The Football Association (FA) have urged the Daily Telegraph to provide "full and unfettered disclosure of all available material" following allegations of corruption by the newspaper.
A long running investigation by the newspaper was printed this week, which resulted in Sam Allardyce being sacked as England manager and eight current and former Premier League managers accused of receiving 'bungs', or illicit payments, for player transfers.
Swansea City manager Francesco Guidolin has said losing Saturday's Premier League encounter against Liverpool could signal the end of his stay at the Welsh club following their poor start to the season.
After winning their opening match, Guidolin's side, who are fourth from bottom in the standings, have come under pressure after suffering four league defeats in their last five games.
BEIJING China's Dalian Wanda Group, controlled by the country's richest man Wang Jianlin, has signed an eight-year exclusive partnership with badminton's international governing body, the latest high-level deal by Wanda to expand its global sports footprint.
Wanda signed the deal through its subsidiary, Swiss-based sports marketing firm Infront Sports & Media, securing the exclusive sponsorship and media rights of major events of the Badminton World Federation (BWF).
SEPANG, Malaysia Formula One championship leader Nico Rosberg set the timesheets ablaze in Friday's opening practice for the Malaysian Grand Prix, but it was Kevin Magnussen's fiery Renault that stoleall the attention.
The Dane was being wheeled into his garage having just come into the pits following an installation lap seven minutes into the 90-minute session when his car was engulfed in a blaze, forcing him to hot foot it out of the car.
KOLKATA India captain Virat Kohli won the toss and decided to bat first against a New Zealand side playing without their regular skipper Kane Williamson for the second test at Eden Gardens on Friday.
Senior batsman Ross Taylor will lead the tourists in place of an ailing Williamson, whose absence represents a body blow to New Zealand's hopes of levelling the series after their comprehensive defeat in the series opener in Kanpur.
LONDON Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger, for all his admirable qualities, has faults. He is not gracious in defeat, he is as stubborn as a mule and he often suffers from selective vision, to name a few.
But as the charismatic Frenchman prepares to mark 20 years in charge of Arsenal at Burnley on Sunday it could be said his biggest fault is the ceaseless pursuit of silverware by playing fantasy football - a noble undertaking prone to failure.