|Nigeria win African crown; league leaders extend advantage around Europe|
The league leaders in Europe’s top five leagues all extended their advantages this weekend to take charge of their respective title races.
|Race for the Champions League set to be tighter than ever|
With Manchester United racing clear at the top of the league and Manchester City seeming similarly out of sight in second, there seems little to play for at the very top of the Premier League.
|Premier League preview - Week 26|
Key battles, players to watch and talking points, check out our preview of the Premier League action this week!
|QPR bet the house on survival|
Whilst most teams reined in their transfer spending on a quiet transfer deadline day across Europe, one club were busy splashing cash like tomorrow would never come.
|Beckham and PSG deserve little credit for charity PR stunt|
One of the more ‘heartwarming’ moments of the transfer deadline day drama was the news that David Beckham’s salary at Paris St Germain would be donated to a local charity.
|Wenger takes transfer risk|
For most clubs transfer risks involve the players they sign.
|So long Balotelli, and thanks for the memories|
Mario Balotelli is finally off, back to Italy to join AC Milan.
|Newcastle gamble on French recruits|
Newcastle United have taken an original transfer policy this month.
|Bradford and Luton lead charge of the underdogs|
English football has had one of its better weeks. Yes, a footballer kicked a ball boy.
|FA have a lot to be criticised for as they celebrate 150th anniversary|
The Football Association may be celebrating their 150th anniversary in a blaze of glory this week, yet for all the good they have done for the game, as the first and original Football Association, there is much reason to criticise them for some of their actions and decisions over the years.
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