The controversial decision not to red card Jordan Pickford during last week’s Merseyside derby is to be scrutinised at the next referees’ half-term summit.
Kick It Out are braced for possible funding cuts next year despite a rise in reports of racist abuse during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Arsenal have taken the son of club legend Dennis Bergkamp on trial, with midfielder Mitchel training with the U23 side at their training ground this week.
The EFL has urged the government to commit to a raft of measures as part of a desperate plea for immediate assistance – with many of its clubs at breaking point.
Porto boss Sergio Conceicao has launched a stinging criticism of Manchester City counterpart Pep Guardiola and claimed he used ‘ugly words’ on the touchline during their Champions League group game fixture.
Lionel Messi is hopeful his old foe Cristiano Ronaldo will be able to take part in Barcelona’s Champions League clash against Juventus despite testing positive for coronavirus.
Darren Fletcher has returned to Manchester United to help coach the club’s U16s squad.
Football clubs in the Championship and lower leagues have been offered emergency loans from the EFL in a desperate bid to ‘stop them going bust’, after failing to agree a rescue package with the Premier League or government.
Wimbledon is set to increase the diversity of its governance by making Anne Keothavong the first member of its main committee from a BAME background.
England men’s cricketers face the prospect of their win bonuses being slashed in half and their pay reduced by around 15 per cent under the latest round of cost-cutting measures in the sport
Questions are being tabled in the House of Commons over the details of the government’s £10m bailout fund for National League football clubs, after it emerged each club’s share will be almost identical despite the large differences in average attendance.
Referees have suffered a sharp spike in the number of assaults and cases of abuse at grassroots level, according to the national charity for match officials.
England could play an extra two-Test series next summer if the World Test Championship final is postponed.
The EFL has asked the government for permission for all of its 72 clubs to defer tens of millions of pounds of tax payments until fans are allowed back into stadiums.
Andy Murray has received praise from Coco Gauff after helping to increase awareness of the lack of diversity in the boardrooms of the All England Club and Lawn Tennis Association (LTA).
The governing bodies of the British Olympic and Paralympic sports are in a state of panic over funding for the 2024 Paris Games.
Gareth Bale has warned defenders his best is yet to come after making his first start since returning to Tottenham.
Floyd Mayweather has blasted the sport for having so many belts, saying that ‘everybody’s a champion’.
Mesut Ozil could leave Arsenal now with MLS, Qatar, Portugal and Brazil transfer windows still open.
Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson Becker is close to a return from injury and could be back for the West Ham game next week.
Manchester United and Chelsea are reportedly set to slug it out for Borussia Monchengladbach’s highly-rated defensive midfielder Denis Zakaria.
FIFA president Gianni Infantino has been forced to backtrack on plans for a European Premier League.
Mauricio Pochettino and Raul are reportedly the two prime candidates to succeed Zinedine Zidane if the Frenchman is given his marching orders at Real Madrid.
Said Benrahma has admitted he was close to missing out on a move to West Ham.
Neil Lennon admits star man Odsonne Edouard will not be available to face Aberdeen at the weekend but offered hope of a Lille return.
Ryan Christie last night questioned Scottish football’s Covid-19 isolation rules, revealing he has tested negative six times since being classed a close contact of Scotland pal Stuart Armstrong.