA Cup semi-final to forget
GRAHAM POLL: Craig Pawson had a semi-final to forget and he wasn't helped by either of his assistants on key incidents. Both sides had valid claims for a penalty in the first-half. [More]
Sergio Ramos complains about 'excessive' red card
Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos believes his red card in Sunday night's Clasico with Barcelona for a rash challenge on Lionel Messi was 'excessive'. [More]
John Terry is no Judas for leaving Chelsea for new club
MARTIN SAMUEL: Captain, leader, legend… Judas? Is that how John Terry is destined to be remembered, if he has the temerity to seek a career beyond his Chelsea years? [More]
Sergio Garcia parades his green jacket at El Clasico
Garcia finally secured his first major championship victory at Augusta earlier this month after seeing off English golfer Justin Rose in a tense sudden-death play-off. [More]
Liverpool FC in big fight for top four - Jamie Carragher
Liverpool are in a 'big fight' with Manchester United, City and Arsenal to qualify for the Champions League after Crystal Palace won 2-1 at Anfield, according to Jamie Carragher. [More]
David Beckham receives PFA Merit 2017 award
David Beckham has received the Professional Footballers' Association Merit award for his achievements for club and country. Beckham won 115 senior caps for England. [More]
Turkish minnows attack reporter and cameraman
Basaksehir's fairytale season took a turn for the worse on Saturday after several players attacked a reporter and his cameraman following the 3-3 draw against Caykur Rizespor. [More]
Liverpool FC news: Christian Benteke returns to haunt Reds
DOMINIC KING AT ANFIELD: Benteke scored two, might have had another, and, more than anything, left Jurgen Klopp fretting about the implications. [More]
Liverpool FC have a dire record against bottom-half teams
If Liverpool drop out of the top four and fail the qualify for next season's Champions League, they won't have to search too far for the reason why. It's their miserable record against the bottom half. [More]
Ashley Cole scores own goal as Los Angeles Galaxy lose
Former England international Ashley Cole scored an own goal as Los Angeles Galaxy's tough start to the MLS campaign continued with a 3-0 loss to Seattle Sounders. [More]
Arsenal news: Arsene Wenger dodges questions about future
Arsene Wenger roared with joy and relief on Sunday as his Arsenal side set up a mouth-watering FA Cup final showdown with Chelsea next month. Wenger may finally sign a new deal. [More]
Arsenal news: Alexis Sanchez secures FA Cup final spot
MARTIN SAMUEL AT WEMBLEY: If this was one of Alexis Sanchez’s last meaningful acts for Arsenal, it may be the one that preserves Arsene Wenger as manager. [More]
N'Golo Kante crowned PFA Player of the Year Award 2017
The Frenchman, who is on course to win a second successive Premier League title after also being part of the Leicester side which upset the odds last season, secured the most votes from his peers. [More]
Mamadou Sakho celebrates Benteke goal as Liverpool FC lose
Christian Benteke stole the show as Crystal Palace shocked at Anfield. The on-field action was engrossing, so don't worry if you missed the game's finer details, Sportsmail has you covered. [More]
Sergio Ramos red card: Real Madrid man sees El Clasico red
Lionel Messi's last-minute winner breathed life into the title race and with everything happening on the pitch it would have been easy to miss the finer details, but fear not Sportsmail did not. [More]
Real Madrid 2-3 Barcelona: Messi scores dramatic winner
PETE JENSON AT THE SANTIAGO BERNABEU: Barcelona breathed fresh life into their La Liga title hopes as Lionel Messi scored a last-minute winner against 10-man Real Madrid. [More]
How Chelsea are showing the spirit of winners
MATT BARLOW: Andre Villas-Boas was ridiculed when he dared to ask Chelsea’s substitutes to celebrate the goals. It is one thing to issue orders, and another to conjure the spirit to make it happen. [More]
Redknapp: Tottenham still lack that killer instinct
JAMIE REDKNAPP: When I saw Chelsea's team sheet on Saturday I thought this was Tottenham's chance to eradicate their 'nearly-men' tag. They were there for the taking. [More]
David Beckham praises PFA Player of the Year N'Golo Kante
David Beckham revealed his admiration for 'special' duo N'Golo Kante and Dele Alli after they were respectively named the Professional Footballers' Association Player and Young player of the year. [More]
Man United news: Ibrahimovic posts defiant message to fans
Ibrahimovic was ruled out for the remainder of the season after suffering significant knee ligament damage during the 2-1 win over Anderlecht in midweek. [More]
Sergio Ramos reignites war of words with Gerard Pique
PETE JENSON AT THE BERNABEU: Gerard Pique and Sergio Ramos continued their feud on Sunday night long after the final whistle was blown on an extraordinary Clasico. [More]
Dele Alli wins PFA Young Player of the Year 2017
The 21-year-old England star has again been in scintillating form for the north London club this season as they challenge Chelsea for the Premier League title. [More]
Liverpool Ladies leave new kit at home but still win
Liverpool Ladies won their Spring Series opener at Yeovil - as they were forced to wear the hosts' away kit. The visitors recovered from that early setback to seal a convincing 4-1 victory. [More]
'Aberdeen are within touching distance of finest season'
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes believes that another major honour - paired with outstripping all sides bar Celtic in the league - would represent the upper limits of the club's capability. [More]
Leipzig lose ground on Bundesliga leaders Bayern Munich
Leipzig missed the chance to gain ground on Bundesliga leaders Bayern Munich after they were held to a 1-1 draw against Schalke on Sunday. [More]
Moussa Dembele to undergo scan on hamstring injury
Celtic earned a tilt at their first domestic Treble in 16 years as goals from Callum McGregor and Scott Sinclair eased them to a one-sided semi-final victory over Rangers at Hampden. [More]
Hartlepool set to axe Dave Jones after Barnet defeat
Hartlepool have picked up just two points from their last seven games and fell into the relegation zone after the 2-0 home defeat by Barnet. They are now two points off Newport with two matches left. [More]
Lionel Messi wins El Clasico with 500th goal for Barcelona
Lionel Messi scored his 500th goal for Barcelona as Luis Enrique's side came from behind to claim a vital win against Real Madrid in El Clasico on Sunday. [More]
Neymar cheers on Barcelona vs Real Madrid in El Clasico
The Brazil international was forced to watch on from home as Luis Enrique's side claimed a 3-2 win at the Bernabeu, after serving the second game of his three-match domestic ban. [More]
Lincoln City secure promotion back to Football League
For most of those involved with Lincoln City it still probably hasn’t sunk in. Promotion back to the Football League after a six-year absence was the aim for Danny and Nicky Cowley. [More]
Manchester United vs Burnley: Six things you missed
With all the action on the pitch during Sunday's clash at Turf Moor, you might have missed some of the events taking place on the periphery. But fear not, we have it covered. Thank us later. [More]
Man Utd players wear t-shirts in Zlatan and Rojo tribute
Jose Mourinho believes Manchester United's veteran striker Zlatan Ibrahmovic faces a 'really hard' challenge to overcome a serious knee ligament injury at the age of 35. [More]
Paul Pogba injury: Man United star hobbles off at Burnley
Jose Mourinho fears Paul Pogba will miss the Manchester derby after the world’s most-expensive footballer limped off in Sunday’s 2-0 win at Burnley. [More]
Manchester United owe Monaco after Anthony Martial goal
Manchester United will have to write Monaco a cheque for £8.5million after Anthony Martial scored his 25th goal for the club at Burnley. [More]
Man Utd news: Martial and Rooney show life after Zlatan
CHRIS WHEELER AT TURF MOOR: Anthony Martial provided a reminder of his qualities, scoring one and helping set up another as United moved to within one point of Manchester City. [More]
Gareth Bale injury: Real Madrid ace limps off vs Barcelona
