Massimiliano Allegri was bemused by the “drama” that followed his decision to deactivate his social media accounts and insists any constructive criticism of his work at Juventus is welcome.
Steven Gerrard has told his Rangers players they can start a new chapter in the Ibrox history books by crossing Aberdeen’s name off this year’s list of William Hill Scottish Cup contenders.
Newcastle boss Rafael Benitez has told Jonjo Shelvey he will have to fight for his place after finally shaking off the injury which has blighted his season.
Pep Guardiola has indicated Manchester City could launch a spending spree this summer.
Struggling Augsburg blew the Bundesliga title race wide open as leaders Borussia Dortmund slid to only their second league defeat of the season at the WWK Arena.
Leeds returned to the top of the Sky Bet Championship after an impressive 4-0 win over promotion rivals West Brom at Elland Road.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has cautioned his players against losing the head against Rangers.
Real Madrid coach Santiago Solari says he will not urge the club’s fans to lay off Gareth Bale when Barcelona visit the Bernabeu on Saturday evening.
Aberdeen face a sweat over left-back Max Lowe with boss Derek McInnes fearing a knee injury could rule him out of Sunday’s Scottish Cup quarter-final with Rangers.
Inverness manager John Robertson has dared his players to dream ahead of their William Hill Scottish Cup quarter-final against Dundee United.
I am, at heart, a mild-mannered Bieldside boy – but Gareth Bale is doing a fine job of turning me into some sort of Victor “Mr Angry” Meldrew.
Ryan Strachan believes Cove Rangers are still in prime position in the Highland League title race.
Watford manager Javi Gracia does not expect new Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers to change much in his first match in charge on Sunday.
Motherwell assistant manager Keith Lasley admits there will be a sense of deja vu about their preparations for the rearranged trip to Kilmarnock but they will take some lessons from the abandoned game.
Stephane Omeonga has now had five managers this season so he claims it was easy to brush off the departure of Neil Lennon days after signing for Hibernian.
Manchester United club captain Antonio Valencia looks set to leave Old Trafford this summer after 10 years at the club.
Notts County will check on Elliott Hewitt ahead of the visit of fellow strugglers Port Vale.
Swindon boss Richie Wellens does not expect his side’s injury problems to ease ahead of the Sky Bet League Two visit of Colchester on Saturday.
Fleetwood must again do without midfielder Ross Wallace through suspension for the Sky Bet League One match against Gillingham.
Yeovil will have Tom James and Omar Sowunmi available again as they take on fellow relegation battlers Morecambe in Sky Bet League Two.
Newport will again be without defender Fraser Franks against Carlisle at Rodney Parade.
Bury will check on Scott Wharton ahead of the promotion-chasing Shakers’ Sky Bet League Two clash with Macclesfield.
Rangers manager Steven Gerrard is looking forward to another “box-office battle” between Alfredo Morelos and Scott McKenna – but wants it to go the distance this time.
Rolland Courbis will treat Caen’s players to a meal out if they can stop Kylian Mbappe from scoring in Saturday’s Ligue 1 clash with runaway leaders Paris St Germain.
Manchester City have more attacking options for Saturday’s trip to Bournemouth following the return of Gabriel Jesus from injury.
New Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers insists he understands why Celtic fans are so angry with his exit.
Goalkeeper John Ruddy will make his first Premier League appearance for almost three years as Wolves prepare him for their FA Cup quarter-final.
Crystal Palace are liaising with the police over footage taken at Wednesday’s match against Manchester United in which a supporter appears to make a gesture about the Munich air disaster.
Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl believes Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has made an “outrageous” impact at Manchester United – but he will be out to hand him a first Premier League defeat on Saturday.
Eddie Howe has warned Bournemouth’s season could still go either way as they prepare to host Premier League title challengers Manchester City.