Here are the latest stories for Friday.
BARCELONA: Barcelona striker Luis Suarez has admitted his punishment for biting Giorgio Chiellini during the 2014 World Cup was deeply hurtful to both him and his family, and has vowed to never attend another FIFA gala as a result.
– Sevilla coach Jorge Sampaoli refused to be drawn on reports linking him to the Barcelona job after they kept up their La Liga title push with a 1-0 win over Athletic Bilbao.
CHELSEA: Antonio Conte and N'Golo Kante were named London Manager and Premier League Player of the Year respectively as Chelsea's spectacular resurgence this season was recognised at the London Football Awards.
MAN UNITED: New York City FC midfielder Jack Harrison says he would recommend other young English players try their luck in the United States, as he did when he left Manchester United's academy six years ago.
– Carrick claims new signings at Manchester United must overcome a "massive difference" in expectation levels at Old Trafford in order to succeed at the club.
REAL MADRID: Real Madrid goalkeeper Keylor Navas says he aims to "change the whistles into applause" after being barracked by his own team's fans for another mistake during Wednesday's 3-3 La Liga draw at home to Las Palmas.
– Arsenal legend Bob Wilson has urged his former club to do what it takes to keep Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez at the club next season.
– Mesut Ozil says Jose Mourinho once accused him of being a "coward" and "too nice to tackle" in a dressing room argument during their time at Real Madrid.
LIVERPOOL: Liverpool need to "spend big" in the summer with a midfielder in the mould of Roy Keane an essential part of the overhaul, former Anfield player and coach Phil Thompson has told Sky Sports.
FIFA: The International Football Association Board (IFAB) is to discuss a law change that would allow only captains to speak to referees following major incidents within games at its 131st annual general meeting at Wembley Stadium on Friday.
– The majority of football fans from across the world believe that corruption remains the No. 1 problem within FIFA and that it is still a discredited organisation despite president Gianni Infantino's major reforms.
– New York City FC announced on Thursday that it has exercised its option to buy out the contract of U.S. international midfielder Mix Diskerud.
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