ROI boss Kenny: No time to celebrate appointment

Newly-appointed Republic of Ireland manager Stephen Kenny says he is "not in celebratory mode" due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Bayern Munich to return to training on Monday

Bayern Munich players will return to training on Monday for the first time since the Bundesliga campaign was suspended.

ROI boss Kenny excited by 'incredible' year ahead

Newly-appointed Republic of Ireland manager Stephen Kenny says he is excited by the prospect of an "incredible" introduction to senior international management.

Van Gaal: Ajax using corona crisis for own gain

Louis van Gaal has accused his former club Ajax of trying to use the coronavirus pandemic "for their own gain".

UEFA: Behind closed doors an option for CL and EL

UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin says this season's Champions League and Europa League could be concluded by playing behind closed doors.

Our PL team of the season – now pick yours!

Listen to a special Sky Sports podcast discussing the Premier League team of the season - and then vote for your own best XI.

What's your favourite PL solo goal?

There have been some memorable individual goals down the years, but which one is your favourite? Make your pick from our first list below…

UEFA president Ceferin: Better to play behind closed doors than not at all

UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin says playing behind closed doors is a better option than scrapping the season, but warned the Champions League and Europa League could be abandoned if coronavirus restrictions remain into September.

Man City to discipline Walker over lockdown breach

Kyle Walker is facing disciplinary action from Manchester City after breaking the government's rules on social distancing due to coronavirus.

West Brom CEO Mark Jenkins will not take a wage during football’s shutdown

West Brom chief executive Mark Jenkins will take a 100 per cent pay cut during the coronavirus crisis.

Duff, Andrews join Kenny's ROI backroom staff

Former Republic of Ireland internationals Damien Duff and Keith Andrews have been appointed to new manager Stephen Kenny's backroom staff.

Kyle Walker sorry for flouting lockdown as Man City start internal investigation

Kyle Walker is facing disciplinary action from Manchester City despite apologising after breaching lockdown conditions.



Southgate agrees to 30 per cent pay cut

England manager Gareth Southgate has agreed to a 30 per cent pay cut.

PL players 'want to make significant contributions'

Premier League players intend to make "significant financial contributions" during the coronavirus crisis, the Professional Footballers' Association (PFA) has announced.

PFA says Premier League stars want to help but stresses implications of pay cuts

The Professional Footballers’ Association says Premier League players want to make “significant financial contributions” but warned a 30 per cent pay cut would have far-reaching implications.

Rare action sees Istiklol come from behind to retain Super Cup in Tajikistan

Tajikistan started a new season on Saturday despite the global coronavirus pandemic as Istiklol Dushanbe retained the Super Cup with a 2-1 victory over Khujand.

Inverness furlough players as club admit they are in ‘rescue mode’

Inverness are in “rescue mode” as they announced the players and the majority of the club’s staff had been furloughed.

Carragher and Collymore blast Liverpool for furloughing non-playing staff

Former players Jamie Carragher and Stan Collymore turned on Liverpool after the Premier League leaders became the fifth top-flight club to announce they have furloughed some non-playing staff during the coronavirus pandemic.

Kenny replaces McCarthy as ROI manager

Stephen Kenny has replaced Mick McCarthy as Republic of Ireland manager with immediate effect.

Kenny takes over from McCarthy as Republic of Ireland manager

Stephen Kenny has replaced Mick McCarthy as Republic of Ireland manager with immediate effect, following UEFA’s announcement that the Euro 2020 qualifying play-offs would again be delayed by the coronavirus pandemic.

Liverpool the latest Premier League club to furlough non-playing staff members

Liverpool have placed some non-playing staff on furlough as the Premier League remains suspended due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Liverpool furlough some non-playing staff as talks over wage cuts take place

Liverpool have announced they have placed some non-playing staff on furlough as the Premier League remains suspended due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Liverpool place some non-playing staff on furlough

Liverpool have announced they have placed some non-playing staff on furlough as the Premier League remains suspended due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Liverpool place some of their non-playing staff on furlough

Liverpool have announced they have placed some non-playing staff on furlough as the Premier League remains suspended due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Leicester chairman launches 'Gift of a Wish 2020'

Leicester City chairman Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha has announced the club have launched the 'Gift of a Wish 2020' charitable programme on his late father’s birthday.

Belgium seek UEFA approval to end season early

The Belgian FA is seeking UEFA approval before ending the Pro League season prematurely to avoid exclusion from European competition.

Chris Wilder says players and managers will ‘do the right thing’ on wage cuts

Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder has backed players and managers to “do the right thing” by taking a pay cut.

Burnley 'could lose £50m' if PL season ends

Burnley have warned they could lose as much as £50m if the Premier League does not resume this season.

Tajikistan season kicking off despite pandemic

Tajikistan's football season kicks off this weekend despite almost every other global league grinding to a halt because of the coronavirus pandemic.

5 players who could be back to full fitness when Premier League campaign resumes

The Premier League has been postponed indefinitely as the coronavirus pandemic grips the world.

Tierney: I miss Celtic, Martinelli can be world-class

Arsenal left-back Kieran Tierney has revealed leaving Celtic was "the hardest decision" of his life and that he "misses everything" about playing for his boyhood club.




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