'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.



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.




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