With Brazil 2014 approaching, few can deny a need for "radical" examination of the state of English football, says David Bond.
BBC Scotland will provide live television, radio and online coverage of Scotland's friendly with Nigeria on 28 May.
Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand says their next permanent manager must appreciate how many elements there are to the job.
Bristol Rovers sack director of football John Ward following the club's relegation from the Football League.
Manchester United coach Phil Neville admits he has been hurt by the club's poor season and the sacking of David Moyes.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says it would take a "miracle" for Manchester City not to win the Premier League title.
St Mirren boss Danny Lennon says he has "held up his end of the bargain" ahead of a board meeting on his future.
Manchester City and Uefa are still to reach agreement over the club's punishment for breaching financial fair play rules.
Steve McClaren's Derby beat Brighton at the Amex in the first leg of their Championship play-off semi-final.
Chelsea's David Luiz says his selection for the Brazil World Cup squad is a "dream come true".
Everton's John Stones could be worth a gamble in England's World Cup squad, according to former skipper Gary Lineker.
After Liverpool's collapse at Crystal Palace, Manchester City show how to close out a game against Aston Villa.
Jess Fishlock says Wales Women will not be underestimating Montenegro when they meet at Bangor on Thursday.
Striker Tom Lawrence will be named in Wales' senior training squad after making his debut for Manchester United.
Swansea players Neil Taylor and Jonjo Shelvey say they are happy with Garry Monk's appointment as permanent manager.
BBC Sport counts down 100 of the greatest World Cup moments, as the 2014 tournament in Brazil draws nearer.
Federal police in Brazil stage a 24-hour strike over pay and threaten to continue their protest during the football World Cup next month.
BBC's Hugh Schofield says Paris St-Germain's rise into a European football powerhouse has helped unite social classes
Sunderland manager Gus Poyet says surviving in the Premier League marks one of the best days of his life.