- Sep 19, 2012
09th November 2020
Patrick Bamford's exploits for Leeds have put him in contention for an England call-up, with Gareth Southgate considering the striker as he waits to see if a shoulder injury will force Marcus Rashford to withdraw.
Eddie Jones is ready to unleash nine England forwards on Georgia at Twickenham on Saturday, reprising a tactical plan he used to beat the same opposition when he was Japan coach.
England's Nations League game with Iceland could be played at a neutral venue amid further complications due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The FA has become embroiled in a row with AFC Wimbledon over who actually won the 1988 FA Cup final.
Memphis Depay has hinted he is far from happy at Lyon following a cryptic dig at the club hierarchy.
Barcelona legend Samuel Eto'o is stable in hospital after he was involved in a horror car accident, according to reports.
The Premier League has told clubs not to release Denmark, Sweden and Iceland internationals for the three country's upcoming fixtures.
David Beckham wants to sign his former Real Madrid team-mate Sergio Ramos for Inter Miami, according to reports.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer still has his players' backing despite Manchester United's inconsistency.
Gareth Southgate says Aaron Wan-Bissaka is not in his most recent England squad because he is not as versatile as his other options at right-back.
Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang failed to register a single shot in Arsenal's 3-0 defeat to Aston Villa, the first time in his Gunners career he has done so in a league game at the Emirates.
Liverpool's Champions League clash with FC Midtjylland is 'under threat' as Jurgen Klopp's side would be offered no exemption from quarantine rules should they travel to Denmark.
Hollywood actors Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney confirmed they plan to make a documentary if their bid to purchase non-league football club Wrexham AFC is successful.
England and Chelsea players Callum Hudson-Odoi and Fikayo Tomori have explained to Chelsea they misunderstood London's Tier 2 lockdown rules last month when dined out together.
Leeds are planning to write to the Premier League and PGMOL requesting more clarity on VAR and the offside law after Patrick Bamford had a goal controversially ruled out at Crystal Palace.
Barcelona have confirmed winger Ansu Fati faces four months on the sidelines after rupturing the internal meniscus in his left knee and will undergo surgery on Monday.
Wales are hopeful of Gareth Bale playing in their Nations League fixtures next week despite needing an ice-pack on his ankle after playing in the victory over West Bromwich Albion.
An alliance is building behind independent regulation and fundamental reform of English football before Tuesday's parliamentary grilling of the three most powerful administrators in the national game.
Mohamed Elyounoussi is adamant no one should question his commitment and insists the united front shown by Neil Lennon's players at Fir Park confirms everyone shares a deep desire to produce for the champions.
Lazio's Sergej Milinkovic-Savic and Inter's Aleksandar Kolarov made a dramatic dash home to Serbia on Sunday night - so they can face Scotland on Thursday.
Former Chelsea manager Antonio Conte remains determined to sign the Blues' France midfielder N'Golo Kante for Inter Milan next summer - but Real Madrid are also monitoring the 29-year-old. (Canal, via Sun)
Former Manchester United winger Memphis Depay, 26, is frustrated at Lyon and the Netherlands forward still interests Barcelona. (Sun)
AC Milan are trying to ascertain whether Manchester United would be willing to sell Portugal Under-21 full-back Diogo Dalot, 21, following the end of his loan spell with the club. (Tuttosport, via Inside Futbol)
Manchester City and England midfielder Phil Foden, 20, is set to sign a new contract that will triple his current wage. (Star)
England's Nations League game with Iceland on 18 November may be moved to a neutral country because of Covid restrictions on travel to the UK from Denmark. (Times, subscription required)
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer still has the backing of his players despite the team's inconsistent form. (Mirror)
Switzerland midfielder Granit Xhaka, 28, says his "heart was gone" from Arsenal before Mikel Arteta returned to the club to take over as manager following the departure of Unai Emery. (Mirror)
Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, 25, is among the players set to miss Denmark's home matches next week because of coronavirus isolation protocols surrounding a return from their country. (Evening Standard)
Liverpool's Champions League game with FC Midtjylland next month could be in doubt because of the government's new travel ban on non-UK visitors arriving from Denmark. (Liverpool Echo)
Jose Mourinho is showing he is the right man to take Tottenham to a trophy-winning level using his "very direct" method of dealing with players, says recently retired former Spurs and Netherlands goalkeeper Michel Vorm. (AS)
Manchester United and Argentina goalkeeper Sergio Romero, 33, is training on his own and wants to leave the club on a free transfer in January. (Sun)
Paris St-Germain coach Thomas Tuchel says former Manchester United and Spain midfielder Ander Herrera "died in the dressing room" for the team as he praised the 31-year-old's performance in the win over Rennes. (Mirror)
Everton's Italy striker Moise Kean - who is on loan at Paris St-Germain - has been described as "very important" by Tuchel, after the 20-year-old scored five goals in five matches. (Liverpool Echo)
Arsenal's English midfielder Joe Willock, 21, would benefit from a loan move to gain more playing time, according to ex-Gunners defender Martin Keown. (Independent)
Former Manchester United striker Louis Saha says the Red Devils need four new recruits of the calibre of Portugal midfielder Bruno Fernandes in order to challenge for titles. (Mirror)
Former Chelsea and Cameroon striker Samuel Eto'o is said to be recovering after being involved in a car accident in the Nkongsamba-Littoral Region of his homeland. (Star)
Manchester City defender Kyle Walker admits he "deserved to be dropped" by England after breaching lockdown rules in the spring. (Sun)
Former leading referee Keith Hackett says the current handball law "is a joke - and not a very good one". (Telegraph - subscription required)
Premier League club support manager Nick Haycock, who has worked at West Ham United and Manchester City, is to become Aston Villa's head of technical and player development. (Birmingham Mail)