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Liverpool striker Mario Balotelli gets a one-match ban and £25,000 fine from the FA as punishment for his Super Mario post.
Rangers announce former Newcastle United managing director Derek Llambias as their new chief executive.
BBC Sport football expert Mark Lawrenson takes on singer Olly Murs in his latest Premier League predictions.
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After Scunthorpe beat Worcester in a record-breaking FA Cup shootout, BBC Sport looks at more spot-kick drama.
Liverpool want Real Madrid player, Manchester United to spend £30m, Chelsea to miss out on defender, plus more.
Fifa's reputation has been hurt by the resignation of ethics investigator Michael Garcia, says vice president Jim Boyce.
Southampton striker Jay Rodriguez's long-term knee injury is likely to keep him out for at least another six weeks.
Dundee United have no right to appeal against Paul Paton's ban for spitting at Jonny Hayes, says the Scottish FA.
Hull boss Steve Bruce says Hatem Ben Arfa has played his last game for the club with his loan deal to end early.
Carlos Tevez is among the goalscorers as Juventus beat Cagliari to extend their lead at the top of Serie A to four points.
Newcastle's third-choice goalkeeper Jak Alnwick is passed fit to face Sunderland in Sunday's Tyne-Wear derby.
Hull defender Michael Dawson is ruled out for at least three weeks with a hamstring tear, according to manager Steve Bruce.
Sunderland boss Gus Poyet says he is a head coach and not a manager in an apparent attack on the club's transfer dealings.
New tests claim Cameroon player Albert Ebosse died in Algeria after a beating and not from an object thrown by fans.
Borussia Dortmund and Germany winger Marco Reus is fined over half a million pounds for driving without a licence.
Football Association chief Greg Dyke admits attempts to increase the numbers of British Asians in football have failed.
Bulgaria coach Ivaylo Petev hopes to bring 33-year-old Monaco striker Dimitar Berbatov out of international retirement.
Cardiff owner Vincent Tan clears some of the side's debts relating to purchases under previous owners, the club says.
Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert says his squad is "down to the bare bones" before four games in the space of 12 days.
Worcester City manager Carl Heeley says he is "ecstatic", despite going out of the FA Cup on penalties to Scunthorpe.
South Africa coach Ephraim Shakes Mashaba puts Bournemouth striker Tokelo Rantie in his draft squad for Africa Cup of Nations.
Bolton striker Max Clayton is out for up to six months after surgery on the anterior cruciate ligament in his knee.
Preview followed by live coverage of Friday's Championship game between Millwall and Bolton Wanderers.
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The more things seem to change at a Fifa in turmoil, the more things really stay the same, writes BBC sports editor Dan Roan.
In uncertain times, Leeds head coach Neil Redfearn is looking to young players like Alex Mowatt to show the way forward.
"His appetite for football saw him phone journalists he disagreed with" - Amy Lawrence looks back at Thierry Henry's career.
After digging its heels in, it now looks like the publication of the corruption report may become reality, says Richard Conway.
With Thierry Henry retiring from football, BBC Sport looks back at his 20 years in the game.
Track the managerial ins and outs and a list of every boss in the top five leagues in England and the Scottish Premiership.