Arsenal forward Danny Welbeck has vowed to return “stronger than ever before” following two operations to repair his broken ankle.
Wales new boy James Lawrence has urged Ryan Giggs’ side to show “no mercy” to his old Ajax buddy Christian Eriksen.
The Premier League has appointed television executive Susanna Dinnage to take over from Richard Scudamore as its new boss.
Brighton striker Glenn Murray has agreed a one-year contract extension to keep him with the club until the summer of 2020.
Johnny Russell stressed his commitment to Scotland after boss Alex McLeish was hit by another withdrawal ahead of the Nations League double-header against Albania and Israel.
Shane Ferguson has revealed Northern Ireland manager Michael O’Neill helped persuade him to stay at Millwall in the summer and force his way back into Neil Harris’ team.
Robbie Brady is desperate to put a testing year behind him as he prepares to make his first Republic of Ireland appearance since his World Cup dream went up in smoke 12 months ago.
Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson Becker insists it is too early to assess his start to his career in England after admitting he was expected to be perfect after his £65million transfer.
Brentford’s technical director Robert Rowan has died at the age of 28.
Harry Kewell has been sacked by Notts County after 14 matches in charge of the Sky Bet League Two club.
Chris Mepham has withdrawn from the Wales squad for the Nations League clash against Denmark on Friday.
Joe Cole has announced his retirement, with Eden Hazard leading the tributes to the former England, West Ham and Chelsea midfielder.
Everton pair Gylfi Sigurdsson and Andre Gomes will spend the international break on Merseyside after injuries ruled them out of duty for their countries.
Martin O’Neill will send the Republic of Ireland into friendly battle with Northern Ireland on Thursday evening looking for a morale-boosting end to a difficult year.
Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge’s loan move to West Brom appears to form the central thread to a Football Association misconduct charge for breaching betting rules.
Tottenham right-back Kieran Trippier has withdrawn from the England squad for the matches against the United States and Croatia with a groin injury.
New Swindon manager Richie Wellens is determined to play attractive football to improve the fortunes of the “underachieving” club.
Wayne Rooney will make a one-off international comeback when England host the United States in a friendly match at Wembley on Thursday night.
Former England, West Ham and Chelsea midfielder Joe Cole has announced his retirement.
Wayne Rooney announced his international retirement in 2017 but will make a surprise comeback on Thursday night in honour of his achievements with England.