Frank Lampard believes managers and players should have a say in helping improve the Premier League’s Video Assistant Referee (VAR) system.
Newcastle flier Allan Saint-Maximin could be the buy of the season after lighting up the Premier League on its return from lockdown.
Hearts and Partick Thistle’s legal battle against relegation is set to take place behind closed doors after a judge ruled it should go through the Scottish Football Association arbitration process.
Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren remains a doubt for Sunday’s visit of Aston Villa after missing Thursday’s defeat to Manchester City with a knock.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp insists he will not be handing out Premier League appearances “like Christmas presents” despite the title having been secured.
Watford assistant boss Craig Shakespeare is refusing to lose faith in his side’s survival chances despite a disappointing restart to their Premier League campaign.
Macclesfield could yet be relegated to the National League after they confirmed the English Football League had appealed against a two-point penalty which had kept them just above Stevenage.
Burnley striker Jay Rodriguez could return to action when the Clarets host Sheffield United on Sunday.
Manchester City Women have announced the signing of England striker Chloe Kelly.
Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl is dealing with a number of injury concerns ahead of Manchester City’s visit, but Moussa Djenepo and Jack Stephens are available for Sunday’s Premier League match.
James Maddison is a doubt for Leicester as they prepare to host Crystal Palace.
Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti is confident Richarlison will be fit for Monday’s away match against Tottenham.
Norwich will welcome back defender Timm Klose from suspension for the Premier League clash with Brighton.
Jamie Vardy’s goal drought is not a cause of concern for Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers.
Daniel Farke admits rock-bottom Norwich need a “miracle” to pull off a Premier League great escape but insists he does not regret turning down lucrative offers to leave the club.
David Moyes has saluted Steve Bruce for the “incredible” job he has done at Newcastle.
Boss Nuno Espirito Santo refused to be drawn on Wolves’ Champions League hopes as he targeted downing Arsenal.
Hearts and Partick Thistle’s legal battle against relegation will go to an arbitration panel convened by the SFA.
Newcastle head coach Steve Bruce has issued a hands-off message to potential suitors for the in-form Allan Saint-Maximin.
Mateo Kovacic will miss Chelsea’s Premier League clash with Watford at Stamford Bridge on Saturday.
Southampton’s uphill battle to end their wretched home form against Manchester City faces becoming even harder with Ralph Hasenhuttl dealing with a string of injury issues.
Frank Lampard has defended Marcos Alonso amid stinging criticism from Gary Neville.
Newcastle’s Sean Longstaff is a major doubt for Sunday’s Premier League clash with West Ham.
Sean Dyche says he is always open with Burnley chairman Mike Garlick but admits the club are facing a “challenge” due to the threadbare nature of their squad.
Wolves have no new fitness worries ahead of Saturday’s visit of Arsenal.
Scottish League Two will follow the other two lower divisions and play a 27-game season from October 17.
Roy Hodgson accepts it may be the summer transfer window before he can rectify Crystal Palace’s goalscoring problems.
The Championship season continues over the weekend with plenty still to be decided at both ends of the table.
Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder says the notion of Sean Dyche losing his job at Burnley is “absolute nonsense”.
Jake Hastie admitted his year away from Motherwell made him appreciate how the club had helped his development after he returned to Fir Park on a season-long loan deal.