The most gut-wrenching time of the season is here. Get ready for the Championship promotion playoffs. A dramatic final day of the Football League Championship season saw Wigan Athletic hang on to fifth
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was left shattered yet sanguine by Cardiff's relegation to the Championship and immediately pledged to choreograph a promotion bid next season. "You've got to face facts haven't you,"
A police officer and three Napoli supporters were injured, one fan critically, in clashes before Saturday's Copa Italia final between Napoli and Fiorentina in Rome, Italian television and news agencies
Roberto Martinez had a great idea, but his team couldn't execute it. Sunderland are amazing. Sam Allardyce is not. Let's recap what we learned from Saturday's Premier League games. Saturday's marquee featured
Ryan Giggs will be offered a job by Louis van Gaal on his coaching staff when the Dutchman becomes Manchester United manager, with the deal to make the 62-year-old the permanent replacement of David Moyes
Before anyone accuses this so-called Gang of Three of sour grapes, just imagine the fuss if it was one of the clubs competing for the title that had fielded an ineligible player and escaped a points deduction.
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What would happen if you applied Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho's win-at-all-costs mentality to daily life? Ed Cumming suggests some life lessons from the Special One God, I can't bear Chelsea. I hate dodgy
Crystal Palace boss Tony Pulis has been awarded the Barclays Manager of the Month award for April. The 56-year-old guided Palace to four wins from five league games as the Eagles climbed out of relegation
Liverpool, Manchester City and Chelsea enter the final bend in a Premier League title race to end all races
The three-way battle for the Premier League title is a fitting climax to a thrilling season of upsets and unpredictability, writes Paul Hayward A Fleet Street stalwart had a favourite line for this time
Asrenal manager warns fans not to expect an influx of star names in the summer despite their difficult season Arsène Wenger said on Friday that Arsenal would pursue "stability" rather than spectacular