Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert is reportedly trying to bring Republic of Ireland coach Roy Keane in as his assistant next season.
Colombia have announced the final cuts to their squad for this summer's World Cup - and the big news is that Falcao will miss out.
Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge has revealed that he tried to model himself on the likes of Rivaldo and Faustino Asprilla growing up as a youngster.
Peter Schmeichel claims that there is no bigger manager in world football than Manchester United’s Louis van Gaal.
Chelsea player Ramires has been speaking ahead of this summer's World Cup in his homeland.
Real Madrid star striker attracts Arsenal manager's attention, could be the key man in Brazil, and is a long-running Gunners target.
Josip Drmic had been strongly linked to Arsenal ahead of his Leverkusen switch. Here's why fans may not be too upset.
The World Cup is not only football's biggest tournament, but it also serves as a shop window for players to impress onlooking clubs.
Liverpool have completed the signing of Rickie Lambert for a reported fee of £4.5m but what does the deal reveal about the Reds’ transfer plans this summer?
The legendary Selecao striker thinks that the Barcelona superstar can fire his national team to glory in his homeland.
The 23-year-old doesn't look like he's leaving Tottenham Hotspur any time soon.
A round-up of Friday's transfer news involving Newcastle United.
West Ham United’s Robert Snodgrass is reportedly wanted by Leeds United and Newcastle United among other clubs in the summer transfer window.
Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers should consider the Aston Villa man.
Why didn't West Ham United go for Chelsea's Kurt Zouma?
Kyle Walker made his debut for Manchester City after his big money move from Tottenham Hotspur.
Newcastle United have made three signings so far this summer.
Tottenham Hotspur have signed nobody this summer, despite plenty of speculation.
Tottenham Hotspur are interested in Nice midfielder Jean Michael-Seri.
Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers should ask about the 25-year-old if Wes Foderingham joins Nottingham Forest.
Were this an election to choose the next World Cup venue, the trains into Newark would be stuffed with bullion. Instead, the voters have had to make do with the rather less golden promises of the dozens of politicians who have arrived daily on the ministerial express. And they look as if they might just have had enough; most look ready to vote for the first party to leave them in peace.
Receive match updates, real-time stats and even share your World Cup opinions all on your console.
While it isn't the same overhaul that we saw with iOS 7, iOS 8 promises some great new features.