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This section contains information collated at League table level. It contains information and statistics on current and past league positions, fouls, corners, goals, shots and yellow and red cards. The dashboard contains a summary of statistics for the entire League.

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Remember all tables can be sorted by individual columns by just clicking on them. Click on team names for their profile.

For Fouls/Corners/Goals - the initial sort is done on the Profile.

Shots are initially sorted on Shots[F]. Target% means % of shots that are on target. Goal% means %shots of target that have led to goals.

Cards are initially sorted on Yellow [F].

[F] is For and [A] means Against.

Football Howlers

We need the players, because without the players, we don't have a team - Howard Wilkinson

BBC Football News

Liverpool close to appointing Klopp

Liverpool are close to appointing former Borussia Dortmund boss Jurgen Klopp as their manager on a three-year deal.

Injured Stones to miss England games

John Stones will miss England's final two Euro 2016 qualifiers against Estonia and Lithuania with a knee injury.

'I was inspired by Gerrard's book'

Women's Super League winner Eniola Aluko on how reading Steven Gerrard's book ensures she won't take success for granted.

Wednesday's gossip column

Klopp agrees deal in principle, Cruyff criticises two Premier League managers, Nigel Pearson to be new Sunderland boss, plus more.

West Ham Ladies captain 'quits'

West Ham captain Stacey Little says she was "treated disgustingly" before quitting, but the club claim she was released.

Muller has treatment for Alzheimer's

Bayern Munich and Germany legend Gerd Muller is receiving treatment for Alzheimer's disease, say the Bundesliga club.

No mistake hiring Moyes - Ferguson

Sir Alex Ferguson tells a BBC documentary Man Utd's decision to hire David Moyes as his successor was not a mistake.

Fifa sabotaging my campaign - Chung

South Korean Chung Mong-joon says he is under investigation by Fifa which has "sabotaged" his presidential candidacy.

SFA action over Houston interview

Falkirk boss Peter Houston gets a notice of complaint from the Scottish FA for comments made on his club's TV channel.

Lennon charged over referee comments

Bolton manager Neil Lennon is charged with misconduct after accusing referee Darren Drysdale of bias.

Some sports 'fail on mental health'

Former footballer Clarke Carlisle, who has battled with depression, believes some sports are "failing to address" mental health issues.

'Players suffer more with anxiety'

Current and ex-players suffer more from symptoms of depression and anxiety than the public, according to a Fifpro study.

Bale 'ready to go' for qualifiers

Gareth Bale is ready for Wales' Euro 2016 qualifiers against Bosnia-Herzegovina and Andorra after recovering from injury.

Republic of Ireland v Germany

Wes Hoolahan and Seamus Coleman could miss the Republic of Ireland's Euro 2016 qualifier against Germany because of injuries.

Ross County sign striker Schalk

Ross County sign former Netherlands Under-21 striker Alex Schalk on a deal until the end of the season.

Pressley appointed Fleetwood manager

League One side Fleetwood Town appoint former Coventry City boss Steven Pressley as their new manager.

Settled squad for Scotland's women

Defender Chloe Arthur is the only change in Scotland's squad for the Euro 2017 qualifiers against Belarus and Macedonia.

Footballer's mother killed in Hajj crush

The mother of Stoke City footballer Mame Diouf is understood to have died in a stampede during the annual Hajj pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia.

Man City Women will be 'stronger'

Manchester City midfielder Isobel Christiansen says the club will return "stronger" after being pipped to the WSL 1 title.

Glasgow City bank on Euro experience

Scott Booth hopes Glasgow City's European experience can give his side an edge over Chelsea in the Women's Champions League.

Player's namesake attends first match

An American man who became a Nottingham Forest fan after he was mistaken for a player online attends his first match at the City Ground.

We do not fear Lewandowski - McGhee

Scotland assistant manager Mark McGhee says they do not fear Poland's in-form striker Robert Lewandowski.

Friendly snubs frustrate Coleman

Manager Chris Coleman says Wales' success might be putting off major European nations from playing them in friendlies.

