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Anthony Fry has been confirmed as the Premier League's new chairman, replacing Sir Dave Richards who will stand down in July.
Sepp Blatter has revealed he intends to become a football pundit when he steps down as FIFA president in 2015.
Mano Menezes has been axed as coach of the Brazil national team after a Brazilian Football Federation (CBF) meeting in Sao Paulo on Friday, according to press reports.
Jack Butland is intent on unseating Joe Hart as England's number one and hopes to become England's youngest goalkeeper against Italy this Wednesday on his full international debut.
Sam Allardyce believes London's Olympic Stadium could become "a white elephant" if the Hammers do not get the go-ahead to move in as tenants.
Roberto Di Matteo says Daniel Sturridge is firmly in his plans for next season, describing the striker as a player who "still has a lot to give".
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers thinks that fans will soon get bored of booing Luis Suarez as it will only make him a stronger player.
Swansea manager Michael Laudrup wants a decision to be made on the future of midfielder Joe Allen sooner rather than later, as speculation mounts that Liverpool will swoop for him.
Great Britain's women's team were unable to continue a cycling-led gold rush as they crashed out of the Olympics with a 2-0 defeat to Canada in Coventry tonight.
Marseille could sell defender Cesar Azpilicueta, who has been linked with moves to both Liverpool and Chelsea, as they look to raise funds for new signings.
Newcastle United striker Papiss Demba Cisse has revealed his disappointment at being asked to miss the Olympic Games by manager Alan Pardew.
Team GB coach Stuart Pearce and the English FA will not complain over Gareth Bale's participation for Tottenham, meaning he will not be banned from playing for his club by FIFA until August 12.
Brazil midfielder Oscar has described a potential move to Chelsea as "a dream", with Brazilian media reporting that the contract will be signed on Friday.