Gareth Bale hobbled off in the first-half of Real Madrid's top-of-the-table clash with Barcelona at the Bernabeu after a recurrence of a leg injury which had ruled him out of the past two matches.  [More]
Lionel Messi saves Barcelona with blood on his face
The night starts with Messi and it ends with Messi too, and in between? It’s Messi and 21 more, dancing over the pristine Bernabeu pitch, delivering the game of the season. [More]
Juventus move closer to sixth consecutive Serie A title
Juventus took a giant leap towards securing an historic sixth consecutive Serie A title by thrashing hapless Genoa 4-0 in Turin on Sunday night. The Serie A giants are now 11 points clear. [More]
Liverpool's Jurgen Klopp unhappy with Benteke defending
Philippe Coutinho gave the Reds the lead in the 24th minute but Benteke once again haunted his former club, finishing a swift counter from close-range then nodding home a second-half corner. [More]
Guardiola backs side to bounce ahead of Manchester derby
SAMI MOKBEL AT WEMBLEY: Pep Guardiola has urged Manchester City to bounce back from their FA Cup exit ahead of Thursday’s vital Manchester derby. [More]
Former Chelsea midfielder Diarra set to join Al Jazira
Former Chelsea and Arsenal midfielder Lassana Diarra is set to join Al Jazira in the United Arab Emirates. Diarra's contract with Marseille was terminated in February. [More]
Arsenal 2-1 Manchester City AET - PLAYER RATINGS
SAMI MOKBEL AT WEMBLEY: Arsenal came from behind to dump Manchester City out of the FA Cup and set up a meeting in the final with Chelsea. [More]
Why was Sergio Aguero's 'goal' against Arsenal disallowed?
Manchester City saw a goal controversially disallowed in the first-half of their FA Cup semi-final with Arsenal after a Leroy Sane cross was adjudged to have swung out of play. [More]
EL CLASICO PLAYER RATINGS: Real Madrid 2-3 Barcelona
RIK SHARMA AT THE BERNABEU: Barcelona blew the La Liga title race wide open with a pulsating 3-2 victory over arch-rivals Real Madrid. Sportsmail rates both sets of players from the league clash. [More]
Leyton Orient plunge into uncertain future with relegation
Leyton Orient's 112-year membership of the Football League came to an end on Saturday with the crisis club facing an uncertain future. The club remain in deep financial trouble. [More]
Marco Silva: Abel Hernandez can fill boots of Oumar Niasse
Hull City manager Marco Silva says Uruguay striker Abel Hernandez can fill the boots of Oumar Niasse, who is set to miss the next three games after his straight red card on Saturday. [More]
Eddie Howe reveals net change inspired Bournemouth rout
Eddie Howe has revealed a switch to white nets was behind Bournemouth’s goal-rush against Middlesbrough. Howe’s assistant Jason Tindall had the brain wave last month. [More]
Spurs star Kane: We'll try to win league for Ugo Ehiogu
Harry Kane insists Tottenham will try to win the Premier League for Ugo Ehiogu after they were beaten by Chelsea in the FA Cup semi-final. [More]
Leon Britton gives Swansea team-mates a history lesson
For Leon Britton, the pressures of a relegation battle are nothing new. The Swansea captain played in the 4-2 victory over Hull that preserved Swansea’s Football League status in 2003. [More]
West Ham news: Slaven Bilic insists hip is not a problem
Slaven Bilic could need up to six weeks to recover from his hip operation in the summer but West Ham’s manager has promised he will continue to conduct business ahead of next season. [More]
Thibaut Courtois hails Chelsea's medics
MATT BARLOW: Thibaut Courtois feared his season was over when he twisted his ankle playing basketball and has hailed Chelsea's medics for getting him fit for the FA Cup semi-final. [More]
Manchester derby will be big test for Guardiola
IAN LADYMAN AT WEMBLEY: No manager can be expected to win a trophy every season. Nor should it have been a given that Pep Guardiola would win one in his first year in England. [More]
Real Madrid v Barcelona El Clasico, LA LIGA LIVE score
Lionel Messi stunned the Bernabeu with the last kick of the game to win El Clasico for Barcelona and breathe fresh life into the title race. [More]
PFA Player of the Year Awards 2017: WATCH RESULTS LIVE
The Premier League's biggest stars will descend on London on Sunday evening as the Professional Footballers' Association hands out its awards for the 2016-17 season. [More]
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain: Arsenal owe fans FA Cup final
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain admitted Arsenal's players owed the fans after booking a spot in the FA Cup final with a 2-1 win over Manchester City. He claimed Man of the Match. [More]
Six things you missed from Arsenal 2-1 Manchester City
Sportsmail takes you through the things you may have missed as Arsenal came from behind to beat Manchester City 2-1 and book their place in the FA Cup final. [More]
Rafael Benitez spells out simple message to Newcastle
The Magpies will be promoted at the first time of asking if they beat Preston at St James' Park on Monday evening, and still have an outside chance of overhauling Brighton to snatch the title. [More]
Aston Villa 1-0 Birmingham City: Match report
LAURIE WHITWELL AT VILLA PARK: Not even Harry Redknapp has the answer to Gabby Agbonlahor in a Second City derby, it transpires. Birmingham could still be relegated. [More]
Liverpool 1-2 Crystal Palace, EPL RESULT
Liverpool suffered a huge setback in their pursuit of a top four spot after slipping to a 2-1 defeat to Crystal Palace on Sunday afternoon thanks to a Christian Benteke double at Anfield. [More]
AC Milan 1-2 Empoli: Suso misses from the spot
Suso missed a penalty as the new era at AC Milan continued without a win, as they were beaten 2-1 by Empoli at the San Siro. Milan are without a win since Silvio Berlusconi's reign ended. [More]
Toulouse 1-1 Nice: Mario Balotelli can't secure the win
Mario Balotelli's Nice drew 1-1 away to Toulouse on Sunday, dealing another blow to their already slim chances of winning the French title with four games remaining this season. [More]
Arsenal v Man City, FA Cup semi-final RESULT score
Alexis Sanchez was the hero for Arsenal as the Chilean star struck from close-range in extra-time to seal victory at Wembley, as the Gunners came from behind to reach the FA Cup final. [More]
St Etienne fans storm stadium in behind closed doors game
Sunday's Ligue 1 game between St Etienne and Stade Rennais was interrupted after local fans managed to get into the stadium. The referee was forced to stop the match temporarily. [More]
Napoli 2-2 Sassuolo: Report
Arkadiusz Milik scored his first goal since his lengthy injury layoff but it wasn't enough to prevent Napoli from drawing 2-2 at Sassuolo on Sunday and missing the chance to move second in Serie A. [More]
PFA Award 2017: Eden Hazard tips Chelsea star N'Golo Kante
Eden Hazard believes N'Golo Kante deserves to be voted PFA Player of the Year and has promised to share the award with his Chelsea team-mate if he beats him to it. [More]
Harry Redknapp has a sly dig at Gabby Agbonlahor
Agbonlahor featured for the first time since suffering a hamstring injury on January 21 and scored his fifth career goal against Birmingham to deepen relegation fears for Redknapp’s new team. [More]
Burnley 0-2 Man Utd, EPL LIVE SCORE
Manchester United kept within touching distance of the Premier League top four with a routine win away from home at Burnley thansk to goals from Anthony Martial and Wayne Rooney. [More]
Romelu Lukaku to Manchester United: Koeman warns striker
Ronald Koeman believes that Everton have the resources to keep Romelu Lukaku, despite interest from Manchester United and the striker's dreams of Champions League football. [More]
Bojan Krkic is seventh player to score in top four leagues
Bojan is currently on loan at Bundesliga club Mainz and the 26-year-old bagged his first goal for the club just minutes into the 2-2 draw with Bayern Munich. [More]
Barcelona fly into Madrid for El Clasico Real Madrid tie
Barca head to the capital in search of an away win which would blow the La Liga title race wide open. Victory at the Bernabeu would move Enrique's side top of the table on goal difference. [More]
Real Madrid vs Barcelona XI: Who makes our dream team?
