Sam Wallace

Sam Wallace

Chief football writer for The Daily and Sunday Telegraph newspapers (formerly @SamWallaceIndy)

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On a European level, Uefa's announcement on disciplinary measures against rebel 12 Euro Super League clubs understood to be imminent. Six English clubs have escaped a ban from Champions League or Europa League (or UECL). Story:

It is understood that Danny Ings is confident he will be fit to return to full training within the next two weeks. Ings’ recovery schedule puts him on track to be available for selection - at the latest - for Southampton v Fulham on May 12

So close to a Full English for the two finals but fair play to Unai Emery for successfully breaching the weak point in the Prem’s breakwater sausage

The European Super League reaches its endgame for Premier League rebel 6: big fines incoming. Story:

Confirmed by Uefa: no competition ban for 9 of 12 rebel ESL clubs (excluding Real Madrid, Barca, Juve). Nine clubs will make collective €15m donation to good causes; lose 5% of Uefa comp revenues next season

Sir Alex Ferguson interviewed by @robbiereviews  on the film made about his life. British football’s defining figure linking the postwar years to the modern 21st century game. A marvellous read

There are few things in football quite so gloriously absurd as the Panenka gone wrong, and that was a treat


Moussa Sissoko very much remembering this is his last chance to make sure his first home fixture of next season is not Huddersfield Town

Karius sobbing uncontrollably & apologising to Liverpool supporters. Should be remembered the effect that mistakes, doubt & then depression had on the late Robert Enke. It is sport, & it means a lot but it is just sport & all of us make mistakes

Guus Hiddink to replace Jose Mourinho until the end of the season. More at @TeleFootball  soon

May: refusing to resign Corbyn: presenting second place as a kind of victory Our politicians owe such a debt to Arsene Wenger

Andrea Agnelli just checking the Uefa co-efficient to see if Porto are allowed to progress to the quarter-finals

Agree with every word of this: 140+ years of heritage at the mercy of owners who never give interviews; never put themselves up for scrutiny. No-one but them wants a closed-shop European Super League

THFC 2-1 Arsenal match report. One small step further into mediocrity for Arsenal. Another leap forward for Spurs

Q: What about Lampard's future at City? Pellegrini: We'll decide in December Q: It's December tomorrow Pellegrini: Ask me tomorrow then