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Ex-Weymouth chief Gary Calder is suspended from football for eight years after being found guilty of breaching betting rules.
Uefa begins a case against Atletico Madrid for alleged racist abuse by fans in a youth game against Manchester City.
Former Newcastle United footballer Nile Ranger is cleared of rape following a trial at the city's crown court.
Former director Dave King denies trying to undermine Rangers and welcomes an invitation to talk to their board.
Carles Puyol scores a thumping header for Spain in their 1-0 semi-final victory over Germany at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.
Wales midfielder Joe Ledley is out of their friendly against Iceland on Wednesday with a hip injury.
Colchester United boss Joe Dunne receives a gift from an overhead bird after Saturday's 2-1 loss at Leyton Orient.
Poland confirm that striker Robert Lewandowski will miss their friendly against Scotland through injury.
Conference chief Dennis Strudwick tells Braintree Town to ask questions of themselves amid a fixture pile-up.
Arsenal set to double Ramsey wages, Everton to keep Traore, Borini hopes for Italy recall plus more
England boss Roy Hodgson plans to use the psychiatrist who helped Team GB cyclists to Olympic glory for the World Cup.
A Belgian futsal player receives a 10-game ban from Uefa for making a "quenelle" sign when celebrating scoring a goal.
Barcelona's 35-year-old captain Carles Puyol will leave the Spanish giants at the end of the season.
Bolton midfielder Stuart Holden lasts just 23 minutes of his comeback from his third serious knee injury.
Torquay midfielder Joss Labadie is charged by the FA following an alleged biting incident against Chesterfield.
New head coach Mark Sampson has lifted the England squad since replacing Hope Powell in December, says Toni Duggan.
Nottingham Forest boss Billy Davies is handed a five-game ban for his behaviour in the draw with Leicester last month.
With the World Cup just 100 days away, three football experts assess the form and prospects of England's Group D opponents
Full-back Angel Rangel says Swansea will benefit from their two-week break after a hectic three months.
Derby boss Steve McClaren says a simple management structure and lack of interference has been vital to their resurgence.