Ahead of Sunday night's crucial Clasico meeting at the Bernabeu, PETE JENSON has selected a combined team of players from the two rivals based on their form this season. [More]
Scott Brown hails 'professional' Celtic display
Scott Brown applauded a 'professional performance' as Celtic set up a William Hill Scottish Cup final clash with Aberdeen following a 2-0 semi-final victory over Rangers at Hampden Park. [More]
Tom Carroll vows to fight until end in relegation fight
Tom Carroll has promised relegation rivals Hull that Swansea will fight to the bitter end to stay in the Premier League. Carroll was on target as Swansea beat Stoke 2-0 at home on Saturday. [More]
Celtic 2-0 Rangers: Hoops into the Scottish Cup final 
STEPHEN McGOWAN AT HAMPDEN PARK: For Celtic an elusive treble is now edging closer. Aberdeen await in the Scottish Cup Final on May 27, the last barrier to a domestic sweep. [More]
Rangers vs Celtic, Scottish Cup semi-final LIVE score
Rangers and Celtic meet in the semi-finals of the Scottish Cup at Hampden Park in a high noon Old Firm showdown. Join ADAM SHERGOLD for all the action as it happens. [More]
Aston Villa pay emotional tribute to Ugo Ehiogu
Ugo Ehiogu made his name at Villa Park where the former defender won two League Cups and played in an FA Cup final during more than 300 appearances over nine years at the club. [More]
Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea's house for sale
The Spanish goalkeeper, who joined United from Atletico Madrid in 2011, has regularly been linked with a return to his home city, with a proposed deal breaking down in 2015 due to paperwork issues. [More]
Andy Halliday lucky to stay on the pitch against Celtic
Rangers' Scottish Cup semi-final clash with Celtic was always destined to be a feisty affair and midfielder Andy Halliday was quick to make sure it lived up to its billing. [More]
FA Cup can't make up for Arsenal's failings, says Henry
Arsene Wenger may be hoping Sunday's FA Cup semi-final clash with Manchester City will save Arsenal's season but club legend Thierry Henry does not believe it can. [More]
Swindon DoF Tim Sherwood claims his role 'was not a job'
Tim Sherwood was given total control of footballing matters when he arrived, with Swindon owner Lee Power saying at the time that his arrival was 'one of the biggest signings this club has ever made'. [More]
Aaron Ramsey still has important role, says Arsene Wenger
Arsene Wenger believes Aaron Ramsey could become Arsenal's answer to Frank Lampard if he can shake off his injury troubles. Ramsey has started just eight league games this season. [More]
Ugo Ehiogu's death a 'big loss for the Tottenham family'
There was an outpouring of grief as tributes were paid to Ehiogu in the hours after news of his death was announced, with those tributes continuing on Saturday as games kicked-off. [More]
Cesc Fabregas: Spurs win does not help Chelsea title bid
Chelsea beat Spurs 4-2 at Wembley in the FA Cup on Saturday, but Fabregas is wary of Mauricio Pochettino's men, who sit four points behind with six games to play. [More]
Benfica draw with Sporting marred by supporter death
Defender Victor Lindelof scored from a free kick for Benfica to draw at Sporting Lisbon 1-1, ensuring the defending champions maintain their lead of the Portuguese league on Saturday. [More]
Hibernian boss Neil Lennon labels his players pathetic
Neil Lennon accused his players of re-releasing the worst of their ‘boy band’ efforts as Hibernian crashed out of the William Hill Scottish Cup to Aberdeen courtesy of a late own goal. [More]
The North-South divide that could really split the game
OLIVER HOLT: Most Manchester United fans say they do not care that Jose Mourinho has not put down any roots in the city. They say drawing attention to it is just the Press being parochial and mischievous. [More]
Espanyol 0-1 Atletico: Antoine Griezmann scores 100th goal
Antoine Griezmann's 16th La Liga goal of the season - and 100th of his career in Spain - was enough to allow Atletico Madrid to strengthen their grip on the final automatic Champions League place. [More]
Neymar will NOT feature for Barcelona in El Clasico
The Catalans, who take on their fierce rivals in El Clasico on Sunday, had lodged an appeal against Neymar's three-match ban - picked up following a red card against Malaga earlier this month. [More]
Lazar Markovic thanks Hull fans after win over Watford
The Serbia international broke the deadlock after the interval as Hull overcame the controversial first-half dismissal of Oumar Niasse, with Sam Clucas crashing home the second nine minutes later. [More]
PFA Player of the Year Award retains its importance
To be voted the best of the best by your peers - the players you line up alongside and against every week - really is to be paid the ultimate compliment. [More]
West Ham 0-0 Everton: Romelu Lukaku draws a blank
SAMI MOKBEL AT LONDON STADIUM: No goals. Two shots on target - one of those pea-roller. A point a piece - but to be honest - neither side even deserved that. [More]
Liverpool winger Ryan Kent in line for summer move
Liverpool winger Ryan Kent is a summer target for Bournemouth, Brighton and Leeds United having impressed on loan at Barnsley this season in the Championship, making 42 appearances. [More]
Manchester United arrive at team hotel ahead of Burnley
Jose Mourinho's men have been dealt a cruel blow as serious injuries ruled out both their star striker and key defender Marcos Rojo this week, but will be determined to bounce back. [More]
Manchester United to bring defender Michael Keane back
Manchester United are set to welcome back £20m defender Michael Keane to Old Trafford this summer by exploiting the sell-on clause they agreed with Burnley when he moved to Turf Moor. [More]
Lucas Leiva has made himself a local hero at Liverpool
JOE BERNSTEIN: Lucas has played in the Premier League with 114 different players from 34 different countries in his 10-season stint with Liverpool and is the club's current longest-serving player. [More]
West Ham keeping tabs on Fleetwood goalkeeper Alex Cairns
The London Stadium side are looking to bring in new keepers this summer and see 24-year-old Cairns as one who can develop and increase competition for the first team. [More]
Burnley defender Ben Mee will test family loyalties
Ben Mee faces a family split when he tries to help Burnley move closer to Premier League survival with victory over Manchester United. [More]
Liverpool and Southampton watch £6m-rated Henry Onyekuru
Henry Onyekuru, who is also a target for West Bromwich Albion and Celtic, scored in his side's 3-3 draw at Kortrijk in the Belgian league's Europa League play-offs on Saturday. [More]
Brighton boss Hughton put forward for freedom of the city
Brighton boss Chris Hughton and chairman Tony Bloom are being put forward for the freedom of the city following promotion to the Premier League for the first time in their history. [More]
Pedro Caixinha claims he is nobody next to Brendan Rodgers
Rangers boss Pedro Caixinha has claimed he is 'no-one' in comparison to Brendan Rodgers but declared himself ready to defeat the Celtic manager in the William Hill Scottish Cup semi final. [More]
Zlatan Ibrahimovic to visit world's top knee specialist
Zlatan Ibrahimovic is to visit one of the world’s top knee specialists in America in a bid to rescue his career following a ruptured cruciate suffered in the Europa League clash with Anderlecht. [More]
Crystal Palace boss Sam Allardyce wants Mamadou Sakho deal
Sam Allardyce believes Crystal Palace are only one win away from securing their Premier League status — and he plans to open talks with Mamadou Sakho as soon as safety is sealed. [More]
