Paul Scholes refused to rule out eventually managing Oldham, while Stoke's Kenwyne Jones and Wilson Palacios are wanted by Championship clubs.
Andre Villas-Boas has warned Emmanuel Adebayor that his frustration at being out of the side will continue, but insisted he will not sell Tottenham's highest earner in January.
Petr Cech admitted a lack of concentration has put Chelsea's place in the Champions League knockout stages in doubt but claims the Blues can learn from defeat ahead of Sunday's Manchester United clash.
Chelsea defender David Luiz could not hide his shock at his side's performance as they went down 2-1 to Shakhtar Donetsk in the Champions League.
Poland's sports minister Anna Mucha has offered to resign as the fallout continued from England's World Cup qualifier in Warsaw.
Crystal Palace skipper Michael Jedinak believes his side can maintain a promotion challenge without Dougie Freedman.
Fulham boss Martin Jol has revealed he has received a number of enquiries from clubs looking to take young striker Marcello Trotta on loan.
Paul Scholes hasn't ruled out one day becoming Oldham Athletic manager, saying: "I love Oldham and it's the first result I look out for every week."
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson backed makeshift central defender Michael Carrick after the 3-2 Champions League win over Braga at Old Trafford.
Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany has dismissed concerns about his form ahead of his side's crucial Champions League encounter at Ajax.
The Hillsborough Justice Campaign is calling for more funding to help survivors still traumatised by the disaster.
West Yorkshire chief constable Sir Norman Bettison, who is at the centre of criticism over the Hillsborough disaster, has resigned.
Jose Enrique is on a mission to force his way back into the Liverpool side after making his comeback from injury.
American businessman Robert Kraft has no regrets about deciding not to buy Liverpool.
John Heitinga insists fighting it out for a starting position at the heart of Everton's defence will make him a better player.
Landon Donovan has admitted he doesn't know if he'll return to Everton.
Newcastle manager Alan Pardew wants to see a harsh punishment given to any Sunderland fan found guilty of shouting vile chants at Steven Taylor.
Toon striker Papiss Cisse spends tens of thousands of pounds of his own money to try to improve the lives of young people in Senegal through football.
Club Brugge coach Georges Leekens read the riot act to his players before they left for Newcastle on Wednesday.
Craig Gardner insists he will happily make way for Phil Bardsley if the fit-again Sunderland right-back makes his comeback this weekend.
Alan Pardew has hinted that he may be running out of patience with Cheick Tiote, after the Newcastle midfielder's red card in Sunday's derby.
Newcastle will on Thursday face one of the fastest and most interesting footballers on earth in Mohammed Tchite.
Peter Schmeichel has saluted Swansea City's rise to Premier League prominence and tipped Michael Laudrup to turn them into an established top-flight side.
Romelu Lukaku admits West Brom's strikers need to improve but remains confident the goals will soon flow at the The Hawthorns.
Dan Ashworth believes West Brom's decision to appoint Steve Clarke is being vindicated by early-season results.
Aston Villa midfielder Stephen Ireland will keep playing with his fractured wrist in a protective cast.
Christian Benteke is impressing fellow Aston Villa strikers on the training ground, says Andi Weimann.
Lee Clark says he always had faith in his Birmingham City side, even when they looked dead and buried at Millwall on Tuesday.
Kevin Doyle backed himself to stay on the goal trail for Wolves after his brace against Bolton on Tuesday.
Stale Solbakken has defended his tactics after Wolves threw away the lead at the death in the 2-2 draw.
Billy Jones and Jerome Thomas have handed West Brom a double fitness boost by taking part in an open training session for fans at The Hawthorns.
Former West Brom and Arsenal defender Brendon Batson has urged black players not to form a breakaway group from the Professional Footballers' Association, but believes it is vital their concerns are dealt with by the authorities.
Dan Ashworth believes West Brom fans will have a treat in store for them when another of the club's summer recruits, Yassine El Ghanassy, settles into English football.
Leeds United have launched a campaign aimed at ending "vile and sick" chants from the terraces in the wake of last week's controversial derby against Sheffield Wednesday.
Norwich City defender Russell Martin admits those doubters forecasting the Canaries' Premier League demise irritate him.
Saints fans have given Nigel Adkins an overwhelming vote of confidence, with 78% backing him in a poll.
Stoke City have rejected approaches for Kenwyne Jones and Wilson Palacios from Leicester City and Hull City respectively.
Roberto Martinez believes Chris Kirkland deserves huge credit for ensuring the situation surrounding his assault at the weekend didn't escalate.
Lennie Lawrence was keeping his cards close to his chest as it was suggested he was on the verge of linking up with Dougie Freedman at Bolton.
Accrington Stanley are bracing themselves for an official approach from Chesterfield for manager Paul Cook.
Blackburn caretaker boss Eric Black has urged the club to make a decision sooner rather than later on a new permanent manager.
Burnley's joint chairmen have yet to agree on their next manager, with Sean Dyche, Steven Pressley and Steve Lomas all in contention.
Sheffield Wednesday boss Dave Jones is vowing that abusive fans will never make him turn his back on football.
St Mirren boss Danny Lennon admits the one positive he can take from his side's 5-0 mauling at the hands of Celtic is that he suffered no fresh injury problems.
Kelvin Wilson has urged Celtic fans to play their part in reversing the cruelty of Tuesday night's heartbreaking 2-1 defeat against Barcelona
Celtic chief scout John Park is being lined up by Spurs and West Brom for a football development manager role.
Ally McCoist hopes Rangers have finally breached a mental barrier as they go in search of their first away win of the season in the Irn-Bru Third Division at Clyde.
Neil Alexander has played down talk of a rift within the Rangers squad - and insisted the Ibrox club is poised to end its dreadful run of form away from home.
Senior Hearts officials arrived at Hampden Park to plead their case with at least two Scottish Premier League clubs proposing that the Edinburgh side be placed under a transfer embargo until September 2013.