Welcome to The Sportsman's LIVE football blog. It's Friday, meaning we should brace ourselves for a flurry of pre-match press conferences ahead of the weekend's football.
We'll keep you up to date on everything from the Premier League to the Women's Super League and everything in between. Stay with us!
Coventry 3-0 Peterborough
West Brom 2-1 QPR
Greuther Fürth 1-3 Bayern Munich
Louis van Gaal took over Telstar, who're bottom of the second division in The Netherlands, for one game only in the name of charity, and managed to pull off a win against top of the league Jong AZ!
Dani Alves is remaining a free agent, believing a move at this point in his career should be about his legacy: "It's not about money, it's about values, it's about manhood, it's about character, IT'S ABOUT LEGACY."
Man City face Arsenal in a table-topping clash on Sunday in the Women's Super League, but Man City are without their captain Steph Houghton and a few more...
Despite having support from Jurgen Klopp, Liverpool will not be applying for the government's pilot program regarding safe standing at football grounds around the country, according to The Times.
Ex-Watford and Roma full-back Jose Holebas has left Greek champions Olympiacos for German fifth division side, Bayern Alzenau.
It turns out that Holebas played with their player-manager Peter Sprung, over a decade ago, and he's now got him to join him at the Bavarian side.
Celtic captain Callum McGregor has signed a new five-year-deal with the Hoops.
Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel has confirmed that Mason Mount will be unavailable for tomorrow's game against Manchester City because of an injury.
He may have had an incredible summer with England at Euro 2020, but Raheem Sterling has come back to a bit-part role at Manchester City. Check out Conor Keane's thoughts on the situation with the winger here.
Arsenal Women can make a title statement when they face Manchester City Women this weekend. Check out Simon Lillicrap's article here.
Former Arsenal star Ray Parlour has urged the Gunners to sign Brighton midfielder Yves Bissouma.
Derby County owner Mel Morris was avoiding calls from manager Wayne Rooney so, the Rams boss borrowed the club doctor's phone pretending to be someone else to get the owner to answer.
Absolute madness! 😳