Tony Andreu is determined to ensure Hamilton are still a Ladbrokes Premiership club by the time he returns to Coventry.
Josh Dasilva rocketed home his first senior goal as 10-man Brentford drew 1-1 at Millwall to keep their hosts scrapping for their Championship lives.
Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder praised his players for battling past 10-man Nottingham Forest and then fired a warning to their automatic promotion rivals.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes and assistant Tony Docherty will both face Scottish Football Association disciplinary hearings over their Hampden dismissals.
Manchester City and Tottenham provided a spectacle for the ages in their midweek Champions League clash and the two teams will meet again at the Etihad Stadium – this time with both needing Premier League points.
Massimiliano Allegri has insisted that Cristiano Ronaldo is “the future” of Juventus as they look to soothe their Champions League disappointment by lifting an eighth successive Serie A title.
Crystal Palace boss Roy Hodgson insists Wayne Hennessey is desperate to improve his knowledge of Adolf Hitler and Nazi Germany following the revelation that he did not know what a Nazi salute was.
Facebook and Instagram have responded to a 24-hour social media boycott in protest at online racial abuse, which has been backed by Premier League stars.
Motherwell manager Stephen Robinson has warned he will not wait all summer for players to sign new deals.
Celtic boss Neil Lennon is happy to work a for a board who “keep their powder dry” as he sidestepped change of power base comments from Rangers chairman Dave King.
Second-half goals from Mark Duffy and Enda Stevens saw Sheffield United beat 10-man Nottingham Forest 2-0 to give their hopes of finishing in the top two a much-needed boost.