Scotland right-back Stephen O’Donnell has rejected a contract offer from Kilmarnock and will leave the club at the end of the month.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp insists the spectacle of empty stadiums will not lessen the intensity of any team if the Premier League gets the go-ahead to resume in June.
Andy Halliday, Wes Foderingham and Jon Flanagan are among the players leaving Rangers at the end of their contracts.
Borussia Dortmund managing director Carsten Cramer says there is no chance of the Bundesliga getting ahead of itself despite the successful return to action.
Almost a quarter of current and former professionals surveyed during the coronavirus pandemic say they are depressed or have considered self-harm.
Six individuals connected to three unnamed Premier League clubs have tested positive for coronavirus as sides return to small group training amid the pandemic.
The Scottish Football Association has closed the book on a long-standing disciplinary case against Rangers over their 2011-12 European licence.
Hull have reacted with disappointment after a letter to the English Football League stating their desire to call the Championship season off was leaked.
Manchester City will discover before the start of next season whether their appeal against a two-year European competition ban has been successful.
Bournemouth defender Chris Mepham admits no player is safe from coronavirus but is ready to return.
Celtic manager Neil Lennon is not sure he needs to make any new signings ahead of their quest for 10 consecutive titles.
Players from ethnic minority backgrounds have expressed their concerns about returning to action amid the coronavirus pandemic to the Professional Footballers’ Association.
Motherwell manager Stephen Robinson had little time to savour being confirmed as the Ladbrokes Premiership’s third-placed team before telling a number of players they were no longer needed during a “bittersweet” day.
Alex Revell scored one of the best goals the new Wembley has seen and he did it when his Rotherham team needed it the most.
Premier League clubs gave unanimous approval to the initial return-to-training protocols when they gathered for a conference call on Monday.
Manchester United have urged fans to stay away from matches played behind closed doors as they start to refund ticket costs for remaining home games.
Former Hearts captain Steven Pressley has criticised a lack of compassion and leadership in Scottish football as the Edinburgh club battle to save themselves from premature relegation.
Former Rangers manager Ally McCoist has offered sympathy to Celtic that they were “awarded” the Scottish title.
Newcastle manager Steve Bruce has hailed the “meticulous” planning behind the Premier League’s return to non-contact training and hopes the season can be restarted and finished.
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England great Sir Bobby Moore captained West Ham to the European Cup Winners’ Cup on this day 55 years ago after a 2-0 victory over 1860 Munich in the final at Wembley.
The 1984 FA Cup final pitched Howard Kendall’s resurgent Everton with a Watford team who had undergone a meteoric rise under Graham Taylor and chairman Elton John.
Fleetwood manager Joey Barton claims it would be “out of order” to settle Sky Bet League One on a points-per-game basis.
Watford captain Troy Deeney has outlined his personal reasons for refusing to return to resume training – including concerns over his young son and unanswered issues around BAME players.
Kai Havertz continued to put himself in the shop window as his two goals for Bayer Leverkusen helped earn a 4-1 win over Werder Bremen.
Premier League boss Richard Masters hopes Liverpool can have a trophy presentation if they complete their march to their first title in 30 years.
The Premier League has drawn encouragement from fans staying away from Bundesliga grounds as it continues to work with its clubs on how the English top-flight season can be completed on a home-and-away basis.
Premier League clubs will be subjected to no-notice spot-checks to ensure they are complying with pandemic training protocols, while the league has also committed to making every positive Covid-19 test public knowledge.
Aberdeen say they do not expect to be playing in front of crowds for the rest of the year.
Celtic skipper Scott Brown claims it was only a matter of time before his team clinched the title.