Clarke open to Scotland job

Kilmarnock boss Steve Clarke says he has ambitions to manage Scotland "at some stage".

Ole: Top four rivals have advantage

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says Manchester United's top four rivals have an advantage over his side thanks to their involvement in European competition.

Stankovic trying to enjoy Premier League run-in

Huddersfield defender Jon Gorenc Stankovic accepts it has been a miserable season for the club but is determined to savour every last minute of top-flight football.

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MLS to expand to 30 teams

MLS have announced plans to expand to 30 teams with St. Louis and Sacramento to make formal bids

Emery: Arsenal need new energy

Arsenal manager Unai Emery says he will be forced to make changes for the game against Crystal Palace on Sunday even though his side are battling for a top-four place.

'Arsenal on verge of remarkable season'

Ray Parlour believes a top-four finish and Europa League success would make Arsenal's season a "remarkable" one, given it is Unai Emery's first season in charge.

Emery: We're proven now on big stage

Unai Emery said Arsenal's win in Napoli to seal a Europa League semi-final place proved his side can mix it with the best.

Sarri criticises slow second-half starts

Maurizio Sarri says his Chelsea players must begin with more urgency after half-time following their Europa League win over Slavia Prague.

Football rumours from the media

What the papers sayReal Madrid are close to finalising a deal with Eden Hazard, according to reports. Spanish site Marca says an agreement with Chelsea will be made public in the coming days. The Sun reports that the Blues dropped the Belgian playmaker’s price to £90million. His original valuation was reportedly more than £100million. The 28-year-old has a year left on his contract at Stamford Bridge, so Chelsea will have to sell him in the summer to cash in.

How do City, Spurs recover for Saturday?

Manchester City and Tottenham played out an enthralling Champions League encounter on Wednesday, and they go again in the Premier League on Saturday.

Merse on relegation battle

Paul Merson believes we are in for a thrilling end-of-season relegation battle, with Brighton's fixtures giving Cardiff the edge.

Grealish wins Goal of the Month

Jack Grealish, Jonson Clarke-Harris and Jamie Devitt have won the Sky Bet EFL Goal of the Month awards for March.

Frankfurt, Valencia make Europa semis

Eintracht Frankfurt hit back from a two-goal first-leg deficit to sink Benfica on away goals and book a semi-final clash against Chelsea.

When are the EL semi-finals?

Arsenal and Chelsea are still on course for European honours this season. Check out their Europa League semi-final dates here.

Frankfurt boss Hutter hails ‘perfect’ evening

Eintracht Frankfurt head coach Adi Hutter hailed his side after they reversed a two-goal first-leg deficit to beat Benfica and reach the Europa League semi-finals.

Sarri criticises slow second-half starts

Maurizio Sarri says his Chelsea players must begin with more urgency after half-time following their Europa League win over Slavia Prague.

Emery: We're proven now on big stage

Unai Emery said Arsenal's win in Napoli to seal a Europa League semi-final place proved his side can mix it with the best.

Ramsey concerns after Napoli injury

Aaron Ramsey was forced off with injury against Napoli - prompting concerns he could have played his last game for Arsenal.

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'Arsenal on verge of remarkable season'

Ray Parlour believes a top-four finish and Europa League success would make Arsenal's season a "remarkable" one, given it is Unai Emery's first season in charge.

Pochettino wants clarity on VAR

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino says there needs to be more clarity around the use of VAR in football.

Costa refuses to train after club fine

Diego Costa refused to train on Thursday after being told that Atletico will fine him for his verbal outburst in the recent defeat by Barcelona.

Fast-starting Chelsea made to sweat before sealing semi-final spot

Pedro’s smart double helped Chelsea ride out a worrying wobble to see off Slavia Prague 4-3 and reach the Europa League semi-finals.

Mauricio Pochettino lost for words during late drama at Etihad Stadium

Mauricio Pochettino has revealed he did not know how he was going to be able to address his Tottenham players when it looked like they were heading out of the Champions League.

Valencia ease past neighbours Villarreal to reach Europa League semi-finals

Valencia booked their place in the Europa League semi finals as a 2-0 win over neighbours Villarreal secured a 5-1 aggregate victory.

Frankfurt stage second-leg fightback to edge out Benfica

Eintracht Frankfurt wiped out a two-goal first-leg deficit to beat Benfica 2-0 in Germany and advance into the Europa League semi-finals on the away goals rule.

