BBC Sport - Football 4 April 2018

Ray Wilkins: Former England captain dies aged 61

Former England and Chelsea midfielder Ray Wilkins dies in hospital at the age of 61.

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Ray Wilkins: From Mexico to Milan, football says goodbye to 'an absolute gentleman'

Football has lost one of its most enduringly popular figures in Ray Wilkins, says chief football writer Phil McNulty.

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The night Juventus rose to applaud Ronaldo - how good was his bicycle kick? Vote now

"One of the great goals" - reaction and stats after Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo stunned Juventus with a sensational bicycle kick.

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SPFL will wait until after this weekend before announcing the last rounds of fixtures

The Scottish Professional Football League will announce the last rounds of top-flight fixtures next week as it considers a suitable date for an Old Firm derby.

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Gender pay gap: how does your football club compare?

Manchester City, Manchester United and Arsenal all pay their average male employee less than the average female staff member - but how does your club compare?

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Jess Fishlock: Wales midfielder says England game 'not do or die'

Jess Fishlock urges Wales not to get "too emotionally involved" in Friday's crucial World Cup qualifier against England.

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Going down in instalments - linesman tumbles after being hit by the ball

Linesman Willie Conquer takes a tumble after being struck by a stray ball in Ross County's Scottish Premiership hammering of Partick Thistle.

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Neves, Cairney and Sessegnon on EFL Player of Season shortlist

Tom Cairney, Ryan Sessegnon and Ruben Neves are shortlisted for the EFL's Championship Player of the Season award.

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Charlton Athletic: Lee Bowyer to remain in charge until the end of the season

Caretaker boss Lee Bowyer will remain in charge of League One side Charlton Athletic until the end of the season.

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Ex-Scotland striker Riordan joins amateur side

Derek Riordan, the former Scotland, Hibernian and Celtic forward, is back in football - with amateur club St Bernard's.

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Players will go before me - Bury boss Lowe

Bury manager Ryan Lowe says his team need "a miracle" to avoid relegation to League Two.

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Dundee reject record Rosenborg bid for Caulker

Dundee defender Steven Caulker will not join Rosenborg, despite a club record transfer bid from the Norwegian champions.

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Hibernian 3-1 Hamilton: Florian Kamberi aims for second after hat-trick

Hibernian striker Florian Kamberi celebrates the "perfect night" with a hat-trick and sets his sights on second place in the Premiership.

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