There have been plenty of occasions this season when, theoretically at least, it has been deemed a good time to play Tottenham Hotspur.
Uefa Nations League update: What impact this week's results could have for the Home Nations and Ireland
by: Pippa Field — The Telegraph 15 Oct
Tonight's game against Spain represents England's penultimate game in League A Group 4 of the Uefa Nations League competition.
by: Richard Jolly — The Telegraph 11 Oct
England U21s 7 Andorra U21s 0
by: Molly McElwee — The Telegraph 11 Oct
Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck has criticised Uefa's attempts to close the gap between top and lower tier clubs, saying Europe's heavyweights should not be "dumbed down" to join "the great unwashed".
by: Matt Law — The Telegraph 11 Oct
Chelsea head coach Maurizio Sarri has been sent a clear message from the club’s fans that they want to see him give youth a chance.
by: Daniel Zeqiri — The Telegraph 11 Oct
After September's international break we posited 10 Premier League questions that might be answered before the international break we are currently enduring.
by: Telegraph Sport — The Telegraph 11 Oct
Former Aston Villa chairman Sir Doug Ellis has died at the age of 94.
by: Adam Hurrey — The Telegraph 11 Oct
As football rallying cries go, surely nothing rouses the competitive soul more than “another day to go after our objectives.
England manager Gareth Southgate drafted in to persuade FA Council members to vote in favour of Wembley sale
by: Tom Morgan — The Telegraph 10 Oct
The Football Association has drafted in Gareth Southgate for a last-ditch attempt to push through the troubled £600 million sale of Wembley after discovering that fewer than 40 per cent of people involved in the grass-roots game are in...
The victorious story of Ynysddu Welfare FC's team assembled from nowhere fills the valleys with pride
by: James Corrigan — The Telegraph 10 Oct
Robyn Lewis had given up football.
Man Utd pay Monaco additional £8.7m for Anthony Martial after equaliser against Newcastle triggered 25-goal clause
by: James Ducker — The Telegraph 10 Oct
Jose Mourinho may consider it a small price to pay in the circumstances but Anthony Martial’s crucial goal against Newcastle came at a cost of more than £8.
Belgian football faces investigation into financial fraud and match-fixing – while offices are also raided across Europe
by: Telegraph Sport — The Telegraph 10 Oct
Belgian authorities say 57 police raids are ongoing in Belgium and six other European nations in a wide-reaching investigation into financial fraud and match-fixing in football.