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Hughes in contention for Stoke job
Former QPR boss Mark Hughes emerges as a leading contender to replace Tony Pulis as Stoke City manager.
Europa League incentive considered
Uefa will announce on Friday whether the Europa League winners will be given a qualifying place in the Champions League.
Ferdinand signs new Man Utd contract
Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand signs a one-year contract to extend his Old Trafford career.
Martinez delays Wigan decision
Roberto Martinez delays a decision on whether to stay on as manager of relegated Wigan after talks on Thursday.
Stoke reject Nzonzi transfer request
Stoke reject a written transfer request from midfielder Steven Nzonzi, who joined the club less than a year ago.
Division One clubs could break away
Scottish First Division clubs may break away from the SFL to join a new structure involving the 12 SPL teams.
Man City fans to thank Mancini
A group of Manchester City fans plan to thank former manager Roberto Mancini with an advert in an Italian newspaper.
Uefa reveals new drug-testing plans
Uefa announces a series of new measures designed to combat the use of performance-enhancing drugs in European football.
Bramble suggests Sunderland exit
Defender Titus Bramble intimates he will leave Sunderland when his contract expires this summer.
Lennon cleared for cup final dugout
Celtic's Neil Lennon will be in the dugout for Sunday's Scottish Cup final after receiving a suspended touchline ban.
Pulis writes to fans in Stoke paper
Former Stoke manager Tony Pulis writes a letter to fans in their local newspaper and urges them to support his successor.
Carlisle announces retirement
Northampton Town defender Clarke Carlisle, the players' union chairman, announces his retirement.
Pellegrini to leave Malaga
Manuel Pellegrini paves the way for a move to manage Manchester City after confirming he will leave Malaga.
FA Women's Cup: Arsenal v Bristol Academy
Bristol Academy aim to avenge their 2011 defeat when they take on Arsenal in Sunday's FA Women's Cup final.
Ex-Man Utd player Brian Greenhoff dies
Former Manchester United and England defender Brian Greenhoff has died suddenly at the age of 60.
Ronaldo and Mourinho receive bans
Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo and Jose Mourinho receive two-match Spanish Cup bans after being sent off in Friday's final.
Millwall set for manager interviews
Millwall chief executive Andy Ambler says the club are set to begin interviewing candidates to replace Kenny Jackett.
Man charged over footballer tweets
A Cheltenham man is charged over allegations racist tweets were sent to Clarke Carlisle and another Northampton Town footballer.
Carroll could be out until August
Andy Carroll could be out until August with the heel injury that forced him out of England's two post-season friendlies.
Gotze to miss Champions League final
Borussia Dortmund's Mario Gotze will miss the Champions League final against future club Bayern Munich through injury.
Gotze 'a big loss' for Dortmund
Michael Ballack says Mario Gotze will be "a big loss" for Borussia Dortmund but believes they can still win the Champions League.
Bundesliga raises Qatar 2022 concern
Germany's Bundesliga warns moving the 2022 World Cup to the Qatari winter could lead to legal challenges by European Leagues.
Dundee fans 'could buy Dens Park'
Dundee supporters would get the chance to own Dens Park if proposed investment by Keyes Capital goes ahead.
VIDEO: The rise of FA Cup finalists Bristol
BBC Sport's Karthi Gnanasegaram charts the rise of Bristol Academy as they prepare for the FA Women's Cup final.
VIDEO: Freestyler shows off football tricks
World freestyle football champion Andrew Henderson tells the BBC how breaking his leg encouraged him to take up the sport.
VIDEO: Di Canio cannot do as he wishes - PFA
PFA chief executive Gordon Taylor says no club can be "a law unto itself" as the association investigates the disciplinary action taken by Paolo Di Canio.
VIDEO: Pulis gives final interview on MotD
Stoke City boss Tony Pulis tells Match of the Day he is "disappointed" after a season-ending 1-1 draw against Southampton.
VIDEO: Managers would welcome Mourinho
England manager Roy Hodgson and West Ham boss Sam Allardyce say Jose Mourinho would be welcomed back to English football.
VIDEO: Mourinho's best quotes
BBC Sport looks back at Jose Mourinho's greatest quotes from his time in England.
VIDEO: Germany's greatest football triumphs
BBC Sport looks back at Germany's greatest football triumphs ahead of the first all-German Champions League final on Saturday.
VIDEO: Uefa chief praises WSL quality
Uefa's Karen Espelund tells BBC London that the Women's Super League is one of the best women's leagues in Europe.
VIDEO: Match of the Day's team of the season
Match of the Day pundits Alan Hansen and Alan Shearer reveal their best 11 players from the Premier League this season.
VIDEO: Football's weekend of farewells
BBC Sport looks back at a season of farewells with fans showing their appreciation to some of their favourite stars.
VIDEO: Ferguson salutes Man Utd's fans
Sir Alex Ferguson salutes Manchester United fans after his final match in charge finishes in an incredible 5-5 draw at West Brom.
VIDEO: Sir Alex Ferguson: a life of football
BBC Sport looks back at the life and career of Sir Alex Ferguson, from his early playing days in Scotland through to moulding Manchester United into one of the world's greatest clubs.
Germany and Wembley - a football love story
From losing a World Cup final to triumphing at Euro 96, German football has an emotional relationship with Wembley, says Raphael Honigstein
Is fussball coming home?
Is Wembley the home of German football too, with the stadium hosting Saturday's all-German Champions League final?
How good are Lawro's predictions?
Our statistical experts analyse the accuracy of Mark Lawrenson's Premier League predictions for the 2012-13 season.
McKinstry on the march
Northern Irishman Johnny McKinstry outlines his dream to reach the 2014 World Cup in Brazil with Sierra Leone.
Motty's Premier League review: Good & the bad
Match of the Day commentator John Motson picks his highlights, low points and best players from the 2012-13 Premier League season
How did your team's manager fare this season?
Chief football writer Phil McNulty assesses the campaigns of every Premier League manager
End of season ups and downs
Which teams won promotion, were relegated or secured European qualification in the English and Scottish leagues?
Hearts director warning about shares
Director Sergejus Fedotovas tells Hearts' AGM that all club shares will be worthless, should the Tynecastle outfit enter administration.
Keates deal sends 'positive message'
Wrexham chief Don Bircham says the re-signing of captain Dean Keates could persuade others to stay with the club.
Crues win court battle over Windsor
Crusaders win the right to legally challenge the £25m funding of a redevelopment project for Windsor Park.
Mourinho's time at Real in pictures
Jose Mourinho's three-year reign at Real Madrid will come to an end this summer
England's kits through the years
Following the release of images of the new England kit, BBC Sport looks at the country's kits through the years.
Premier League farewells in pictures
Sir Alex Ferguson, Paul Scholes and Jamie Carragher are among a cast of familiar faces who said goodbye on the final day of the Premier League season.
How German football reinvented itself
Germany's disastrous Euro 2000 campaign prompted changes which have helped the country provide both Champions League finalists
Wolfsburg end Lyon's 118-game run
Wolfsburg beat Lyon to win the Women's Champions League and end the French side's 118-game unbeaten run.