Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho says midfielder Paul Pogba will not captain the club again, BBC Sport understands.
Brendan Rodgers says Kris Boyd should concentrate on trying to get into the Kilmarnock team rather than commenting on affairs at Celtic.
Manager Mauricio Pochettino jokes he would help builders complete the construction of Tottenham’s new stadium if it made fans happy.
Preview followed by live coverage of Wednesday’s EFL Cup game between Arsenal and Brentford.
The Brazilian striker wins best female at the Best Fifa Football Awards for the sixth time.
“It is beyond me that we feel the need to set aside a night to give out these jag-off bowling trophies six times a year so all these people can pat each other on the back about how much money they’re making, boring the [pee] out of half the world,” said Jerry Seinfeld of awards ceremonies. The stand-up was picking up an award at the time and was sure to add the caveat that “if I hadn’t already won all these awards I would not be talking like this”. Like the business they call “show”, football is similarly obsessed with org1es of self-congratulatory backslapping, but few do it with quite the same amount of bells, whistles and bloated self-regard as the sport’s world governing body, whose third annual I Can’t Believe It’s Not The Ballon d’Or awards were staged in Big London on Monday night.
Preview followed by live coverage of Wednesday’s EFL Cup game between Liverpool and Chelsea.
Liverpool caretaker boss Chris Kirkland says the club is backing the women’s team despite former boss Neil Redfearn resigning after two games.
Chris Kirkland says he does not “have enough experience” to take the vacant Liverpool Women’s manager’s job full-time.
Chelsea assistant manager Gianfranco Zola says it is “understandable” Gary Cahill is “upset” about a lack of game-time.