Christie and Hendry done for season

Celtic boss Neil Lennon has confirmed Ryan Christie and Jack Hendry will miss the remainder of the season.

Liverpool to subsidise Barca tickets

Liverpool have confirmed they will subsidise ticket prices for fans travelling to Barcelona for their Champions League semi-final first leg.

The hivemind: The most popular trends in the FPL transfer market

Players go in and out of fashion in the Fantasy Premier League but who is trending towards the end of the season, and is it for the right reasons?

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Listen to the EFL Matters podcast, as former West Brom boss Darren Moore joins David Prutton.

Brown hearing moved forward

Celtic captain Scott Brown has had his Scottish FA disciplinary hearing moved forward six days at the club's request.

Capoue banned from driving

Watford midfielder Etienne Capoue has been given a three-month driving ban and fined £1,666 after being caught speeding.

Ajax CL SF impacts entire Eredivisie

The KNVB has moved an entire round of Eredivisie matches to accommodate Ajax's progression to the Champions League semi-finals.

Charlie's Guide to Super 6 Glory

Charlie Nicholas offers his Super 6 selections for the midweek action, with £250,000 up for grabs for six correct scorelines.

Newcastle warn they won't spend big

Newcastle managing director Lee Charnley has warned that the club will continue to live within its means after reporting an £18.6m profit after tax.

City squad to fund FA Cup final coaches

The Manchester City squad will pay for coach travel to the FA Cup final on May 18 for their supporters.

Prutton's EFL predictions

David Prutton returns with his Sky Bet EFL predictions ahead of the Good Friday fixtures, but who is he tipping for victory?

Ryan Christie ruled out of Celtic’s Scottish Cup final against Hearts

Celtic have confirmed Ryan Christie will miss the William Hill Scottish Cup final.

Newcastle will not overspend to remain in the Premier League, insists Charnley

Newcastle managing director Lee Charnley has warned that the club will continue to live within its means after reporting an £18.6million profit after tax.

Everton boss Marco Silva urges Andre Gomes to learn from his mistakes

Everton boss Marco Silva has told Andre Gomes to learn from his mistake after the midfielder was handed a three-match ban for violent conduct.

Gracia challenges Watford to prove they can deal with Deeney loss

Watford boss Javi Gracia has told his players to be ready to compete without skipper Troy Deeney as they attempt to bring a good season to a glorious conclusion.

Brown disciplinary hearing moved forward

Celtic captain Scott Brown has had his Scottish Football Association disciplinary hearing moved forward six days.

Tranmere and MK Dons deny racist abuse

Tranmere and MK Dons have denied any racist abuse of players took place during the fixture between the clubs.

Ronaldo on brink of league title record

Cristiano Ronaldo is set to become the first player to win domestic titles in England, Spain and Italy. We assess his impact since joining Juventus...

Social media boycott planned over racism

The PFA is encouraging all professional footballers to boycott social media on Friday in a stand against racism.

McInnes not being drawn on Scotland

Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes says the vacant Scotland job should be an ambition for most managers but is not being drawn on whether it is a role he fancies.

Silva: Goodison will be tough for Utd

Marco Silva has warned Man Utd will face a tough challenge if Everton maintain their recent home form when the teams meet on Sunday.

PFA launches boycott in protest at racism on social media

Leading Premier League stars have backed a 24-hour social media boycott in protest at an escalation of incidents of racial abuse online.

Rangers have progressed under Steven Gerrard, insists former boss Jimmy Nicholl

Jimmy Nicholl has rubbished suggestions Rangers have not progressed under Steven Gerrard – insisting those criticising the Ibrox boss have no idea how bad a state the club was in 12 months ago.

Liverpool prepared to spend £45m on... Everton?

Liverpool and Manchester City are going head to head for the Brazilian forward, according to one report.

Follow crucial Good Friday EFL on Sky

There could be a promotion, relegation and title won across the Sky Bet EFL on Good Friday. Here is how you can watch and follow all the action on Sky Sports..

Bakayoko racially abused in Italy

A video has emerged of Lazio fans directing a racist chant at AC Milan's on-loan Chelsea midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko.

Arsenal look to Bundesliga for Aaron Ramsey replacement with £28m release clause

Arsenal see Kerem Demirbay of Hoffenheim as a possible solution to their Aaron Ramsey-less future, according to reports in Germany.

Dyche: Burnley not safe yet

Sean Dyche refuses to accept that Burnley are safe, despite a run of wins which has taken them clear of the relegation zone.

