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Directors prepare to address Hearts' AGM as a Scandinavian group consider a possible bid to buy the club.
Andy Carroll could be out until August with the heel injury that forced him out of England's two post-season friendlies.
Former Stoke manager Tony Pulis says he is "disappointed" to leave Stoke but has "accepted" chairman Peter Coates's decision.
Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo and Jose Mourinho receive two-match Spanish Cup bans after being sent off in Friday's final.
Former Manchester United and England defender Brian Greenhoff has died suddenly at the age of 60.
Germany's Bundesliga warns moving the 2022 World Cup to the Qatari winter could lead to legal challenges by European Leagues.
Former Aston Villa club captain Stiliyan Petrov is to take up a new role as an assistant to development coach Gordon Cowans.
Bradford City boss Phil Parkinson signs a new three-year deal with the promoted League Two side.
Captain James McPake is determined to lead Hibs in the Scottish Cup final and has taken a pain-killing injection.
Borussia Dortmund's Mario Gotze will miss the Champions League final against future club Bayern Munich through injury.
Uefa ban Rapid Bucharest from entry into one European club competition after they miss a deadline to pay off debts.
Motherwell's Stuart McCall to open talks with Sheffield United about their managerial vacancy in the next 24 hours.
Roberto Martinez will make a decision on his future at Wigan in the next 24 hours after holding talks with Dave Whelan.
Manuel Pellegrini paves the way for a move to manage Manchester City after confirming he will leave Spanish club Malaga.
Fulham sign Venezuela defender Fernando Amorebieta and Ghana midfielder Derek Boateng on free transfers.
Crewe boss Steve Davis is favourite to become the new Wolves head coach, as bookmakers cut his price to odds-on.
Manchester City launch new kit after signing a deal with US sportswear giant Nike reported to be worth £72m over six years.
Bayern Munich's Thomas Mueller thinks losing a third Champions League final would see him "branded a loser".
Defender Mikael Lustig believes tiredness is Celtic's biggest concern as they prepare for Sunday's Scottish Cup final.
World freestyle football champion Andrew Henderson tells the BBC how breaking his leg encouraged him to take up the sport.