|Neymar, Ronaldo & Messi up for award|
Neymar, Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi are on the shortlist for the Ballon d'Or - the world footballer of the year award.
|Liverpool top agent spending list|
Liverpool pay the most money in agents fees, spending Â£14.3m of a total of Â£129.86 - up almost Â£15m from last year.
|Brentford appoint Walsall boss Smith|
Championship side Brentford appoint Walsall manager Dean Smith as their new boss.
|Bolton players not paid in November|
Championship strugglers Bolton reveal that their squad has not been paid for November as the club looks for a buyer.
|'Injured Sanchez was fine to play'|
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger defends starting Alexis Sanchez in the 1-1 draw with Norwich as the Chilean and two other players pick up injuries.
|Mourinho plays down Costa bib throw|
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho says there is "no issue" with Diego Costa after the striker was left on the bench at Tottenham.
|HMRC withdraw Cobblers petition|
The winding-up petition brought against League Two side Northampton Town has been withdrawn following a court hearing.
|Sampson celebrates 'fantastic 2015'|
England women's boss Mark Sampson says their 1-0 win over Bosnia-Herzegovina was a celebration of their fantastic year.
|Rowett to stay at Birmingham City|
Birmingham City confirm manager Gary Rowett is staying following recent speculation linking him with QPR and Fulham.
|We are doing right things - McClaren|
Newcastle United manager Steve McClaren says it is not time to panic at St James' Park, despite his side sitting second bottom.
|Norwich aggression pleases Neil|
Norwich manager Alex Neil was pleased with his side's aggression in Sunday's Premier League 1-1 draw with Arsenal.
|Butland backs Johnson England recall|
Stoke City's England goalkeeper Jack Butland says that Potters team-mate Glen Johnson deserves an England recall.
|Swans not in relegation fight - Monk|
Swansea City manager Garry Monk says his side are not in danger of going down and takes "full responsibility" for the poor form.
|VIDEO: Highlights: England 1-0 Bosnia-Herzegovina|
Watch highlights as England beat Bosnia-Herzegovina 1-0 in an international friendly played in torrential rain at Ashton Gate.
|VIDEO: Mourinho praises 'best' performance|
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho describes his side's 0-0 Premier League draw against Tottenham at White Hart Lane as their "best" performance of the season.
|VIDEO: Klopp: Liverpool had to fight to win|
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp says his side had to "fight" for their 1-0 win over Swansea, which came courtesy of a second half James Milner penalty.
|VIDEO: Spurs deserved to win - Pochettino|
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino says a point was the least they deserved after a 0-0 draw with Chelsea.
|VIDEO: Arsenal were a bit jaded - Wenger|
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger says his side "were a bit jaded" and "not as sharp as usual" in their 1-1 draw against Norwich.
|VIDEO: Monk 'gutted' by 'soft' penalty|
Swansea boss Garry Monk is "gutted" to lose 1-0 to Liverpool at Anfield after his side concede a "soft penalty" from which James Milner scores the winner.
|VIDEO: Neil: Norwich showed great character|
Norwich boss Alex Neil says his side were "the only ones who looked like they could win the game" after they came from a goal down to claim a 1-1 draw with Arsenal.
|VIDEO: Draw a fair result says Bilic|
West Ham boss Slaven Bilic says neither side did enough to take all three points after a 1-1 draw with West Bromwich Albion.
|VIDEO: Pulis praises Lambert impact|
West Brom head coach Tony Pulis says the introduction of striker Rickie Lambert at half time changed the game in their 1-1 draw with West Ham
|VIDEO: Highlights: Aberdeen 3-1 Ross County|
Aberdeen move above Hearts into second place with a superb second-half comeback at home to Ross County.
|VIDEO: Highlights: Dundee United 1-2 Hamilton|
Hamilton win to leave Dundee United seven points adrift at the bottom of the Premiership (UK only).
|VIDEO: Highlights: Motherwell 2-2 Hearts|
Hearts twice come from behind to rescue a point at Fir Park against Motherwell, who move seven points clear of bottom spot.
|'Costa can still react positively'|
Jose Mourinho's treatment of Diego Costa and Eden Hazard shows how desperate he is to get them back to their best form, says ex-Chelsea boss Ruud Gullit.
|Garth Crooks' team of the week|
Two Sunderland players are in the XI but who else impressed our football analyst this weekend?
|Suarez status to be set in stone|
Luis Suarez will never be forgotten, while Westermann sees red and Stuttgart shoot themselves in the foot - again.
|Can 'boring' Man Utd win the title?|
Unhappy fans, sniping old boys, boring football - are Van Gaal's Man Utd betraying the team's attacking traditions?
|Seven-goal match & a debut hat-trick|
A debut hat-trick, an unbeaten start and renewed Cobblers hope. BBC Sport takes a look at Saturday's Football League.
|'This is football's final frontier'|
Football has been the USA's sport of the future for years - Matt Slater investigates why that future is now for English clubs.
|Manager ins and outs - November 2015|
Track the managerial ins and outs and a list of every boss in the top five leagues in England and the Scottish Premiership.
|Dundee Utd will bounce back - Bilate|
Former Dundee United striker Mario Bilate says his old club can climb away from relegation danger.
|Swans 'turned corner' at Liverpool|
Swansea City defender Neil Taylor feels they "turned a corner" with their performance in Sunday's 1-0 loss at Liverpool.
|Stadium investment plan is welcomed|
The Irish FA's Patrick Nelson says a Â£36m stadium investment programme could revolutionise football in Northern Ireland.
|Barca complain over ex-Real pundits|
Barcelona make a formal complaint over two ex-Real Madrid players suggesting Neymar deserved a kick in El Clasico.
|Voro & Neville take Valencia training|
Former Manchester United and England defender Phil Neville to support interim coach Voro at Valencia after Nuno resignation.