Manchester United have begun their hunt for a successor for David Moyes in earnest, drawing up a shortlist and sending out feelers to potential candidates.
Former Liverpool striker Michael Owen believes his old club are on course to win the title the "right way" but thinks they will struggle to enjoy the sustained domination of previous generations.
St Johnstone striker Stevie May has revealed he will open contract talks with the Perth club next week.
Everton manager Roberto Martinez is confident predecessor David Moyes will have no problems in getting a new job after being sacked by Manchester United after just 10 months in charge.
Cristiano Ronaldo felt no ill effects after he returned from injury in Real Madrid's 1-0 Champions League semi-final win over Bayern Munich on Wednesday night.
Rangers supporters' group The Union of Fans last night urged the club's chief executive Graham Wallace not to publish a "damp squib" of a review into the Ibrox finances.
Gary Cahill says belief can triumph over adversity once more as Chelsea bid to advance to the Champions League final.
TO the list of matters that Neil Lennon must address in the summer - primarily sourcing and signing new players, and preparing for the Champions League qualifiers - can be added one more task.
Gordon Strachan believes being sacked from a major English club no longer carries a lasting sting because of the certainty of massive financial compensation and swift re-employment somewhere else.
Ricky Sbragia, the former reserve team coach at Manchester United, is convinced that his former club has acted rashly by choosing to sack David Moyes as manager after less than a year.
Jamie Hamill, the Hearts defender, has been issued with a notice of complaint by the Scottish Football Association for barging over Derek Adams at Tynecastle on Saturday.
Islam Feruz, the Scotland Under-21 internationalist, is expected to be sent out on loan next season, with Italian club Torino understood to be interested in taking the Chelsea forward to Serie A.
SO, Gordon Strachan, the demise of the great Scottish manager:
Two grand, regional monarchs of European club football, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich, last night provided an absorbing contest in the first leg of their Champions League semi-final.
Richard Bevan, chief executive of the League Managers' Association, has criticised the manner in which David Moyes was sacked as manager of Manchester United.