- Vitor Pereira is the leading candidate to be Everton's new manager as the club step up their search for Marco Silva's successor.
- England will have to convince Jamie Vardy to return if they are to achieve success at Euro 2020, says Chris Sutton.
- The Premier League has summoned the operators of the giant screens at each club to London this week in the latest efforts to end the VAR chaos.
- Gareth Southgate will be in Qatar next week to combine watching Liverpool in the Club World Cup with a first recce of the country before the next World Cup.
- England's cricketers are to wear black armbands in the first Test in South Africa as a tribute to Bob Willis.
- Everton are keen on Leonardo Jardim but Duncan Ferguson is set to extend his stay as caretaker manager.
- Jurgen Klopp says Liverpool are playing from "memory" as they simply do not have time to think.
- Patrick Vieira has admitted he can never ignore the call of Arsenal as former team-mate Edu looks to secure the Nice boss' services.
- Harry Kane will remain at home for Tottenham's Champions League trip to Bayern Munich, with boss Jose Mourinho set to make mass changes.
- Niko Kovac wants the Arsenal job and his team have made contact with the club, according to reports.
- Mauricio Pochettino dropped in on his old friend Diego Maradona and watch his Gimnasia side as he continued his holiday in Argentina.
- Etienne Capoue says Nigel Pearson came into Watford's dressing room before Saturday's crunch clash and ordered his new players to show some passion.
- Eric Dier hinted spending too long under the charge of Mauricio Pochettino had left Tottenham's players feeling trapped.
- Everton will step up their search for a permanent manager this week with Duncan Ferguson's instant success giving them some breathing space.
- Russia will be spared total exile from world sport on Monday when anti-doping chiefs decide what punishment to impose for the country's ongoing cover-up of sport's worst drugs scandal.
- The Manchester City fan arrested over claims he made monkey gestures at Manchester United's midfielder Fred has defended himself against accusations of racism by saying he was "putting my hands in my pants".
- Celtic's 17-year-old winger Armstrong Okoflex is on England's radar despite having played for the Republic of Ireland's U19s last month.
- Huddersfield manager Danny Cowley is leading the chase for New Zealand centre-back Tommy Smith.
- Graeme Smith is set to be appointed as South Africa's director of cricket - in time for this month's Test series against England.
- England have been linked with a move for Matt Proudfoot, the South Africa scrum coach, as Eddie Jones looks to rebuild his management team after the World Cup.
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