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English regulator will have power to block clubs from joining breakaway Super League
The proposals are based on the recommendations of a fan-led review that ministers commissioned in the immediate aftermath of the Super League scandal.
From Chelsea's Russian revolution to PSG's Qatari makeover, takeovers that changed football history
After Newcastle United's sale to a Saudi-backed consortium, here's a look at other clubs who enjoyed a meteoric rise after takeovers by rich owners:
Premier League club Newcastle United bought by Saudi Arabia's sovereign fund
The 300-million-pound ($409 million) takeover by the Saudi Public Investment Fund initially collapsed last year over concerns about how much control the kingdom’s leadership would have in the running of Newcastle
Premier League: Arsenal's fast start secures derby delight against Tottenham Hotspur
Arsenal struck three times inside 35 minutes to beat Tottenham 3-1 on Sunday and move above their north London rivals in the Premier League table
Premier League clubs set to trial safe-standing areas in stadiums from January
Standing areas in the English top-flight and second-tier Championship were outlawed by legislation passed after the 1989 Hillsborough disaster, which led to the deaths of 97 Liverpool fans.
League Cup: Man City begin title defence with 6-1 mauling of Wycombe; Liverpool blank Norwich
The holders made the perfect start to that mission as Pep Guardiola was rewarded for fielding a strong attack featuring Kevin De Bruyne, Phil Foden, Raheem Sterling, Ferran Torres, and Riyad Mahrez at the Etihad Stadium.
Former English champions Derby County to enter administration
Derby's greatest days were in the 1970s when they were they were twice crowned champions of England by winning the old First Division, the forerunner of the Premier League.
Chelsea defender Reece James loses medals in break-in during Zenit St Petersburg win
Reece James confirmed that his Champions League and Super Cup winners' medals and Euro 2020 runners-up medal with England had been taken.
Premier League: Romelu Lukaku fills Chelsea's striker void in 3-0 win over Aston Villa
Lukaku scored at Stamford Bridge for the first time on Saturday as his double inspired Chelsea's 3-0 win against Aston Villa.
Premier League: Son Heung-min takes Tottenham top of league; Mason Greenwood fires Manchester United
Nuno Espirito Santo's side have made a flawless start to the new domestic season and they sit two points clear of second placed West Ham after a third successive victory.
FIFA president Gianni Infantino asks England to exempt players from quarantine
The Premier League defied FIFA to decide that almost 60 players from 19 clubs would not be released next week to fly off to qualifiers in 26 countries on England’s red list — including all South American nations.
Premier League: Harry Kane announces he will stay at Tottenham Hotspur
Harry Kane had been hoping to secure a transfer away from the London club in the search of a first career trophy but a move to Premier League champions Manchester City was unable to be clinched.
Premier League footballers to continue taking the knee in new season
A statement issued on behalf of Premier League players said: "We feel now, more than ever, it is important for us to continue to take the knee as a symbol of our unity against all forms of racism.
Euro 2020: Raheem Sterling, Harry Kane propel England to quarters as 55-year German curse ends
England got their first knockout stage victory over Germany since 1966 on Tuesday. In the 55 years since England beat the Germans in the World Cup final, the Three Lions had endured a painful litany of defeats against Die Mannschaft in the knockouts.
FA to have first female chair with Debbie Hewitt replacing Greg Clarke as head of English football’s governing body
Should she have her nomination confirmed by the FA Council on 22 July, she will be a permanent successor to Clarke, as the governing body — founded in 1863 — strives to make football more inclusive.
Premier League: Martin Odegaard to leave Arsenal when loan stint ends in June
Brazil defender David Luiz and Spain midfielder Dani Ceballos are also leaving when their contracts end on 30 June, Arsenal said. Ceballos was on loan from Real Madrid, also.
Premier League: Tottenham Hotspur hold talks with ex-Inter manager Antonio Conte, say reports
Tottenham are believed to have turned their attention to Conte, who left Inter after leading them to the Serie A title this season.
Championship: Brentford end 74-year wait after win over Swansea seals promotion to Premier League
After decades stuck in lower league obscurity, unfashionable Brentford will be one of the smallest clubs ever to play in the top tier.
Champions League: Manchester City vs Chelsea final a world away from forgotten Wembley clash
While City's showdown with Chelsea in Porto is a high-stakes clash, their first-ever meeting in a final came in a competition that was shunned by the elite and no longer exists.
Premier League: Sergio Aguero scores twice in Everton rout to end Manchester City stint on high
Aguero moved onto 260 goals for City, and ended his Premier League career on 184 — only behind Alan Shearer (260), Wayne Rooney (208) and Andy Cole (187).