• BBC

    'This isn't City's final form'

    Former Manchester City defender Nedum Onuoha believes Pep Guardiola's side "will get better" after ending a four game winless run with a 2-1 victory at Luton Town on Sunday. With Kevin de Bruyne to come back in, [Erling] Haaland obviously to return, [John] Stones, [Jeremy] Doku - is this the best they can offer?

  • AFP

    Eight-game bans over AFC Champions League mass brawl

    The Asian Football Confederation dished out multiple bans of up to eight games on Monday over a mass brawl between China's Zhejiang and Buriram United of Thailand in the Champions League.Punches and kicks were exchanged as the Champions League group match at Zhejiang's Huzhou Olympic Sports Center descended into violence at the final whistle of the home side's 3-2 win.

  • BBC

    'I'm convinced Luton are going to go down'

    The Athletic's Adam Crafton says it is a "struggle at the moment" for him to see how Luton Town survive relegation in their first Premier League season. The Hatters have lost by a single-goal margin to both Arsenal and Manchester City at Kenilworth Road over the past week, putting in an admirable performance in each but ending the weekend four points from safety. "In the nicest possible way, I'm convinced Luton are going to go down," he told BBC Radio 5 Live's Football Daily podcast.

  • The Independent

    Lauren James avoids red card for stamp during heavy Chelsea defeat

    Having been sent off for a stamp during last summer’s World Cup in England’s win over Nigeria, James repeated the action against Arsenal but was only yellow-carded