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Jose Mourinho got under Atletico Madrid's skin and now has Chelsea two wins from epic glory.
How bad a season has it been for Man Utd? The worst ever? We look at other poor campaigns.
Matt Stanger thinks Chelsea could have shown more adventure against Atletico at the Vicente Calderon.
Singer-songwriter Christian Swalinski remembers the '96 Lives' lost at Liverpool's iconic Cavern Club.
Rangers manager Ally McCoist has rubbished suggestions his veteran skipper Lee McCulloch would deliberately injure an opponent.
Benoit Assou-Ekotto is targeting a return to Tottenham's first-team despite spending the season on loan at Championship side QPR.
Former Celtic skipper Tommy Boyd has rubbished suggestions that this year's Scottish Premiership title is devalued due to the absence of Rangers.
Manchester City will not look back on 2013/14 as a successful season unless they can add the league title to the Capital One Cup, according to defender Gael Clichy.
The bonus pool for the European Tour's season-ending Final Series has been increased to $5m as part of a number of changes introduced to a new qualifying format.
East Stirlingshire chairman Tony Ford has warned his players could walk off the park if there is any repetition of the racist incident which marred his side's game at Peterhead last week.
Sky Sports' Champions League expert Graeme Souness is convinced Didier Drogba is still good enough to lead the line in the current Chelsea set-up.
Tony Gale is in the Sky Sports News studio every Monday to look at how England's World Cup squad is shaping up.
Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert has refuted the suggestion his side feels the pressure of playing away from home as they struggle to pick up points at Villa Park.
Dedicated followers of Soccernomics principles would tell you that a new manager can affect the team he inherits with no more than a 10% bounce.
Scotland Women head coach Jules Maxton has rung the changes ahead of Sunday's game against Italy at Campo del Parco Urbano in Caserta.
Andrew Robertson admits he was 'amazed' to hear he had been called into Scotland's senior squad for the friendly against Poland next month.
Sky Sports News' Fraser Dainton takes a look at how Liverpool FC's Foundation College is giving young footballers a second chance
Sky Sports News' Andy Burton reports from the Etihad where he's expecting goals aplenty from City's toughest test of the season to date.
Last week Tony Gale claimed Raheem Sterling was still a bit behind the others in terms of booking a seat on England's World Cup plane this summer, and he's sticking to that line.
Former Olympic swimmer Sharron Davies MBE joins Vicky Gomersall on this week's Sportswomen.
Edinburgh businesswoman Ann Budge has been revealed as the main backer behind fans' group the Foundation of Hearts' proposed takeover of the Tyncastle club.