SEATTLE (AP) – Each day we'll bring you the very latest tabloid rumors as the biggest clubs around splash the cash to bolster their rosters. True or not, they're always entertaining...
Emmanuel Adebayor admits he was hurt by the abuse hurled at him by Arsenal fans during the North London derby.
Manchester City will push for a full six-week suspension and £1.5million fine for Carlos Tevez.
Clubs spent almost £100million changing their managers last season.
Neil Warnock has jumped to the defence of Adel Taarabt and insist he will not punish the star for walking out on QPR.
Worried Chelsea fans last night announced they will fight to stop owner Roman Abramovich moving the Blues away from Stamford Bridge.
Fulham stars will hold talks with union chiefs after Martin Jol's "pay the penalty" rumpus.
Manchester City will pay just £2m a year to their local council in return for control of the naming rights to the Eastlands stadium, which was built for the 2002 Commonwealth Games with £112m of lottery and public money.
Fabio Capello is considering pairing Wayne Rooney with Danny Welbeck in Friday's Euro 2012 qualifier in Montenegro, favouring a partnership that has proved startlingly successful with Manchester United this season.
Fabio Capello is considering using Phil Jagielka as an emergency right back in an attempt to secure the point England need to book their place at the European Championship finals.
Fabio Capello is considering giving a shock debut to right-back Kyle Walker in the crunch Euro 2012 qualifier against Montenegro on Friday.
The FA have been urged to ban bungling referee Martin Atkinson after they overturned Jack Rodwell's controversial red card.
Diego Maradona wants to offer rebel striker Carlos Tevez an escape route from the Etihad Stadium.
Martin O'Neill is the number one choice to replace Steve Kean at Blackburn Should be he be axed from Ewood Park.
Steve McClaren could make a sensational return to management at FC Twente.
Rafael van der Vaart last night put himself on a collision course with Harry Redknapp by questioning the manager's tactics.
Valencia are plotting a bid to rescue Dimitar Berbatov from his Manchester United nightmare.
Chicago Fire want to make Rio Ferdinand the new David Beckham of the Major Soccer League.
The Premier League was told last night "this is not Armageddon" as it faced up to the biggest challenge yet to its £1.7billion TV deal with Sky.
Newcastle have joined the race for Leicester's Jeffrey Schlupp.
Wigan are plotting a bid for Bristol City's Albert Adamoah.
Fabio Capello is ready to hand an amazing Euro 2012 chance to Arsenal whizz-kid Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.
Accrington's game with Tranmere was abandoned after a horrific clash left Stanley's Tom Bender on the ground for 25 minutes last night.
Luis Suarez wants Liverpool to aim for Cup success - because he does not think they are title contenders.
Martin Jol has fined himself in a bizarre twist to the Fulham penalty-taking row.
Aston Villa captain Stiliyan Petrov insists Gabriel Agbonlahor is the new Cristiano Ronaldo.
Kevin Davies admits Owen Coyle was right to drop him because he had become cocky.
Accrington Stanley's teenage defender Tom Bender was rushed to hospital on a drip last night after a fight for life on the pitch.
Fernando Torres has been told he will have to hit top form for Chelsea to be sure of a Euro 2012 place with Spain.
Embarrassed QPR players apologised for the 6-0 defeat at Fulham on Sunday.
THE DAILY TELEGRAPH
Fabio Capello is considering handing a first international start to 20-year-old striker Danny Welbeck for Friday's crucial Euro 2012 qualifier away to Montenegro.
Celtic skipper Scott Brown was devastated last night after being told he faces 10 weeks out with an ankle injury.
Craig Levein was last night dealt a major blow to his preparations for Scotland's do-or-die trip to Liechtenstein when captain Darren Fletcher stayed in Manchester suffering from tonsillitis.