Julian Speroni talks about his 13 years at Crystal Palace
Julian Speroni, born and raised in Buenos Aires, can recall the moment he understood life was different in south London to South America, as he found himself in fancy dress at a Christmas party. [More]
Brendan Rodgers: Celtic have had a 'brilliant season'
Brendan Rodgers insists his Celtic squad won’t deserve to be bracketed with previous Treble fails if Rangers cause a William Hill Scottish Cup shock on Sunday. [More]
Gareth Bale hands Real Madrid boost ahead of El Clasico
Gareth Bale has recovered from a calf strain and will play a part in Sunday night's 'Clasico' – the game that could take him within touching distance of his first Spanish league title. [More]
Wigan want to rehire former boss Uwe Rosler from Fleetwood
Wigan – who have sacked two managers Gary Caldwell and Warren Joyce this season – have made it clear Uwe Rosler is on the top of their wishlist following a season of struggle. [More]
Troy Deeney accuses Watford of playing 'like it was FIFA'
Troy Deeney admitted Watford played like it was a game of FIFA during their 2-0 defeat by 10-man Hull on Saturday and went over to apologise to the travelling fans after the game. [More]
Georginio Wijnaldum braced for Crystal Palace battle
Liverpool end a trilogy of Premier League battles against Crystal Palace on Sunday having emerged victorious from their last two tough challenges against Stoke City and West Brom. [More]
Harry Redknapp gets inside track on Birmingham City
Harry Redknapp may have taken the Birmingham job 'blind' but he has since been shown the way by the ideal guide. Gary Rowett has given Redknapp the full debrief on the team he once managed. [More]
Man City boss Pep Guardiola: Losing has made me better
Manchester City's Pep Guardiola has revealed how the unfamiliar feeling of losing matches in the Premier League this season has helped make him a better manager. [More]
Manchester United team-mates back Marcus Rashford to shine
Manchester United’s players are rallying around Marcus Rashford as the teenager takes on the giant responsibility of filling Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s shoes for the remainder of the season. [More]
West Brom express interest in Tottenham's Kevin Wimmer 
Tottenham bought Wimmer in 2015 but he has struggled to make an impression on the first team with Eric Dier, Jan Vertonghen and Toby Alderweireld dominating the centre-back positions. [More]
Alexis Sanchez is a step below Lionel Messi: Pep Guardiola
Sanchez will be the main threat to City in Sunday's FA Cup semi-final at Wembley with extra interest created by uncertainty over his future with just a year left on his contract. [More]
PSG 2-0 Montpellier: Edinson Cavani on target again
Striker Edinson Cavani scored his 44th goal of the season and created the second goal as Paris Saint-Germain beat Montpellier 2-0 to go top of the French league on Saturday. [More]
Steve Staunton and Bolo Zenden pay tribute to Ugo Ehiogu
Tributes from across the footballing world have flooded in for the late Ugo Ehiogu after the former England defender died on Friday after suffering a cardiac arrest. [More]
Leyton Orient crash out of Football League after 112 years
LEAGUE TWO ROUND-UP: Leyton Orient's 112-year stay in the Football League is over after a 3-0 defeat at Crewe but Newport moved out of the bottom two with a 1-0 win against Accrington. [More]
Frank Lampard revels in Chelsea win with jubliant fans
After watching Antonio Conte's side book their place in the final, Lampard found himself surrounded by supporters as he left Wembley. [More]
Jeff Stelling calls on boss to resign in on-air meltdown
Jeff Stelling called on Hartlepool United manager Dave Jones to step down and offered to resign from his role as the club's president during an on-air rant on Soccer Saturday. [More]
Oxlade-Chamberlain and Ramsey are our future, says Wenger
Arsene Wenger has challenged Aaron Ramsey and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to lead Arsenal for the next 10 years, in a bold appeal to the pair’s loyalty. [More]
Conte wants Chelsea to use Spurs win as title springboard
ROB DRAPER AT WEMBLEY: Conte is unhappy that TV scheduling means Chelsea play on Tuesday while Tottenham have an extra day’s rest before playing Crystal Palace. [More]
Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino wants to catch Chelsea
ADAM SHERGOLD AT WEMBLEY: Mauricio Pochettino vowed that his Tottenham Hotspur side would not give up in their pursuit of Chelsea at the top of the Premier League. [More]
Antonio Conte proves his doubters wrong with masterstroke
Just when everyone was starting to predict the crumbling of the empire he has built this season and question his judgment, he and his Chelsea team came roaring back at us all. [More]
Wembley curse comes back to haunt Tottenham
MATT BARLOW AT WEMBLEY: That sinking Wembley feeling is back for Spurs. Little wonder knees go all trembly at the prospect of the journey around the North Circular to this patch of turf. [More]
Chelsea v Tottenham FA Cup semi: six things you missed
Chelsea booked their place in the FA Cup final after an exhilarating 4-2 win over London rivals Tottenham at Wembley but here are the things you may have missed from a thrilling semi-final. [More]
Chelsea 4-2 Tottenham, FA Cup semi-final RESULT
Here was the contest we dared to hope for, the matching of the two best teams in the country in an exhilarating bout at this famous old venue. The only regret was that this was not the final. [More]
Tottenham's defeat by Chelsea will 'damage' title chances
Tottenham sit only four points behind Conte's side heading into the final six games of the season. But, having come from behind twice, they were beaten 4-2 by Antonio Conte's side at Wembley on Saturday. [More]
Chelsea 4-2 Tottenham: Hazard fires Blues into final
ROB DRAPER AT WEMBLEY: Here was the contest we dared to hope for, the matching of the two best teams in the country in an exhilarating bout at this famous old venue. [More]
Leroy Sane is the poster-boy of Pep's Man City revolution
JOE BERNSTEIN: The first thing you notice about Leroy Sane when he walks into the room is that he is taller than he appears on television. His features are delicate, framed by an Afro hairstyle [More]
Manchester City Women 1-3 Lyon Women
Whether the events of last week halt the trajectory that women’s football in this country is headed will not be discernible overnight, but one thing remains: there is catching up to do. [More]
Swindon relegated from League One after Scunthorpe defeat
LEAGUE ONE ROUND-UP: The Iron went 2-0 up through Murray Wallace's goal in the fifth minute and Sam Mantom's in the 71st, and despite Rohan Ince's reply the Robins were not able to save themselves. [More]
Newcastle move to within touching distance of promotion
CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND-UP: Newcastle could reach the Premier League on Monday, as defeats for both Huddersfield and Reading left them on the brink of promotion.  [More]
Chelsea star Eden Hazard was not surprised to be left out
Hazard was rested alongside fiery striker Diego Costa for Saturday's clash between the Premier League's top two sides at Wembley. Antonio Conte picked Willian in his place. [More]
Chelsea 4-2 Tottenham - PLAYER RATINGS: Willian shines
ADAM SHERGOLD AT WEMBLEY: Late goals from Eden Hazard and Nemanja Matric sealed a 4-2 victory for Chelsea over their London rivals in a rip-roaring FA Cup semi-final at Wembley. [More]
Ibrahimovic and Rojo to miss the rest of the season
Manchester United will be without key men Marcos Rojo and Zlatan Ibrahimovic for the rest of the season after confirming they have suffered 'significant knee ligament damage'. [More]
