Bolton Wanderers midfielder Fabrice Muamba has described his astonishing recovery after collapsing during a match with a cardiac arrest as "more than a miracle".
AC Milan striker Antonio Cassano, who underwent heart surgery last year, has been given the all clear to resume his playing career by a panel of medical experts.
AC Milan striker Antonio Cassano is expected to be given the thumbs up to resume playing football following a positive meeting with a panel of medical experts.
aMassimiliano Allegri thinks Milan can take great heart from their solid performance against European champions Barcelona ahead of their second leg showdown next week.
AC Milan held Barcelona to a goalless draw at San Siro in the first leg of their Champions League quarter-final, while Bayern Munich claimed a 2-0 away win at Marseille.
Fabrice Muamba no longer needs medication to keep his heart working as of Monday afternoon and he has begun moving his arms and legs.
Bolton midfielder Fabrice Muamba is "critically ill" in intensive care at the heart attack centre of the London Chest Hospital, the club have confirmed.
Leicester City have completed the signing of centre-back Wes Morgan from Nottingham Forest.
Steve McGarry netted the winner as Perth Glory edged a 2-1 win away to Melbourne Heart in the Australian A-League.
Hearts claimed the Edinburgh derby honours as two goals in the final seven minutes sealed a 3-1 victory over Hibernian at Easter Road.
Liverpool striker Luis Suarez is the subject of more controversy as the Uruguayan is alleged to have made a rude gesture toward Fulham fans.
Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp says he is feeling good ahead of his return to the touchline for Monday's clash with Aston Villa.
Tottenham Hotspur manager Harry Redknapp could return to the dugout against Aston Villa on Monday night - three weeks ahead of schedule after his heart operation.
Chelsea's Daniel Sturridge has paid tribute to the players he calls 'the heart of the team', claiming that the likes of John Terry, Ashley Cole and Frank Lampard are being disrespected.
Former Hearts manager Jim Jefferies says he is not averse to the idea of taking charge of Edinburgh rivals Hibernian, insisting he is taking their reported interest in him as a "compliment".