Champ clubs demand financial scrutiny

The EFL are under increasing pressure to take a closer look at the financial conduct of its Championship clubs, Sky Sports News understands.

10 popular FPL transfers that immediately went wrong this season

They say the best-laid plans of mice and men often go awry, and during a Fantasy Premier League campaign such scheming is regularly laid to waste.

Cristiano Ronaldo 'unlikely' to stay at Juventus beyond 2019/20 – report

Cristiano Ronaldo may not see out his contract at Juventus, according to reports in Italy. 

Kirby: We must be fearless against Lyon

Chelsea Women will have to be fearless in the Champions League semi-final against defending champions Lyon, according to forward Fran Kirby.

Farke: Norwich let table do the talking

Norwich head coach Daniel Farke says the Championship leaders will let the table do the talking in their Premier League promotion bid.

11 times VAR shaped CL matches

Following Tottenham's dramatic victory over Manchester City on away goals, we look at the times VAR has shaped matches in the Champions League.

Scottish Football Association has unrealistic expectations – George Burley

Former Scotland manager George Burley believes the Scottish Football Association has unrealistic expectations and branded the decision to dispense with Alex McLeish as “ridiculous”.

No one loves Celtic as much as Neil Lennon – Hayes

Jonny Hayes believes boss Neil Lennon has an unmatched passion for Celtic which is inspiring the Hoops dressing room.

Pochettino not ruling out Kane return before end of season

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has refused to rule out the possibility of Harry Kane playing again this season.

Huddersfield boss Jan Siewert has sights set on next season

Huddersfield boss Jan Siewert has already identified some players he wants to sign in the summer.

Rodgers: Europa League could be too soon

Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers says he thinks Europa League qualification could come too early for his team, but that they will embrace whatever challenges face them.

Knee surgery ends Khedira's season

Juventus midfielder Sami Khedira will miss the remainder of the season to have surgery on a long-standing knee injury.

Pochettino: We are still in a dream

Mauricio Pochettino says Tottenham are "still in a dream" and that their Champions League quarter-final victory over Manchester City is yet to sink in.

'Public had lost interest under McLeish'

Charlie Nicholas claims the Scottish public had lost interest in the national team, leading to Alex McLeish's sacking.

'No comfortable games, that's our level'

Chris Hughton said Brighton must accept that they will never have comfortable games in the Premier League due to the level of the club.

Parker: Next season big for Fulham

Fulham caretaker boss Scott Parker says it is going to be a "big year in a difficult league" for the club in the Sky Bet Championship next season.

A closer look at England’s Champions League semi-finalists

Tottenham’s thrilling away-goals win over Manchester City made England the first nation to provide seven different Champions League semi-finalists.

Saints have the appetite to fight for survival, says Hasenhuttl

Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl feels his side remain “very hungry” as they hunt down the points needed to secure Premier League survival.

Liverpool can stifle Messi with collective effort – Van Dijk

Virgil Van Dijk says Liverpool need a collective effort to stop Lionel Messi in their Champions League showdown with Barcelona.

Benitez: Ritchie reports not accurate

Rafael Benitez has denied Matt Ritchie has been told he can leave Newcastle this summer after having his request for a new contract rejected.

Pellegrini excited by Wilshere return

West Ham manager Manuel Pellegrini believes Jack Wilshere's imminent return to first-team action will provide a 'good injection' to his squad.

Siewert: I've looked at players to sign

Huddersfield boss Jan Siewert admits that he has already identified players he would like to sign in the summer transfer window.

Champ clubs demand financial scrutiny

The EFL are under increasing pressure to take a closer look at the financial conduct of its Championship clubs, Sky Sports News understands.

The Champions League stat that makes Liverpool's Sadio Mané look VERY good indeed

Mané can't stop scoring in the Champions League – so much that he's hit at an all-time record rate

Rice confident Hamilton will survive relegation dogfight

Brian Rice is confident Hamilton will survive another “dogfight” and retain their Ladbrokes Premiership status.

The rise of Manchester United Women: Who, how and what next?

Manchester United Women will play at the top level of the English game next season.

Where it went wrong for Alex McLeish

Alex McLeish has lost his job as Scotland manager.  The 60-year-old’s second spell in charge lasted 14 months.

Former Scotland captain Boyd calls for SFA to show ambition when replacing McLeish

Former Scotland striker Kris Boyd has called for Scottish Football Association to be ambitious in appointing Alex McLeish’s successor.