Swansea 2-0 Stoke City: Llorente and Carroll win it
ADAM CRAFTON AT THE LIBERTY STADIUM: Paul Clement thrust his arms out in front of him and screamed upwards to the heavens. He repeated the motion, twice, three times, four times [More]
Hull 2-0 Watford: Report
JOE BERNSTEIN AT KCOM STADIUM: Hull City overcame the first-half dismissal of striker Oumar Niasse to claim a famous victory and continue the remarkable home record of manager Marco Silva. [More]
Bournemouth 4-0 Middlesbrough: Match report
RIATH AL-SAMARRAI AT THE VITALITY STADIUM: There were moments in this debacle when Steve Agnew gestured for Middlesbrough to calm down. Perhaps he should give blind panic a go. [More]
Marouane Fellaini feels he is proving his doubters wrong
The midfielder heads into Sunday's Premier League clash at Burnley having already made more appearances for the club this season than in any campaign since his move from Everton in 2013. [More]
Bayern Munich 2-2 Mainz: Hosts twice come from behind
Bundesliga leaders Bayern Munich twice came from a goal down to struggle to a 2-2 draw against visitors Mainz on Saturday, but stayed nine points clear at the top with four matches remaining. [More]
West Ham 0-0 Everton - FIVE THINGS WE LEARNED
West Ham and Everton played out arguably the worst game of the season at the London Stadium. The two sides collectively managed just two shots on target in a goalless stalemate. [More]
Huddersfield 1-4 Fulham: Stefan Johansen nets a double
The four-goal dispatch moved the London club to within two points of Huddersfield – and also offers Newcastle the opportunity to clinch automatic promotion on Monday. [More]
Premier League LIVE scores, results and EPL updates
Swansea City and Hull City both triumphed 2-0 to keep their Premier League survival hopes alive but Middlesbrough suffered a nightmare weekend after losing 4-0 at Bournemouth. [More]
Russia World Cup 2018 ground opens with three red cards
Construction on the 69,000-seat arena, named simply the St. Petersburg Stadium, started in 2007 but was repeatedly delayed and experienced several scandals, including corruption cases. [More]
Hibernian 2-3 Aberdeen: Dons edge five-goal thriller
Adam Rooney scored after 13 seconds to send Aberdeen on their way to the William Hill Scottish Cup final - but only after a tremendous comeback from holders Hibernian. [More]
Aberdeen score 13 seconds into Scottish Cup semi-final
Neil Lennon's side were caught cold by their Premiership opponents, who flew out of the traps to take an early lead at Hampden Park on Saturday afternoon. [More]
Southampton's Gallagher target of Aston Villa, Sunderland
Southampton striker Sam Gallagher is being considered by Aston Villa, Sunderland, Wolves and Cardiff City. The 21-year-old has impressed on loan at Blackburn Rovers this season. [More]
Hector Bellerin shows off new look in Arsenal training
Hector Bellerin showed off his new haircut and appeared to be in high spirits as Arsenal put the finishing touches to their FA Cup semi-final preparations.  [More]
Wayne Rooney is still a top-class player, says Sean Dyche
Zlatan Ibrahimovic's absence through injury may lead to the 31-year-old club captain having a more prominent role in the team's final few fixtures - something Dyche was quick to highlight. [More]
Lincoln City 2-1 Macclesfield Town: Imps are promoted
TOM FARMERY AT SINCIL BANK: Lincoln City will return to the Football League after a six-year absence after defeating Macclesfield Town 2-1 to secure the National League title. [More]
Real Madrid ace Luka Modric wants to console Ivan Rakitic
Real Madrid welcome Barcelona to the Bernabeu on Sunday in a gargantuan El Clasico but there will be an interesting Croatian sub-plot to proceedings.  [More]
Toronto 3-1 Chicago: Bastian Schweinsteiger suffers loss
Sebastian Giovinco scored twice as Toronto defeated Chicago Fire 3-1 on Friday night, handing German star Bastian Schweinsteiger his first loss in Major League Soccer. [More]
Cristiano Ronaldo Jnr shows free-kick gene runs in family
It was all eerily familiar - from the methodical back-paces and the deep breaths right through to the way in which he connected flush across the laces. And of course it ended up in the back of the net. [More]
Tom Heaton says leaving Manr United is his best decision
Tom Heaton insists leaving Manchester United was the best decision he ever made, despite legendary boss Sir Alex Ferguson giving him the famous hairdryer treatment as a result. [More]
Real Madrid and Barcelona gear up for El Clasico
With Sunday's critical El Clasico clash looming large, the mood in the Real Madrid and Barcelona camps offered an apparent contrast. Real seemed in high spirits with Barcelona more serious. [More]
Real Madrid v Barcelona referee conspiracy theories
PETE JENSON: Last season, ahead of the first Clasico of the campaign, a refereeing scandal erupted after an unnamed linesman alleged he had been told to favour Real Madrid in the game. [More]
Liverpool played adult football at West Brom, says Klopp
Having ground out back-to-back wins against Stoke and West Brom in games they would arguably have stumbled in earlier in the season, the Reds have found another way of winning. [More]
Pep Guardiola reveals personal connection to Wembley
The Spaniard was a member of the Barca side which won the Champions League at the ground in 1992 and he tasted glory again when in charge of the Lionel Messi-inspired winners of 2011. [More]
PSG value Monaco wonderkid Kylian Mbappe at £33m
Kylian Mbappe has become the jewel in Monaco's crown this season but PSG chairman Nasser al-Khelaïfi values the striker at just £33million.  [More]
Didier Drogba mobbed by fans as he arrives in USA
Drogba - a Champions League winner during his time at Chelsea - has plans to take the Arizona outfit out of the American second tier and into Major League Soccer during his stay in the States. [More]
Man City ace Raheem Sterling wants to grow with Leroy Sane
Raheem Sterling and Leroy Sane are making a habit of tormenting opposition defences and Sterling has spoken about their blossoming relationship on and off the pitch.  [More]
Early start is a huge boost for Hibs, says Neil Lennon
Neil Lennon believes the SFA have handed his Hibs side an advantage by making Saturday's Scottish Cup semi-final with Aberdeen at Hampden a lunchtime kick-off. [More]
Chelsea vs Tottenham Hotspur combined XI
Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur meet in an eagerly-anticipated FA Cup semi-final at Wembley on Saturday evening. But how would a combined team of their players shape up? [More]
Diego Costa's form has dipped since China offer
THE NUMBERS GAME - KIERAN GILL: Diego Costa's form has slumped dramatically since a big money offer from Tianjin Quanjian in January... so has the Chelsea striker's head been turned? [More]
Zlatan Ibrahimovic could miss rest of 2017 due to injury
Zlatan Ibrahimovic landed awkwardly on his right leg after attempting to win a header right at the end of normal time on Thursday night as United searched for a winner to send them through to the semi-finals. [More]
Chelsea U23 2-2 Everton U23: Toffees closer to title 
Everton moved a step closer to the Premier League 2 title with a 2-2 draw at Chelsea on Friday evening - with a Manchester City goal rush the only way they can now be denied. [More]
Man Utd's Matteo Darmian landed with £60 parking ticket 
The Italian international defender was out in Manchester city centre with his fiancee Francesca Cormanni in his bright red £32,000 Jeep ahead of United's clash with Burnley this weekend. [More]
Arsenal 17th Premier League team to play three at the back
