Arsenal duo in the clear
Kieran Gibbs and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain will be available for selection against Swansea tonight. Gibbs's red card was rescinded after he was mistakenly sent-off by referee Andre Marriner. Chamberlain who committed the original offense also avoid further suspension as he didn't 'deny' a clear goalscoring chance.
Marriner also escape punishment
The referee will not face additional sanction, as he is scheduled to referee Southampton vs Newcastle game this weekend.
Artificial pitches approved
The FA has allowed artificial pitches to be used in every round of FA Cup starting next season.
The Italian has been disqualified from taking over ownership at Leeds United, failing The Football League's fit and proper test.
Warnock staying put
Neil Warnock, who last managed Leeds United has reject the chance to manage Nottingham Forest, who earlier sacked manager Billy Davies.
Green cleared to play for USA
The young winger, who holds both US and German citizenship, has been cleared by FIFA to play for USA, and is eligible for selection for this year's World Cup.
Porto Alegre could drop out as World Cup host
The city which is supposed to host five World Cup matches this summer, might drop out as several infrastructure to support the stadium is not yet finished awaiting legislation for tax exemption to be passed.
Prandelli to stay on
The Italian national team manager is set to put pen to paper a contract extension for another two years until Euro 2016. His original deal is due to expire after the World Cup.
Real Madrid forward, Ronaldo seems to think so after his side lost the El Clasico against Barcelona, 3-4 at Santiago Bernabeu.
Beckham unveils Miami Stadium
Former England captain Beckham has revealed stadium plans for his Miami MLS franchise. The 25,000 seater stadium will be located in Miami's waterfront area, with the goal of playing in 2016.