City vs Tottenham epic: 10 reflections

It was the game that had it all. Sky Sports picks out the talking points from Tottenham's Champions League win over Man City and what it means for the rematch...

Chelsea star's loan 'almost certain' to be cancelled - report

Chelsea most likely won't make Gonzalo Higuain's loan move permanent – which spells trouble for Juventus.

7 contenders to replace Alex McLeish as Scotland boss

Scotland boss Alex McLeish has been relieved of his duties following a meeting of the Scottish Football Association’s board.

'United need a director of football'

Danny Higginbotham has urged Manchester United to hire a director of football to help kick-start a rebuilding process which he believes could take “a few years”.

Hearts look to keep hold of Naismith

Hearts manager Craig Levein says getting Steven Naismith tied down for next season is more important than rushing him back for the Scottish Cup final against Celtic.

Sissoko unaware Sterling goal ruled out

Moussa Sissoko did not initially realise Tottenham had reached the Champions League last four, believing Raheem Sterling's offside goal had stood.

Ronaldo on brink of league title record

Cristiano Ronaldo is set to become the first player to win domestic titles in England, Spain and Italy. We assess his impact since joining Juventus...

Scotland sack McLeish

Alex McLeish has been sacked as manager of Scotland, the Scottish FA has confirmed.

Arsenal scouts watch Brazilian talisman – but Manchester United and Liverpool are also keen

Arsenal had scouts watching David Neres at the Champions League quarter-final between Juventus and Ajax, according to reports. 

Manchester United take aim at Chelsea and Dortmund stars with £250m budget

Manchester United will have £250m to spend on transfers this summer, according to reports – and Jadon Sancho is their top target.

Spurs stun City: What the papers say

How the national papers reacted to Tottenham's dramatic Champions League quarter-final win at Manchester City...

Liverpool honour Paisley with new kit

Liverpool have unveiled their new 2019/20 kit which honours the club's most successful manager Bob Paisley, who would have turned 100 this year.

Police appeal after Turf Moor brawl

Lancashire Police are appealing for information following the brawl between Burnley and Cardiff fans on Saturday.

Barton denies allegations

Fleetwood head coach Joey Barton has "emphatically" denied all allegations made against him following his side's match against Barnsley on Saturday.

Ref Watch: Llorente goal inconclusive

Was Raheem Sterling's strike correctly disallowed? Should Fernando Llorente's goal have stood? Dermot Gallagher runs the rule...

Real Madrid to complete deal for Chelsea ace in 'coming days'

After months of negotiations, Eden Hazard's switch from Chelsea to Real Madrid is nearly complete.

New Balance unveil Liverpool's new Bob Paisley-inspired home kit for the 2019/20 season

Liverpool have today unveiled their new home kit for the 2019/20 season.

Manchester City shift focus to the treble after Champions League exit

Manchester City’s quest for the quadruple came to an end as they lost their Champions League quarter-final on away goals to Tottenham.

Bernardo Silva turns attention to Manchester City’s title race

Bernardo Silva put on a brave face and tried to switch focus back to the title race following Manchester City’s Champions League heartache.

How Manchester City v Tottenham unfolded in pictures

Tottenham reached the Champions League semi-finals after a thrilling away-goals victory over Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium on Wednesday night.

Goater: Man City will bounce back

Shaun Goater believes Manchester City’s dramatic Champions League defeat to Tottenham will give Pep Guardiola’s renewed focus as they return to Premier League action.

Reid returns to West Brom

Steven Reid has returned to West Brom to assist caretaker manager Jimmy Shan until the end of the season.

How Tottenham measure up to Ajax ahead of semi-final showdown

Tottenham will face Ajax in the semi-finals of the Champions League after beating Manchester City.

Here’s how Liverpool and Barcelona compare before European battle

Liverpool will face Barcelona in the semi-finals of the Champions League after beating Porto.

Thursday's big transfer rumours: Concerns over Marcus Rashford's Manchester United future

A reported contract impasse has cast the young England striker's Old Trafford future into doubt

Salah: Muslim views on women must change

Mohamed Salah has called on men in Egypt and across the Muslim world to modernise their attitudes towards women.

Llorente: Ref right to allow goal

Fernando Llorente says the referee was right to allow his controversial goal that sealed Tottenham's place in the Champions League semi-finals.