This week Arsenal became the 17th team in the top flight this season to start a game with three central defenders. If even Wenger is sitting up and notice then the times really are a changing. [More]
Antoine Griezmann a top transfer target for Man City
Guardiola has attempted to transform Sergio Aguero into a more all-round striker but, with the Argentine’s future in doubt, Griezmann is considered a better option. He has scored 26 goals this season [More]
Man Utd's Marcus Rashford 'can match Cristiano Ronaldo'
Rashford scored an extra-time winner for United on Thursday as they overcame Belgian opponents Anderlecht 3-2 on aggregate to set up a semi-final clash with Celta Vigo. [More]
Norwich 2-0 Brighton: David Stockdale scores two own goals
KIERAN GILL AT CARROW ROAD: Alex Pritchard twice hit the woodwork from range, only for the ball to bounce off the back of the unfortunate Brighton goalkeeper and go in the net. [More]
Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin gets a new haircut
Hector Bellerin sharpened up his act on Friday as he got a new haircut ahead of Arsenal's FA Cup semi-final against Manchester City. The Gunners take on City at Wembley on Sunday afternoon. [More]
Liverpool eye deal for Hull left back Andy Robertson 
James Milner, previously a midfielder, has made the position his own this year ahead of Spanish left back Alberto Moreno, who is expected to leave Anfield at the end of the campaign. [More]
Hibs chief Dempster has enjoyed league and cup success
Leeann Dempster, chief executive and one-time Shettleston Juniors fan, this is your life. Well, to be precise, this is three years of your life. [More]
Rangers ready for penalties in Celtic clash - Caixinha
Rangers reached the Scottish Cup final last season by overcoming their rivals after sudden-death spot-kicks. And they have been competing since Tuesday to prove they are ready to do so again. [More]
Sevilla 2-0 Granada
Tony Adams' Granada could be ten points from safety with just five games left by the end of the weekend after his second match in charge ended in 2-0 defeat to Sevilla. [More]
Juventus sign Rodrigo Bentancur Boca Juniors in £8m deal 
The 19-year-old, who was once on Manchester United's radar, will join the Serie A champions next season after impressing during his two seasons at La Bombonera. [More]
Burnley midfielder Joey Barton available for Man Utd clash
Barton appeared before an FA commission and it is understood no decision was reached during that session on Friday so Barton is free to feature against Jose Mourinho's men at Turf Moor. [More]
England's Second City derby is second rate
IAN LADYMAN: Buried beneath the hullabaloo of two FA Cup semi-finals, another important game takes place this weekend. Aston Villa versus Birmingham. The Second City derby. [More]
Prediction Challenge: Jamie Redknapp vs Laura Williamson
Welcome to The Prediction Challenge. This week Jamie Redknapp takes on Sportsmail sports news editor Laura Williamson in guessing all the FA Cup and Premier League results. [More]
Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers wants apology for dive error
Brendan Rodgers on Friday told Don Robertson he cannot afford another high- profile blunder if he hopes to make it as a top referee. [More]
Manchester City's Fernandinho isn’t fussed about flair! 
INTERVIEW BY IAN LADYMAN: It's never a good idea to damn a footballer with faint praise. So maybe it was a risk suggesting to Fernandinho that he does not fit some Brazilian stereotypes. [More]
West Ham vs Everton: Team news
Ahead of this weekend's Premier League action, Sportsmail will be providing you with all you need to know about every fixture, with team news, provisional squads, betting odds and stats. [More]
Conte and Pochetinno are arch rivals daring to dream
In many ways, Antonio Conte and Mauricio Pochettino are kindred spirits. Although they produce contrasting styles of play, they create teams with balance by focusing on improving individuals. [More]
Liverpool vs Crystal Palace: Team news
Ahead of this weekend's Premier League action, Sportsmail will be providing you with all you need to know about every fixture, with team news, provisional squads, betting odds and stats. [More]
Bournemouth vs Middlesbrough: Team news
Ahead of this weekend's Premier League action, Sportsmail will be providing you with all you need to know about every fixture, with team news, provisional squads, betting odds and stats. [More]
Hull vs Watford: Team news
Ahead of this weekend's Premier League action, Sportsmail will be providing you with all you need to know about every fixture, with team news, provisional squads, betting odds and stats. [More]
Swansea vs Stoke: Team news
Ahead of this weekend's Premier League action, Sportsmail will be providing you with all you need to know about every fixture, with team news, provisional squads, betting odds and stats. [More]
Chelsea vs Tottenham: Team news
Ahead of this weekend's FA Cup semi-final action, Sportsmail will be providing you with all you need to know about the fixtures, with team news, provisional squads, betting odds and stats. [More]
Arsenal's dire run can unite the club - Arsene Wenger
Arsenal face Manchester City in Sunday's FA Cup semi-final on the back of a win over Middlesbrough on Monday night. But that only provided temporary respite from criticism aimed at Arsene Wenger. [More]
Burnley vs Manchester United: Team news
Ahead of this weekend's Premier League action, Sportsmail will be providing you with all you need to know about every fixture, with team news, provisional squads, betting odds and stats. [More]
Arsenal vs Manchester City: Team news
Ahead of this weekend's FA Cup semi-final action, Sportsmail will be providing you with all you need to know about the fixtures, with team news, provisional squads, betting odds and stats. [More]
Allardyce tells Benteke to channel focus against Liverpool
Christian Benteke has been warned not to allow his desire to prove a point to Liverpool to affect his focus when Crystal Palace visit Anfield. [More]
Slaven Bilic could drop Darren Randolph for Everton clash
West Ham manager Slaven Bilic is considering dropping goalkeeper Darren Randolph for Saturday's clash with Everton. Adrian was initially dropped in November. [More]
Tottenham's current crop edge out my 1987 entertainers
DAVID PLEAT: Just like Mauricio Pochettino’s team that will face Chelsea at Wembley, our 1987 side had some attacking flair and we tried to play in the classic Tottenham style. [More]
Nathan Ake must seize his chance to impress Antonio Conte
MARTIN KEOWN'S BIG MATCH ANALYSIS: I cannot say I am surprised that Antonio Conte will pick Nathan Ake over John Terry to replace Gary Cahill against Tottenham. [More]
Howard blasts MLS and Colorado Rapids for three-match ban
Colorado Rapids goalkeeper Tim Howard has blasted his team and Major League Soccey, asking for heightened security in light of his verbal altercation with a fan. [More]
Gareth Southgate says he was stunned when Ugo Ehiogu died
MATT LAWTON: Gareth Southgate paid a heartfelt tribute to his close friend and team-mate Ugo Ehiogu, who died on Friday at the age of 44. Ehiogu passed away after suffering a cardiac arrest. [More]
Mbappe still lives at Monaco's academy training complex
Monaco starlet Kylian Mbappe has been widely touted as the 'next Thierry Henry', but it appears the teenager still has some way to go before he can match his countryman. [More]
Sportsmail's experts remember Ugo Ehiogu
Former England and Aston Villa defender Ugo Ehiogu died at the age of 44 after suffering a cardiac arrest on Friday morning. Here, Sportsmail's experts share their memories of Ehiogu in their own words. [More]
