Who'll win the league? It's a coin toss between three of them. - Matt Le Tissier
Fifa president Sepp Blatter is provisionally suspended for 90 days after an investigation by its ethics committee.
Theo Walcott wants a chance in attack for England if Wayne Rooney is not fit to face Estonia at Wembley on Friday.
West Ham Ladies captain Stacey Little tells the BBC she is "heartbroken" as she and five team-mates leave the club.
Preview followed by live coverage of Thursday's European Championship Qualifying game between Northern Ireland and Greece.
Winger Ikechi Anya is ruled out of Scotland's Euro 2016 qualifier against Poland on Thursday with a muscle strain.
Seamus Coleman is ruled out of the Republic of Ireland's Euro 2016 qualifier against Germany with injury.
Sepp Blatter reportedly says he is being "condemned without evidence for wrongdoing", while Chung Mong-joon plans to sue him.
Doncaster Rovers Belles reveal a multi-million pound plan after securing promotion to the top division of women's football.
Liverpool are close to appointing former Borussia Dortmund boss Jurgen Klopp as their manager on a three-year deal.
Ex-England footballer Paul Gascoigne is charged with harassing his former girlfriend with abusive messages.
Football Association director Kelly Simmons says Emma Hayes' success with Chelsea will inspire new female coaches.
Everton and England footballer Tom Cleverley and his family are threatened during a break-in at their home.
Scotland coach Gordon Strachan says he has a big decision to make over which striker to pick to play against Poland.
How much will you spend supporting your football team this season? As the price of football increases, fans are spending more and more supporting their clubs.
League One side Oldham Athletic appoint caretaker boss David Dunn as their manager on a permanent basis.
Klopp agrees deal in principle, Cruyff criticises two Premier League managers, Pearson to be new Sunderland boss, plus more.
Midfielder Morgan Amalfitano leaves West Ham by mutual consent after falling out with manager Slaven Bilic.
Braintree Town players shook the hands of all 30 fans who made the 290-mile round trip from Essex to Cheltenham.
Edin Dzeko could be fit to face Wales in Saturday's Euro 2016 qualifier despite initially being ruled out with a knee injury.
Watch Roy Keane's pithy response to a journalist's question about the availability of Robbie Keane for the Republic of Ireland's upcoming Euro 2016 qualifier.
Cristiano Ronaldo recalls the time that his then-Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson granted him compassionate leave during a key part of the season to visit his sick father.
Mechelen goalkeeper Jean-Francois Gillet saves three penalties from three different players to help his side draw 1-1 at Anderlecht in the Belgian Pro League on Sunday.
Northern Ireland will qualify for the finals of Euro 2016 if they beat Greece in Belfast on Thursday night.
Former Manchester United midfielder David Beckham believes that assistant manager Ryan Giggs has what it takes to become Manchester United manager one day.
Former Liverpool striker Robbie Fowler says he would "absolutely love" to work alongside the club's next manager.
Former Prime Minister Tony Blair recounts the time he was given some "management" advice from ex-Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson.
Yeovil Town manager Paul Sturrock speaks to BBC Somerset after the penalty-shootout victory over Coventry in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy, revealing he retreated to his office while the shootout was in progress.
Keith Gillespie believes Northern Ireland's players would regret it for the rest of their lives if they did not reach Euro 2016.
Watch Jurgen Klopp's reaction to freelance filmmaker and Liverpool fan Ashish Sharma jokingly begging him to join the Reds back in February 2013.
Sir Alex Ferguson says Manchester United "picked the right man" in hiring David Moyes to succeed him as manager.
Northern Ireland striker Josh Magennis hopes to replace the suspended Kyle Lafferty for Thursday's crucial Euro 2016 qualifier against Greece.
Wales had to postpone a Euro 2016 qualification party last month, but celebrations are surely close, says Rob Phillips.
Women's Super League winner Eniola Aluko on how reading Steven Gerrard's book ensures she won't take success for granted.
Liam McLeod looks at Robert Lewandowski's support acts as Poland prepare to face Scotland at Hampden.
Former NI players David Healy and John O'Neill on the crunch clash with Greece and the potential impact of a Belfast victory.
How heart surgery and setting up her own business inspired England international Jade Moore to try to secure a World Cup legacy.
Jurgen Klopp's former colleagues and friends believe the German coach and Liverpool are the perfect fit for each other.
A new BBC documentary uncovers what makes Sir Alex Ferguson one of Britain's most successful ever leaders.
Controlling Liverpool's 'transfer committee' must be the priority for the incoming manager, argues Phil McNulty.
Gordon Strachan has big decisions to make when supplementing the core of his Scotland team, writes Richard Wilson.
From a "magnificent" front four to a respected boss, BBC Sport looks at the reasons behind Chelsea Ladies's success.
Track the managerial ins and outs and a list of every boss in the top five leagues in England and the Scottish Premiership.
Scott Brown believes Scotland have "a great chance" of qualifying for Euro 2016 with "two games to put everything right".
Defender Chris Gunter says Wales will be inspired by the pain of past failures as they aim for Euro 2016 qualification.
Ex-Northern Ireland striker Warren Feeney resigns as Linfield manager to become assistant boss at Newport County.
A World Cup for legends scheduled for 2017 is hoping to attract the likes of Zinedine Zidane and David Beckham.
With two rounds to go in Euro 2016 qualifying, which teams have made it and which are in danger of missing out?