The latest stories from the Football section of the BBC Sport web site.
Kieran Tierney is on track to return from a knee injury in early May, Arsenal have confirmed.
BBC Sport looks at what the rise and demise of the European Super League within 48 extraordinary hours means for football.
Wolves' Premier League home game against Brighton will be shown live on BBC Sport in May.
As the 'big six' English clubs pull out of the Super League, social media reacted with the predictable mix of humour, sarcasm and cynicism.
Schalke players and staff were attacked with eggs by their own fans following their first relegation from Bundesliga in 33 years.
Manchester City's Caroline Weir tells The Players podcast how a lack of women's teams when she was growing up meant she idolised Zinedine Zidane and wanted to play for Real Madrid.
Leo Varadkar says the Irish government does not expect to be able to meet Uefa's demand of filling stadiums to 25% capacity for Euro 2020 games in Dublin.
Juventus chairman Andrea Agnelli says the European Super League project cannot proceed as AC Milan, Inter Milan and Atletico Madrid join the six Premier League clubs in withdrawing.
Sergio Canales' "fantastic" driven finish for Real Betis against Valencia comes in at number one as BBC Sport looks at the top five goals in La Liga this week.
Team GB will face Canada, Chile and hosts Japan in the group stages of the women's football tournament at this summer's Olympic Games in Tokyo.
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