Former Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino has seen the funny side of Jose Mourinho succeeding him at the north London club.
Mauricio Pochettino is ready to manage again and has said returning to the Premier League is his “priority”.
Watford manager Nigel Pearson has revealed two more of his squad are in self-isolation after members of their family tested positive for coronavirus.
Lyon, Amiens and Toulouse have had their appeals against ending the Ligue 1 season early rejected by a French judge, according to the Ligue de Football Professionnel (LFP).
Ross County chairman Roy MacGregor expects his club’s budget will be cut by more than a third for the coming season as Scottish football grapples with the challenges thrown up by the coronavirus crisis.
Dunfermline have released 17 players amid increasing uncertainty over whether lower-division football will take place in Scotland next season.
The results from the first round of Covid-19 testing among Championship players is set to be published on Sunday.
Watford defender Christian Kabasele believes the potential Premier League return date of June 12 would be “impossible” and that action should not resume until later that month.
The Bundesliga remains the only show in town this weekend, with Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund focusing on important matches before they face off in a crunch midweek clash.
Concerns over an increased coronavirus mortality risk to players from black and other ethnic minority backgrounds will be raised to Government officials at a meeting on Friday.
Professional football in England has been suspended since March 13, and the road back to a restart is proving a difficult one for clubs at all levels to navigate.
Leeds chief executive Angus Kinnear has claimed it would be a “national embarrassment” if England’s top two divisions could not complete their seasons while major leagues across Europe return to action.
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On May 22, 2011 Chelsea sacked Carlo Ancelotti after he failed to deliver any trophies in the 2010/11 season.
The Government must underwrite a new body to protect clubs in the English Football League from going under in the coronavirus pandemic, a new report says.
Sheffield United have dismissed suggestions owner Prince Abdullah bin Musa’ad bin Abdulaziz Al Saud has left Bramall Lane.
Brighton Women boss Hope Powell wants the Women’s Super League decided by points-per-game with relegation off the table if it cannot be finished.
Brighton chief executive Paul Barber insists players have to feel confident about their safety and they must be comfortable speaking out about any coronavirus fears.
Ed Woodward believes Manchester United are resilient enough to cope with “one of the most extraordinary and testing periods” in their 142-year history after the club offered a taster of the coronavirus’ vast financial impact.
Relegation across all three divisions of the EFL is “integral” to the integrity of the competition, the league’s board has said.