Edwards claims Luton had 'difficult day'

This post was originally published on BBC Football Luton Town’s Rob Edwards claims the 5-1 thrashing from visitors’ Brentford “is a difficult day” and that “Lethargy like that can’t happen in the Premier League.

Who will win the Premier League?

This post was originally published on BBC Football It is the closest three-way Premier League title race for years – but will Arsenal, Liverpool or Manchester City win it?

Goodwin 'relieved' as Dundee Utd all but seal title

This post was originally published on BBC Football Jim Goodwin’s overriding emotion is ‘relief’ as Dundee United all but confirm their rapid return to the top flight, picking off 10-man Ayr United to effectively seal the Scottish Championship title.

Millwall safe after win at Sunderland

This post was originally published on BBC Football Millwall secure their Championship safety as Duncan Watmore scores the winner against his former side Sunderland.

Ups, downs and the race for Europe

This post was originally published on BBC Football All you need to know about promotion, relegation and qualification for Europe in England and Scotland’s top men’s football leagues, and the Women’s Super League.

Man Utd favourites by a million miles – Robins

This post was originally published on BBC Football Coventry City boss Mark Robins says Manchester United are favourites in the their FA Cup semi-final but he wants his side to “play a part in the game in as positive way as we possibly can”.

Man Utd at Wembley will be 'experience of a lifetime'

This post was originally published on BBC Football Coventry City boss Mark Robins tells Mark Clemmit how it was “written in the stars” for the Sky Blues to face his former club Manchester United in the FA Cup semi-final at Wembley.

Transfers – February to April 2024

This post was originally published on BBC Football Check out the significant signings and departures in the Premier League, Scottish Premiership, EFL and Women’s Super League.

Manager ins and outs – April 2024

This post was originally published on BBC Football Track the managerial ins and outs and a list of every boss in the main leagues in England and the Scottish Premiership.