Al Wasl coach Diego Maradona has claimed he will quit the club if he is not backed in the transfer market.
Manager Roberto Mancini has hinted Manchester City might be in a better position in the title race if Carlos Tevez had returned to action sooner.
Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish has called on the supporters to give the club time to rebuild, and insisted there was never going to be a quick-fix to challenge at the top of the Premier League.
The Football Association will not take any action against Mario Balotelli for his challenge on Alex Song during Manchester City's 1-0 defeat at Arsenal on Sunday.
Manager Roberto Mancini revealed he could sell Mario Balotelli this summer after the striker was shown the fourth red of his Manchester City career at Arsenal on Sunday.
Petr Cech believes Chelsea must use their midweek triumph against Napoli to turn their season into a success as they await the draw of the Champions League quarter-finals.
Former Germany captain Michael Ballack claims there was a plot against him which led to him losing the national team armband.
Napoli assistant coach Nicolo Frustalupi insists that the club will not be taking the challenge of Chelsea lightly, despite the recent sacking of manager Andre Villas-Boas.
Chelsea caretaker boss Roberto Di Matteo insists he is not fighting against a divided dressing-room, claiming that all the players are "on board" for the challenges ahead this season.
A sublime brace from Manchester United's Ashley Young helped to sink Tottenham's title challenge in a 3-1 win and closed the gap on City at the top of the Premier League to two points.
Caretaker boss Stuart Pearce believes England need to get smarter if they are to challenge the best teams in Europe this summer.
Stoke City midfielder Rory Delap has won his appeal against the red card he received in Sunday's 2-0 FA Cup victory over Crawley Town.
Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas wants the Barclays Premier League to clamp down on players making the most of challenges which result in penalties.
Mikel Arteta admits Arsenal face an uphill challenge to qualify for the Champions League this season but believes he and his team-mates are good enough to finish in the top four.
Louis Saha is relishing the challenge at Tottenham after his deadline day switch to the club he calls "the most dynamic and exciting team in the country".