Premier League 2018-19 review: innovations needed for next season | Football | The Guardian
From the age-old shirt removal debate to an expansion of goalline technology, via a cap on clubs’ total playing staff.
Brighton target Swansea’s Graham Potter after sacking Chris Hughton | Football | The Guardian
Brighton have identified Graham Potter as their No 1 target to replace Chris Hughton, who was sacked after a poor run of form in 2019.
Hillsborough official fined £6,500 over safety breaches | UK news | The Guardian
Graham Mackrell had earlier been found guilty of providing too few turnstiles at stadium.
Forest Green Rovers 1-1 Tranmere Rovers (1-2 agg): James Norwood fires Tranmere to Wembley - BBC Sport
Tranmere Rovers reach the League Two play-off final against Newport County as they edge past 10-man Forest Green Rovers.
Bolton Wanderers appoint administrators and face 12-point deduction - BBC Sport
Bolton Wanderers go into administration and will begin next season in League One with a 12-point deduction.
Parker admits Fulham are ‘vulnerable’ to Sessegnon suitors - Football365
Scott Parker says “It’s going to be a busy summer of rebuilding and us trying to keep hold of players.”
Pulisic ‘excited’ to start playing with Chelsea’s Kante, Luiz, Rudiger
Christian Pulisic named N’Golo Kante, David Luiz and Antonio Rudiger as the teammates he is most looking forward to playing alongside at Chelsea.
How Wrexham defeated the mighty Arsenal in one of the great FA Cup giant-killings
Probably one of the worst nights in modern Arsenal’s history.
Swiss Match Called Off After Angry Fans Demand Players Give Up Their Shirts And Socks
For the first time in 68 years, Grasshoppers were relegated to the second division with this weekend’s loss to Luzern.
How Inverness Caley Thistle slayed John Barnes’ Celtic in one of the great modern football upsets
The game that spawned one of the greatest newspaper headlines of all time.
FloSports is talking to rest of MLS about obtaining local TV rights
After having local TV rights with DC United and FC Cincinnati, FloSports is discussing with the other 22 MLS teams about obtaining local TV rights.