Southampton assistant Black named in corruption claims
Southampton assistant boss Eric Black gave undercover reporters advice on how to bribe officials at other clubs, the Daily Telegraph claims.
Ibrahimovic helps Man Utd to Europa League win
Manchester United climb off the bottom of their Europa League group thanks to Zlatan Ibrahimovic's second-half winner against Zorya Luhansk.
Gareth Southgate says Wayne Rooney will continue as England captain
Wayne Rooney will continue in his role as England captain, interim manager Gareth Southgate confirms.
Analysis: Jenas on Why Spurs will beat Man City
Tottenham will make a statement against Manchester City and go the distance in the title race, says Match of the Day pundit Jermaine Jenas.
Saints earn Europa League point in Israel
Southampton earn a valuable Europa League point against Hapoel Be'er-Sheeva from a dour affair in Israel.
Arsene Wenger & Alex Ferguson's first run-in
As Arsene Wenger celebrates 20 years as manager of Arsenal, BBC Sport looks back at his first run-in with Manchester United counterpart Alex Ferguson.
Gary Lineker: All player transfers should be transparent
Match of the Day presenter Gary Lineker says we need transparency when it comes to player transfers so everyone knows where the money is going.
Arsene Wenger's 20 years at Arsenal: How will he be judged?
As Arsene Wenger celebrates the 20th anniversary of his arrival at Arsenal, how does his record reflect on him and how will he be judged?
Second time lucky? Lawro takes on last year's worst predictor
BBC football expert Mark Lawrenson takes on comedian and actor Elis James in this weekend's Premier League fixtures.
Football has never been cleaner - Stoke chairman Coates
Stoke chairman Peter Coates says he does not accept football is corrupt, despite recent allegations of financial malpractice.
Dundalk become first Irish team to win a European group stage game
Dundalk shock Maccabi Tel-Aviv in the Europa League with a 1-0 win to become the first Irish team to earn a European group stage victory.
Barnsley sack assistant boss Wright after corruption allegations
Barnsley sack assistant boss Tommy Wright following allegations of football corruption in a Daily Telegraph investigation.
I don't know when injured Ramsey will be back - Coleman
Wales boss Chris Coleman says he does not know when Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey will return from his hamstring injury.
Everton v Crystal Palace - team news & preview
Preview followed by live coverage of Friday's Premier League game between Everton and Crystal Palace.
Watch 10 great goals from Wenger's Arsenal & pick your favourite XI
BBC Sport picks out a selection of great goals from some of Arsene Wenger's greatest signings during his 20 years at Arsenal.
Brendan Rodgers: Celtic would be major threat in English League
Brendan Rodgers thinks the English League does not want to include Celtic because the Glasgow club would be "a major threat".
2018 World Cup: Striker Grigg to miss Northern Ireland games
Northern Ireland striker Will Grigg is out of the World Cup qualifiers against San Marino and Germany for family reasons.
Uefa rules against Scotland Women Under-19s over Serbia match
Uefa rules against Scotland Women Under-19s, saying they must forfeit their tie against Serbia for their "refusal to play".
Jaap Stam: Reading manager & ex-Man Utd star has 'maybe one' football friend
Ex-Manchester United star Jaap Stam, now Reading manager, tells Football Focus he has 'maybe one' football friend and does not keep in touch with former team-mates.
Arsenal legends' first impressions of Arsene Wenger
Former Arsenal players Martin Keown, Ian Wright and John Hartson discuss their first impressions of manager Arsene Wenger ahead of his 20th anniversary at the club.
England manager: Crystal Palace's Alan Pardew 'proud' to be linked with job
Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew is "privileged and proud" to be linked with the England manager's job but insists he will "return the loyalty" shown to him by the Eagles.
Sam Allardyce: What lasted longer than Allardyce's 67-day England reign?
BBC Sport takes a look at some events in recent history that have lasted longer than Sam Allardyce's 67 days in charge of the England team.
Stoke City chairman Peter Coates says football is not corrupt
Stoke City chairman Peter Coates tells BBC sports editor Dan Roan that football is not corrupt and has "never been cleaner".
World Cup 2018: San Marino game key for NI - O'Neill
Northern Ireland boss Michael O'Neill says beating group minnows San Marino next month is vital to hopes of qualifying for the 2018 World Cup.
Celtic v Manchester City: Pep Guardiola 'satisfied' with 3-3 draw
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola lauds the "amazing effort" of his side to recover three times in the 3-3 draw with Celtic.
FA Cup: Teddy Sheringham's son, John Terry's shirt & David Beckham
Seventeen years after watching his dad win the FA Cup, Teddy Sheringham's son hopes to help Ebbsfleet United enjoy a money-spinning run.
Adams? Pires? Henry? Pick Wenger's greatest Arsenal XI
Arsene Wenger celebrates 20 years in charge of Arsenal this weekend - but who would you pick in his greatest Gunners XI?
Celtic rock Man City on thrilling night in Glasgow
Tom English enjoys a night of breathless entertainment as Celtic and Manchester City share six Champions League goals.
Who will follow Allardyce? The candidates for the England job
After the departure of Sam Allardyce as England manager after only 67 days in charge, we look at the men linked with replacing him.
Champions? Relegated? Predict the final Premier League table
Who will win and who is going down? Predict how the Premier League will finish this season and share it with your friends.
Transfers - September 2016
Track all the latest signings as they happen in England, Scotland and across the world.
Manager ins and outs - September 2016
Track the managerial ins and outs and a list of every boss in the top five leagues in England and the Scottish Premiership.