Manchester City fail in an initial bid to have the Court of Arbitration for Sport halt Uefa’s investigation into a possible breach of Financial Fair Play rules.
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The first few months of VAR have seen criticism, controversies and inconsistencies in the Premier League – but how does it work in the major European leagues?
Liverpool’s full-backs, the beating hearts of Chelsea and Sheffield United and an evergreen striker make our leading XIThe biggest compliment that can be paid to the Leicester goalkeeper is that he has gone unnoticed this season. The 33-year-old has ke…
Labour leader says German model of fan ownership is more democraticJeremy Corbyn has spoken of his admiration for the German model of football fan club ownership as he went into detail about Labour’s plans to give supporters influence over how their te…
• Only tweak to system will involve extra info on big screens• West Ham’s David Gold: ‘VAR is alive and kicking’’Premier League clubs have chosen to avoid drastic action over VAR, with only the smallest of tweaks in the communication of decisions expec…
Referees’ chief Mike Riley has told Premier League clubs that “improvement is required” with the video assistant referee system.
Newcastle United captain Jamaal Lascelles will be out with a knee injury until the New Year, the club say.
Callum Hudson-Odoi says he only needed one chat with Frank Lampard to be convinced to stay at Chelsea.
A total of 96% of respondents back plans for the new ground and legacy project at Goodison Park.
Manchester City forward Bernardo Silva is suspended for one match and fined £50,000 for his tweet relating to team-mate Benjamin Mendy.
BBC Sport takes a look at what all 20 Premier League clubs are doing to help the environment.
The keeper has won player of the season awards for two years running and looks even more important now he’s injuredBy Martin Laurence for WhoScoredIt’s been a difficult period for West Ham of late. Having made some eye-catching moves in the summer tran…
Like Brexit, whatever sensible arguments are made for VAR, they are swamped by the damage it has caused and we need time to reflect on what kind of football we want to seeThree minutes and 47 seconds is a long time in football. An awful lot can happen….
• League to acknowledge problems but insists it is early days• Agreement fans’ experience in stadiums needs improvementThe Premier League looks set to stick to its guns over VAR and rule out substantial changes to the technology when their 20 clubs mee…
The use of video assistant referees in Premier League games is given a mark of seven out of 10 by the man in charge, despite strong criticism.