NI's McAuley fit to face Greece

Northern Ireland defender Gareth McAuley will be fit for Thursday's Euro 2016 qualifier against Greece, says

VIDEO: Giggs will be Man Utd boss - Beckham

Former Manchester United midfielder David Beckham believes that assistant manager Ryan Giggs has what it takes to become Manchester United manager one day.

VIDEO: Fowler keen on Reds coaching role

Former Liverpool striker Robbie Fowler says he would "absolutely love" to work alongside the club's next manager.

VIDEO: Moyes was the right man - Ferguson

Sir Alex Ferguson says Manchester United "picked the right man" in hiring David Moyes to succeed him as manager.

VIDEO: Belgian keeper saves three penalties

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.

VIDEO: Reds fan's bended knee plea to Klopp

Watch Jurgen Klopp's reaction to freelance filmmaker and Liverpool fan Ashish Sharma jokingly begging him to join the Reds back in February 2013.

VIDEO: Magennis targets start against Greece

Northern Ireland striker Josh Magennis hopes to replace the suspended Kyle Lafferty for Thursday's crucial Euro 2016 qualifier against Greece.

VIDEO: Gillespie: NI would regret Euro failure

Keith Gillespie believes Northern Ireland's players would regret it for the rest of their lives if they did not reach Euro 2016.

VIDEO: Klopp or not? We ask Liverpool fans

Liverpool fans give their view on who should replace Brendan Rodgers at Liverpool after he was sacked following a 1-1 draw in the Merseyside derby with Everton.

VIDEO: Chelsea party on hold for Europe

League champions Chelsea Ladies will not celebrate their first title until after their forthcoming Champions League games.

VIDEO: 'We have a duty of care to players'

Clarke Carlisle says "things must change" as statistics suggest mental illness is more common among footballers.

VIDEO: Highlights: Chelsea win WSL title

Watch highlights as Chelsea Ladies become Women's Super League 1 champions for the first time by beating Sunderland 4-0.

VIDEO: Shearer: Rodgers was dead man walking

Match of the Day 2 pundit Alan Shearer says sacked Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers was "a dead man walking" after the dismissal of his coaching assistants.

'I never thought we could qualify'

Former NI players David Healy and John O'Neill on the crunch clash with Greece and the potential impact of a Belfast victory.

Klopp & Liverpool - a perfect fit?

Jurgen Klopp's former colleagues and friends believe the German coach and Liverpool are the perfect fit for each other.

Secrets behind Sir Alex's success

A new BBC documentary uncovers what makes Sir Alex Ferguson one of Britain's most successful ever leaders.

Biggest challenges for new Reds boss

Controlling Liverpool's 'transfer committee' must be the priority for the incoming manager, argues Phil McNulty.

'Minor adjustments key for Strachan'

Gordon Strachan has big decisions to make when supplementing the core of his Scotland team, writes Richard Wilson.

How Chelsea Ladies won the title

From a "magnificent" front four to a respected boss, BBC Sport looks at the reasons behind Chelsea Ladies's success.

Seven nervy Scotland home qualifiers

How Scotland's Euro 2016 match against Poland on Thursday is reminiscent of previous tense home qualifiers.

Manager ins and outs - October 2015

Track the managerial ins and outs and a list of every boss in the top five leagues in England and the Scottish Premiership.

Anfield odds flattering - Warburton

Rangers manager Mark Warburton admits to being "flattered" at bookmakers' odds on him becoming the next Liverpool boss.

Bosnia hopeful Dzeko will face Wales

Edin Dzeko could be fit to face Wales in Saturday's Euro 2016 qualifier despite initially being ruled out with a knee injury.

Feeney leaves Linfield for Newport

Ex-Northern Ireland striker Warren Feeney resigns as Linfield manager to become assistant boss at Newport County.

Euro 2016 qualifying: State of play

With two rounds to go in Euro 2016 qualifying, which teams have made it and which are in danger of missing out?

Spain drops tax charges against Messi

Prosecutors in Spain drop tax charges against Barcelona footballer Lionel Messi but will pursue a case against the star's father.