Weekend Football News

Latest football news from the BBC and Sky Sports

  • Premier League preview

    Chelsea will look to extend their lead in the Premier League title race at Sunderland on Saturday before their two nearest challengers clash at St Mary’s the following day.

    About 20 hours ago

  • Van Gaal wants ruthless United

    Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has called on his side to show its ruthless streak ahead of the weekend’s match against Hull.

    About 20 hours ago

  • Merson's predictions

    Paul Merson foresees away wins for Chelsea, Arsenal and Man City as well as victories for Liverpool and Manchester United in his latest round of predictions...

    Thu, 27 Nov 2014 15:08:00 GMT

  • Rodgers: Reds at turning point

    Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has conceded he might be one of the favourites for the sack, but believes his side has reached a turning point following their midweek draw against Ludogorets.

    About 20 hours ago

  • Keane leaves Aston Villa

    Aston Villa have announced that assistant manager Roy Keane has left the club with immediate effect.

    About 20 hours ago

  • Mourinho: No risk of complacency

    Jose Mourinho has dismissed the possibility of complacency creeping in against Sunderland as runaway leaders Chelsea prepare to face the side that ended their 77-game unbeaten home run.

    About 20 hours ago

  • Whyte released on bail

    Former Rangers owner Craig Whyte has been released on bail following his appearance at Glasgow Sheriff Court over an alleged fraudulent takeover of the club in 2011.

    About 20 hours ago

  • Koeman eyes 'special' season

    Manager Ronald Koeman believes Southampton can continue to thrive this season and is relishing the chance to take on the Premier League big boys.

    About 20 hours ago

  • Moyes wants Real excitement

    David Moyes wants to "excite" Real Sociedad fans in his first home game in charge of the Basque club against Elche.

    Thu, 27 Nov 2014 15:39:00 GMT

  • O'Neill: Keane needs a rest

    Republic of Ireland boss Martin O'Neill believes burnout may have caused Roy Keane to leave his job as Aston Villa assistant manager.

    About 20 hours ago