Montpellier continued their encouraging start to the 2011-12 Ligue 1 campaign with a 1-0 success over struggling Nice on Sunday to return to the top of the table.
The opening weekend of the 2011-12 Primera Division season will not go ahead after all ten top-flight fixtures were postponed due to a strike by players over wage payment guarantees.
Red Bull New York have gone top of Major League Soccer's Eastern Conference thanks to a 2-1 win over New England Revolution.
Newell's Old Boys, currently bottom of the Clausura, have managed to bring a point away from Olimpo.
Jamaica are into the quarter-finals of the Gold Cup after comfortably defeating Guatemala 2-0 in Miami.
Anderlecht prodigy Romelu Lukaku says he will be in Belgium for his upcomingl exams as well as his current club's pre-season training, despite being linked to a move to Chelsea.
Palermo have warned potential suitors that midfield star Javier Pastore will not leave the Serie A on the cheap.
Phil Neville has said he hope to continue his Everton career for another two season.
Real Madrid have lodged an appeal with UEFA against the five-match touchline ban imposed on their coach Jose Mourinho.
Rangers have repelled a second offer from Bursaspor for defender Steven Whittaker.
Beram Kayal has implored Celtic to treat him "at a level he deserves" in order to fend off interest from English Premier League clubs.
Mexico's director of national teams Hector Inaturri has backed the five players suspended for a doping offence to prove their innocence.
Midfielder Clarence Seedorf claims that he penned a one-year extension at AC Milan because of his love for the club.
Lorient striker Kevin Gameiro has ruled out a move to Newcastle United, saying that he would prefer a move to Paris Saint-Germain or Valencia.
Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Luka Modric has cast doubt over whether he will still be at the club at the end of the summer transfer window.
Steven Gerrard is poised to return for Liverpool in the best shape he has been in for a decade when he makes his comeback for the Merseysiders ahead of next season.