Former Aberdeen goalkeeper Danny Ward was the hero of the hour as his penalty save helped Huddersfield Town win promotion to the Premier League for the first time yesterday.
Reports Claudio Ranieri sacked by Leicester just months after leading team to Premier League victory
Manager Claudio Ranieri has been sacked by Leicester just months after leading the team to Premier League victory, it has been reported. The team is currently in a relegation battle and just one point outside the zone. The club has yet to confirm or comment on the reports. More to follow.
Former Aston Villa and England manager Graham Taylor has died, aged 72.
West Ham have reportedly placed a £20million bid for Celtic striker Moussa Dembele.
Aberdeen winger Jonny Hayes could be set for a stunning switch to English Championship new boys Wigan after he emerged as a top target for manager Gary Caldwell.
North-east Manchester United fans last night described the dramatic scenes at Old Trafford as the famous stadium was evacuated amid a bomb scare.
Leicester City fans are carrying on their celebrations into a second day after what has been described as the most unlikely triumph in team sport.
A gambler made what has been described as the "worst cash out decision in history" after taking a 45p return on a 5,000-1 bet on Leicester City winning the Premier League.
Blackburn boss Paul Lambert has announced that he will leave his position at the end of the season, prompting speculation that the former Celtic captain could return to Parkhead.
The coach and sporting director of German club RB Leipzig Ralf Rangnick has claimed he turned down the chance to sign Jamie Vardy two years ago - because the Leicester attacker was too old.
Celtic are reportedly considering a move for Watford forward Obbi Oulare.
Sunderland are reportedly considering a move to poach Celtic chief executive Peter Lawwell.
Chelsea have appointed Antonio Conte as the club's new manager on a three-year deal.
Leicester’s success on the pitch has been sending shock waves through the city - with the celebrations of fans being picked up by equipment used to detect earthquakes.
Former England footballer Adam Johnson has been found guilty of one count of sexual activity with a child but was cleared on a second count.
Scotland striker Steven Fletcher has joined Marseille on loan until the end of the season, effectively ending his Sunderland career.
Pep Guardiola will succeed Manuel Pellegrini as manager next season, Manchester City have announced.
Sheffield United midfielder Paul Coutts believes playing in the Highland League toughened him up for the challenges of English football.
Jose Mourinho has been sacked by Chelsea
Manchester United are reportedly considering a move for Scotland international Matt Ritchie.
He regards Sir Alex Ferguson as the father figure who shaped his career, but Cristiano Ronaldo still has no idea what his former Manchester United manager is saying.
Former Scotland international Paul Lambert is the strong favourite to be appointed the new manager of Blackburn Rovers.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has been sacked after a disappointing start to the season.
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David de Gea has signed a new four-year contract with Manchester United.
Chelsea have completed the signing of former Aberdeen defender Michael Hector.
Everton have reportedly rejected a bid from Premier League rivals Norwich City for Scotland forward Steven Naismith.
Sheffield Wednesday forward Stevie May looks set to sign for Preston North End.
In a rather unexpected transfer deadline day twist, Chelsea have been linked with a move for a former Aberdeen defender.
Scotland midfielder Barry Bannan has joined Sheffield Wednesday from Crystal Palace.
Ross County have terminated the loan deal of goalkeeper Daniel Bachmann.
Manchester United are on the verge of signing Monaco attacker Anthony Martial for £36.6million.