Nathan Ake the shock choice to start ahead of John Terry
Antonio Conte is plotting a surprise team selection at Wembley on Saturday with Nathan Ake in for a rare start and out of form Diego Costa uncertain of his place in Chelsea's FA Cup semi-final team. [More]
Legend is used too often but Ugo Ehiogu was at Aston Villa
ASTON VILLA FAN VIEW: Ugo Ehiogu was very much at the heart of the last true successful era of Villa during the 1990s; that included regular European football and our last major trophy. [More]
Barcelona appeal Neymar's suspension for a second time
The club said on Friday they were filing an appeal with the country's sports tribunal to annul the suspension that was keeping Neymar from playing at the Santiago Bernabeu on Sunday. [More]
Gabriel Jesus set for return versus Arsenal in FA Cup semi
The Brazil star was expected to miss the rest of the season after having surgery for the injury he suffered in the 3-1 victory at Bournemouth on February 13 in his fifth game for his new club. [More]
Luiz: Chelsea must play like 'monsters' to beat Tottenham
Brazilian centre-back David Luiz, who has been a key player for Chelsea at the heart of the defence this season, is expecting the match at Wembley on the weekend to be 'fantastic.' [More]
Radamel Falcao watches Monte Carlo Masters tennis 
Having come through Monaco's Champions League quarter-final unscathed, the Colombia forward and his wife Lorelei Taron were in attendance for the last eight of the men's singles. [More]
Chelsea v Spurs could go all the way and City look good
It's FA Cup semi-final weekend with Wembley playing host to two crackers and there's also six Premier League games to get stuck into. Find out who we're backing. [More]
Carlo Ancelotti wants his players to bounce back
Carlo Ancelotti has urged Bayern Munich to respond to their European heartache by beating Mainz on Saturday and move a step closer to retaining their Bundesliga title. [More]
Zlatan Ibrahimovic injury is latest twist in Man Utd stint
We have only had one year of the mighty Zlatan Ibrahimovic and it is clear some of his powers are waning but what a contribution he has made to Manchester United and the Premier League. [More]
Man City fulfill obligations after breaching FFP rules
Manchester City have fulfilled all the financial obligations imposed on them after breaching Financial Fair Play rules three years ago, UEFA has confirmed. [More]
Ugo Ehiogu death: Paul Merson breaks down in tribute
Paul Merson broke down on live television on Friday morning after giving an emotional tribute to his former Aston Villa team-mate and friend Ugo Ehiogu, who has died at the age of 44. [More]
Manchester United in 'trouble' after Ibrahimovic injury
Jose Mourinho admits Manchester United are in ‘trouble’ after Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Marcos Rojo were injured in the Europa League win over Anderlecht on Thursday evening. [More]
Arsenal news: Mesut Ozil previews his new fashion logo
An Arsenal star has been taking time to unwind ahead of the Gunners' crunch FA Cup showdown with Manchester City, kicking back to watch Hollywood blockbuster Fast and Furious.  [More]
Hull handling Premier League pressure well - Marco Silva
Hull manager Marco Silva thinks his players are handling the pressure well as the fight to remain in the Premier League reaches its crucial stage with his side two points above the drop zone. [More]
Fulham are hitting form at the right time for promotion
Fulham are the form team in the Championship and broke into the play-off spots this week - so the big question is can the division's top scorers stay there are return to the Premier League? [More]
Liverpool news: Divock Origi wants Champions League
Divock Origi believes that if Liverpool can maintain their current good run of form then they will put themselves in a great position to finish in the top four. [More]
Cristiano Ronaldo urges Lewandowski to join Real Madrid
The duo are said to have told Lewandowski that their club would be the best place for him to further his career, following Bayern's Champions League defeat by Real Madrid. [More]
Tottenham more popular in London than Arsenal - Pochettino
Tottenham are now the most popular club in London and have a football heritage on par with Manchester United and Liverpool, Mauricio Pochettino has claimed in an interview in France. [More]
Sakho opens up after being accused of failed drugs test
Mamadou Sakho says he will never get back what was taken from him after he was wrongly accused of failing a drugs test. The 27-year-old served a suspension before UEFA dismissed the case. [More]
Celta Vigo: All you need to know about Man Utd's opponents
Celta Vigo are the only team left standing in Manchester United's path as Jose Mourinho attempts to navigate his way to Stockholm. Here, Sportsmail has a look at United's opponents. [More]
Lyon blow to Europa League hopes after Lacazette injury
Lacazette scored his 31st goal of the season on Thursday during the quarter final return leg against Besiktas. Lyon went through 7-6 on penalties, but Lacazette went off injured. [More]
Pep Guardiola accepts if Man City owners are disappointed
Pep Guardiola says he would understand if Manchester City’s ambitious owners are unhappy with his team’s performance this season ahead of the FA Cup semi-final. [More]
Burnley midfielder Joey Barton appears at FA hearing
Burnley midfielder Joey Barton's case will now be heard on Friday, two days before the Clarets face Manchester United at Turf Moor, and a lengthy ban could follow - though no direct precedent exists. [More]
Premier League and FA Cup team news
Ahead of this weekend's matches in the Premier League and FA Cup, Sportsmail brings you the latest squad news, odds and stats on every fixture as it breaks. [More]
Chelsea news: Antonio Conte may not play John Terry
Cahill is a doubt for the FA Cup semi-final at Wembley on Saturday against Tottenham after being taken ill during the week, which was revealed on Friday to be down to kidney stones. [More]
Chelsea boss Antonio Conte: Spurs aren't underdogs
Conte was reacting to Mauricio Pochettino's claims that Chelsea were the favourites at Wembley because they have more experience of winning trophies, and said they can't have excuses. [More]
Newcastle boss Benitez surprised by referee appointment
Rafael Benitez has expressed his surprise at the appointment of Andy Madley as referee for promotion-hunting Newcastle's Sky Bet Championship clash with Preston. [More]
Chelsea vs Southampton: Win tickets
MailOnline has teamed up with Sure to give you the chance to win two tickets to watch Southampton v Manchester City on Saturday, April 15.  [More]
Chelsea star Cesc Fabregas surprised by John Terry exit
Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas has revealed the announcement of John Terry's summer departure came as a surprise to the first-team and believes the captain will be irreplaceable. [More]
Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic is 'fine'
Manchester United progressed to the semi-finals of the Europa League after beating Anderlecht 2-1 on Thursday night thanks to an extra-time winner from Marcus Rashford. [More]
Manchester United draw Celta Vigo in Europa League semi
Jose Mourinho's men play the first leg at Balaidos on May 4 with the return leg on May 11. United are looking to win the Europa League to earn a place in next season's Champions League. [More]
Monaco striker Kylian Mbappe meets Roma legend Totti
Monaco wonderkid Kylian Mbappe was left in awe this week after getting the opportunity to meet one of world football's living legends, Roma club icon Francesco Totti.  [More]
Champions League semi-final: Who will make it to Cardiff?
Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid, Juventus and Monaco have impressed in making it this far, and are now three games from lifting the trophy. Here, Sportsmail gives its verdict on who will go through. [More]
Arsene Wenger out sign spotted at Cleveland play-off clash
The latest sighting of protest against Arsene Wenger was in Cleveland at the Quicken Loans Arena as the Cavaliers hosted the Indiana Pacers in game two of their NBA play-off series. [More]
Watford stars playing for their futures - Walter Mazzarri
Watford boss Walter Mazzarri has warned his players not to relax as they head into the final six matches of the Premier League season all but safe after reaching the 40-point mark. [More]
Manchester United injuries: Jose Mourinho faces tough run
Jose Mourinho heads into the final month of his first season at Manchester United - comprising of nine games in 31 days - with an injury crisis on his hands. [More]
Aston Villa boss Steve Bruce backs Harry Redknapp
Steve Bruce insists Aston Villa have a tougher contest against rival Birmingham City now Harry Redknapp has stepped into the dugout. [More]
Sean Dyche denies Michael Keane will leave Burnley
Sean Dyche says he is not considering the departure of Michael Keane and has insisted Burnley are 'in control' when it comes to the in-demand defender's future. Keane is a target for Everton. [More]
Mourinho: Rashford shouldn't play for England u21s
Rashford’s importance to United has been underlined in the past week after the teenage striker produced man-of-the-match performances against Chelsea and Anderlecht. [More]
Wilson: Rangers beating Celtic won't make up for poor year
Danny Wilson admits even victory over Celtic in Sunday's William Hill Scottish Cup showdown will not be enough to make up for Rangers' nightmare league campaign. [More]
Champions League semi-final: Real Madrid draw Atletico
Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid will meet in the semi-final of the Champions League with Juventus playing Monaco. The first legs will take place on 2 and 3 May. [More]
Jermain Defoe hangs out with music star Ed Sheeran
David Moyes' struggling side were due to play Arsenal this weekend at the Emirates Stadium but it has been rearranged due to the Gunners' involvement in the semi-finals of the FA Cup. [More]
JEFF POWELL: Hooliganism is now the ‘European Ailment’
JEFF POWELL: Since Marseille became re-infected during Euro 2016 there has been more trouble in France, and the Low Countries have joined the low-life soccer nations. [More]
Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe hails injured Jack Wilshere
Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe has praised midfielder Jack Wilshere for his contribution at the club before his season-long loan spell was cut short with a leg fracture against Tottenham. [More]
Barcelona must beat Real Madrid or their season is over 
PETE JENSON: The Old Lady was singing on Wednesday night in Barcelona; the Fat Lady will be singing in Madrid on Sunday if Luis Enrique’s side don’t win the Clasico. [More]
Ugo Ehiogu was a great guy and team-mate - ANDY TOWNSEND
Andy Townsend speaks to Sportsmail's Matt Barlow about memories of his former team-mate and friend Ugo Ehiogu who tragically passed away from cardiac arrest. [More]
Notts County Ladies fold leaving England players 'jobless'
Four members of England’s Women’s European Championship squad are facing three months without football after their club folded on the eve of the new season to leave them ‘jobless’. [More]
Man City star John Stones will be world class - Campbell
Former Arsenal defender Sol Campbell believes that ‘wonderful’ John Stones can become a world class talent under the management of Pep Guardiola at Manchester City. [More]
Stoke star Berahino will score first goal soon - Hughes
Stoke boss Mark Hughes has emphasised his confidence that Saido Berahino will soon be scoring goals for the club. His wait for his first goal for the Potters extended to a 10th appearance. [More]
Wayne Rooney a sacrificial lamb at Man Utd - Ray Wilkins
Former Manchester United man Ray Wilkins has slammed the club's treatment of captain Wayne Rooney and likened the England striker to a 'sacrificial lamb.'  [More]
Europa League fixtures: Manchester United face Celta Vigo
Manchester United will face Celta Vigo in the Europa League semi-finals. Ajax face Lyon in the other semi-final as the final four clubs in the competition vie for a place in the May 24 final. [More]
Everton boss Ronald Koeman not planning wholesale signings
Koeman has no intentions of bolstering his squad with a huge number of new arrivals in the summer in order to cope with the increased demands and will look to manage his resources. [More]
Man Utd cancel Spurs reserve match after Ugo Ehiogu death
Manchester United have cancelled their reserve fixture with Tottenham following the news of the shock death of Under 23 coach Ugo Ehiogu. The former player passed away this week. [More]
Middlesbrough's Gestede can end his wait for a win: Agnew
Gestede, a £6million January arrival from Aston Villa, has made 11 league appearances for the club and is yet to finish on the winning side. His last top flight win was on the opening day of 2015/16. [More]
UEFA Champions League draw RECAP: Semi-final matches
The Champions League semi-final draw has taken place with Real Madrid taking on rivals Atletico and Monaco hosting Juventus in the first leg. Re-live how the draw in Nyon unfolded here. [More]
Quiz: Identify nicknamed footballers from their full names
Your challenge is to identify as many of the 20 footballers by their more familiar nickname that we've listed full names for. How many can you get correct? [More]
Clement defends Llorente for only sprinting 20m vs Watford
Swansea manager Paul Clement has defended his leading scorer Fernando Llorente after the striker was criticised following their 1-0 Premier League defeat at Watford last weekend. [More]
Tottenham ace Alderweireld says Spurs will win a trophy
Tottenham Hotspur are long overdue for a trophy and will win one either this season or the next, defender Toby Alderweireld said ahead of their FA Cup semi-final against Chelsea. [More]
Schweinsteiger snubbed as Chicago Fire fan asks for pic
Bastian Schweinsteiger's time in the MLS has got off to a mixed start - while successful on the pitch, the World Cup winner is still largely unrecognised off it, if the assistant of Chicago Fire is correct. [More]
When is the Champions League draw? Can I watch it on TV?
The Champions League last four have been decided. Juventus and Monaco join Spanish giants Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid in the semi-final of Europe's elite club competition. [More]