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Manchester United striker Robin van Persie is set to miss eight games after injuring his thigh while taking a corner.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger says he does not envy Manchester City's squad ahead of Saturday's league match.
Three non-league players are suspended from football after admitting multiple breaches of the FA's betting rules.
Celtic are fined £42,000 by Uefa over banners displayed before the Champions League home defeat by AC Milan.
Manager Neil Lennon says stabilising Celtic means remaining European "lightweights" with limited Champions League ambitions.
A leading campaigner on head injuries in sport has called for a ban on children heading the ball when playing football.
Four men, including two non-league players, have appeared at Birmingham Crown Court on charges of match-fixing.
Spurs boss Andre Villas-Boas says Roberto Soldado's Europa League treble does not guarantee a start against Liverpool.
London Broncos will fulfil their Super League fixtures for 2014 after agreeing a groundshare with Barnet FC.
Barcelona's Andres Iniesta, Jordi Alba and Cesc Fabregas are all set to return in the La Liga match against Villarreal.
German leaders Bayern Munich face Hamburg on Saturday as they look to respond to their first defeat of the season.
James McArthur was happy to see Wigan revert to a passing style as the Latics exited the Europa League at NK Maribor.
Ex-Chelsea defender Albert Ferrer thinks Celtic's 6-1 defeat against Barcelona is a symptom of Rangers' financial demise.
Swansea boss Michael Laudrup insists his side merit their place in the Europa League last 32, despite losing to St Gallen.
Championship club QPR reveal plans for a new stadium over twice as big as their current Loftus Road ground.
Craig Bellamy hopes his experience of the Premier League will help Cardiff City maintain their top-flight status this season.
Former Kilmarnock manager Kenny Shiels is named as Allan Moore's successor at Championship club Greenock Morton.
Rafael Benitez says he is proud of Napoli's progress as they prepare to face ex-boss Walter Mazzarri and Inter Milan.
Sandy Easdale, the new chairman of Rangers' football board, says former chief executive Charles Green has no influence.
Comedian John Bishop takes on BBC Sport football expert Mark Lawrenson with his predictions for this weekend's Premier League matches.
Robbie Savage tackles the week's football agenda in Savage Says, with subjects including the English teams' fortunes in the Champions League and Everton's Premier League form.
David Moyes says his Manchester United side can win plenty of points over Christmas and are focused on getting closer to leaders Arsenal.
Tottenham boss Andre Villas-Boas says striker Roberto Soldado has had 'a major boost of confidence' after scoring a hat-trick as Spurs beat Anzhi Makhachkala 4-1 in the Europa League.
Manager Alan Pardew admits his Newcastle job is still "vulnerable" despite his side being seventh in the league after beating Manchester United on Saturday.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho says his team are not among the favourites to win the Champions League after they beat Steaua Bucharest 1-0 at Stamford Bridge.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says attack could be the best form of defence when his side take on Manchester City on Saturday.
Manuel Pellegrini says his Manchester City's extra day's rest after Champions' League action will not be decisive when his side host Arsenal in the Premier League.
Fabrice Muamba is taking his first steps into sports journalism with the help of BBC North West Tonight, who have offered the former footballer a work placement.
Take a tour of the under-construction Arena Amazonia in Manaus, where England will face Italy in their opening game of the 2014 World Cup.
Former Manchester United midfielder Roy Keane says Brian Clough is the best manager he has worked under.
New Wigan Athletic manager Uwe Rosler tells BBC Sport he is excited at joining a club others see as an "inspiration".
So much is at stake on Saturday, writes chief football writer Phil McNulty, as Arsenal travel to Manchester City's Etihad fortress
Fantasy football boss Shaun Derry hopes to take inspiration from Neil Warnock and end the turbulent times at Notts County
The Brazilian they call The Beast is determined to ensure this season turns into a thing of beauty for club and country.
Two members of the Belgium 1986 World Cup team warn that the class of 2014 will find it tough in Brazil
The media may use the term "match fixing", but as Ed Hawkins explains, football's recent cases are not quite that "spicy"
Chief football writer Phil McNulty assesses the hopes of the four British teams who qualified for the Champions League last 16.
Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester City and Manchester United qualify for the last 16 of the Champions League but who misses out?
Goalkeeper Craig Samson says Kilmarnock must not fear Dundee United's high-scoring side at Rugby Park.
Cardiff City manager Malky Mackay is surprised by the recent spate of fixing allegations in English football.
Jimmy Callacher appears to have played his last game for Glentoran, with Linfield favourites to sign the player.
Brazuca joins a list of World Cup match balls that includes such names as Tango, Top Star, Fevernova, Jabulani and Telstar
Three-time World Cup winners Germany will use a new training base built by a Munich property firm in Brazil next summer.
BBC Sport's football expert Mark Lawrenson takes on comedian John Bishop in this week's Premier League predictions