Tottenham are yet to confirm if they intend to follow Liverpool's lead by scrapping planned increases to ticket prices and would prefer to heavily subsidise supporters' travel to away matches.
Liverpool's owners scrapped their controversial £77 ticket and apologised for the "distress caused" by last week's pricing announcement, after thousands of fans left in protest 77 minutes into last weekend's draw with Sunderland at Anfield.
Spurs have the second most expensive adult season ticket...
Johan Cruyff insists he is feeling "very positive" after his latest treatment for lung cancer.
The 68-year-old former Ajax and Barcelona star said that, after being told he had the disease, there was "no other alternative other than face it" and thanked medical staff and fans for their support.
"After several medical treatments I can say that the results have been very positive, thanks to the excellent work of the doctors, the affection of the people and my positive mentality,"...
Manchester United must end their trophy drought this season by targeting Europa League success, according to striker Wayne Rooney.
United last picked up silverware when Sir Alex Ferguson landed the Premier League title in his final season in charge at Old Trafford in 2012-13.
Since then, the club have failed to spark a run at a trophy and have fallen 12-points behind leaders Leicester City this season while also falling out of the Champions League.
With just the FA Cup and Europa League...
Tottenham's decision not to sign a striker in the January was down to head coach Mauricio Pochettino, according to club chairman Daniel Levy.
Pochettino admits that Harry Kane is the club's only "proper striker" but Spurs did not make a senior signing in last month's transfer window, despite links to a host of forwards including West Brom's Saido Berahino and Moussa Dembele of Fulham.
When quizzed on transfers, Pochettino has repeatedly stressed that it is not his "philosophy" to make signings,...
FIFA presidency candidate Sheikh Salman has denied the Bahrain FA under his control had prior suspicions of the scam that saw its national team play a fake Togo side in 2010.
Self-confessed and convicted match-fixer Wilson Raj Perumal has been long linked with being behind the Sept. 7 fixture, and Sky News said it had obtained a letter purporting to show Perumal's involvement.
At the time, Sheikh Salman was president of the Bahrain FA (BFA).
A document from the BFA assistant general secretary to...