Man bailed following tunnel incident at Barnsley

Police investigating an incident in the tunnel after Barnsley’s 4-2 victory over Fleetwood at Oakwell on Saturday have bailed a man who was arrested on suspicion of racially aggravated offences.

'City one game away from bad season'

Paul Merson believes Man City are "one bad game away from a bad season" following their dramatic Champions League exit against Tottenham.

Pep questions Llorente VAR angle

Pep Guardiola has questioned the angle used for the VAR review on Fernando Llorente's winning goal that knocked Man City out of the Champions League.

Football rumours from the media

What the papers sayThe future of Marcus Rashford at Manchester United has been called into question, with the Daily Mirror reporting talks have stalled between the striker and the club over a new contract. The paper reports Rashford, who has scored 10 times this season, is demanding wages of £200,000 a week.

Tottenham in the elite now

Mauricio Pochettino's heroes take the next step as Spurs show they are ready to join Europe's elite.

Premier League questions

Can Manchester City get a psychological edge over Liverpool? Will Cardiff spring an almighty upset? All the key questions ahead of a crunch Premier League weekend.

Klopp: Liverpool focused on Cardiff ahead of Barcelona Champions League clash

Jurgen Klopp is keen to make sure a Champions League semi-final against Barcelona does not become a distraction for his Liverpool players with crucial Premier League games coming up.

Pochettino proud as Tottenham make history with Champions League win

Tottenham dashed Manchester City’s quadruple dream on a dramatic Champions League night at the Etihad Stadium – thanks to VAR.

Klopp: First Cardiff, then Barca

​​​​​​​Jurgen Klopp wants Liverpool to focus on their Premier League title challenge before turning their attentions to Barcelona.

Liverpool enter uncharted territory

Premier League leaders, and Champions League semi-finalists. Liverpool have officially reached levels a generation of their supporters are not accustomed to.

Pep questions Llorente VAR angle

Pep Guardiola has questioned the angle used for the VAR review on Fernando Llorente's winning goal that knocked Man City out of the Champions League.

'City one game away from bad season'

Paul Merson believes Man City are "one bad game away from a bad season" following their dramatic Champions League exit against Tottenham.

Pochettino: My players are heroes

Mauricio Pochettino labelled his Tottenham players "heroes" after they knocked Man City out of the Champions League.

Merson: Brave Spurs can go all the way

Paul Merson says Tottenham will reach the Champions League final after battling to a famous aggregate win at Man City.

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Paul Merson and Darren Bent join Geoff Shreeves for Wednesday's edition of The Debate.

Chelsea to join March of the Living

Chelsea will take part in the March of the Living in Poland in May before travelling to Boston to play the New England Revolution in a charity match.

Pochettino hails Tottenham heroes after thrilling win over Man City

Mauricio Pochettino says his side are capable of winning the Champions League after they booked a semi-final spot for the first time in their history with a dramatic away-goals victory at Manchester City.

Jurgen Klopp: Liverpool made a statement by reaching Champions League semi-finals

Jurgen Klopp declared Liverpool have made a “big statement” by reaching the semi-finals of the Champions League for the second year in a row.

Man City vs Tottenham player ratings

Who impressed as Tottenham eliminated Man City on a crazy night in the Champions League? We assess the performances.

Porto vs Liverpool player ratings

We rate the performances of the players as Liverpool beat Porto to reach the Champions League semi-finals.

Motherwell sign Polworth from Inverness

Motherwell have signed Inverness Caledonian Thistle midfielder Liam Polworth on a pre-contract agreement.

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Liverpool set up Barcelona semi-final after easing past Porto

Liverpool eased into a Champions League semi-final against Barcelona as a late flurry of goals saw them triumph 4-1 in Porto and 6-1 on aggregate.

Manchester City and Tottenham produce a Champions League classic

Manchester City and Tottenham produced a Champions League Classic at the Etihad Stadium, with Spurs progressing, despite losing 4-3 on the night, on away goals after a late City goal was disallowed by VAR.

Late VAR decision ends Manchester City’s quadruple bid as Tottenham advance

Raheem Sterling was denied a dramatic late winner as Tottenham snatched a remarkable away-goals victory to end Manchester City’s quadruple quest at the Etihad Stadium.

Man Utd Women set for promotion

Manchester United Women are on the verge of promotion to the Women's Super League after thumping Aston Villa 5-0.

Manchester United Women secure promotion with victory over Aston Villa

Manchester United Women have won promotion to the Women’s Super League after thumping Aston Villa 5-0.









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