Aston Villa's LGBTQ+ and allies fans' group Villa & Proud is thriving, with the men's team's main leaders among those showing support.
Who'd be a referee? Soccer Saturday's Johnny Phillips joins a pre-season training camp to see how a hungry new generation is coming through the ranks.
This weekend marks a year since away supporters were allowed at games. Soccer Saturday's Johnny Phillips chats to fans about what they have missed from their away days.
Sky Sports' Johnny Phillips examines the detail behind Burnley's takeover and what it means for Sean Dyche.
Former Sheffield United and QPR goalkeeper Paddy Kenny lifts the lid on his colourful career...
After three decades of physical and economic regeneration in the city of Liverpool, its football team are back on top once more...
Those close to Andre Gomes suggest his mental approach to rehabilitation has been crucial to his quick return, writes Johnny Phillips.
Wolves' Adama Traore has drawn 24 bookings this season with his pace and power. How does the 23-year-old cope with the attention? Johnny Phillips found out...
Johnny Phillips on the amazing tale of Wolves' airlift to Newcastle on New Year's Day 1990.
What do Premier League referees do off the field? One has taken a career turn very different to his weekend whistle-blowing.
Graham Potter is implementing new ideas at Brighton but the new boss is keen for his players to take control of their own actions.
With a busy few months ahead, Soccer Saturday's Johnny Phillips went to the Wolves academy to see how Nuno Espirito Santo is utilising the club's young talent.
Ahead of Manchester United's trip to Wolves on Monday Night Football, Sky Sports' Johnny Phillips chats to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Wolves' Laurie Dalrymple and Jeff Shi tells Sky Sports' Johnny Phillips about the club's vision to redevelop Molineux.
Nuno thinks anything is possible for his Wolves side this year, starting with Monday night's trip to champions Man City.
Former Man City captain Andy Morrison tells the story of the club's astonishing 1998/99 season as they went from their lowest ebb to Wembley glory.
Trent Alexander-Arnold chats to Johnny Phillips on Liverpool's defensive improvements, his development, plus the challenges ahead for the club.
Former chairman of Wembley National Stadium Limited Ken Bates says the FA should not consider selling Wembley.
Jose Izquierdo chats to Johnny Phillips on settling into the Amex Stadium, life in Colombia and Belgium, plus Peter his famous pet pig.
Johnny Phillips talks to Rafael Benitez about Newcastle's quiet transfer window and what his ambitions are on Tyneside.
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