As Pep Guardiola returns to Barcelona, we look back on his time at the club in his own words.
Luis Enrique will be looking to step out of the shadow of Pep Guardiola, writes Adam Bate.
Burnley have appealed against Michael Duff’s red card following his sending off against West Ham.
Athletic Bilbao veteran Carlos Gurpegi has extended his contract at the club by another season.
Sky Sports News HQ reporter Paul Gilmour met Seko Fofana following the completion of his loan spell with Fulham.
Brentford boss Mark Warburton has told striker Andre Gray to ignore the doubters and play with a a smile on his face.
Norwich manager Alex Neil cannot wait for the Sky Bet Championship play-off showdown with Ipswich.
Wycombe have extended the loan spells of four key players ahead of the promotion play-offs.
Northampton boss Chris Wilder released Matt Duke because he could not guarantee the goalkeeper first-team football.
Sky sources understand John Carver did not offer to step aside as Newcastle interim manager, contrary to reports.
Sky Sports pundit Gary Neville told MNF that Arsenal need to improve the spine of their team if they are to challenge for the title.
Burton have released six out-of-contract players following their promotion to League One.
Birmingham have offered new contracts to four players as they continue talks with goalkeeper Darren Randolph.
John Terry wants Chelsea to keep Didier Drogba at the club next season by offering him a new deal.
Police fired percussion grenades inside the Castelao Arena as fans fought pitch battles following the end of the Ceara state championship final.
Qatar officials have hit back at claims German TV crews were arrested while making a World Cup corruption documentary.
Juventus host Real Madrid in the first leg of their Champions League semi-final aiming to reach their first final since 2003.
Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti has called for a better defensive performance from his side when they travel to Juventus.
Gary Neville believes Chelsea could dominate for years to come if they were to sign Gareth Bale from Real Madrid.
Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein has confirmed he will continue his bid to become the next FIFA president.