Ahead of the 20th MLS season, which starts on Friday, we take a look at the issues set to dominate the discussion.
The Dutch Football Association deducted three points from Twente's Eredivisie tally on Wednesday due to financial trouble.
Borussia Monchengladbach want to go all the way and win the DFB Pokal, according to coach Lucien Favre.
The Montreal Impact reached the CONCACAF Champions League semi-finals on away goals, overcoming Pachuca.
Kurt Zouma is mature and good enough to become Chelsea's next captain, manager Jose Mourinho said.
Club Universitario and Libertad both won their first group stage matches in the Copa Libertadores on Tuesday.
Wolfsburg expect to be attacked when they visit second-tier club RB Leipzig in the DFB Pokal on Wednesday.
Jack Rodwell scored Sunderland's equaliser at Hull City on Tuesday and then admitted it hit his arm.
Aston Villa forward Gabriel Agbonlahor believes Tuesday's 2-1 Premier League win over West Brom can have a restorative effect on his team.
Ronald Koeman was delighted Southampton were able to end their three-match winless run with a 1-0 victory over Crystal Palace.
Alan Pardew felt Crystal Palace were unfortunate not to earn a point after their 1-0 defeat at Southampton on Tuesday.
Tony Pulis staunchly defended Ben Foster after the West Brom goalkeeper's error deep into stoppage time handed Aston Villa a 2-1 victory.
Aston Villa's last-gasp win over West Brom can turn their Premier League season around, according to Tim Sherwood.
Sunderland boss Gus Poyet reflected on his touchline spat with Hull City's Steve Bruce and slammed Paul McShane for diving.
Hull City boss Steve Bruce acknowledged his touchline spat with Sunderland's Gus Poyet on Tuesday was not a good look.
A busy schedule for Monaco is not a problem, coach Leonardo Jardim said ahead of their clash against Paris Saint-Germain.
Frank de Boer has no interest in leaving Dutch champions Ajax unless an "interesting" club came calling.
Roberto Martinez said Everton need to stick together as the Merseyside club bid to steer clear of the relegation zone.
Wellington Phoenix are remaining grounded, despite moving within three points of top spot in the A-League.
Denmark's upcoming international friendlies are under threat with the local FA and Danish players at odds over a new pay deal.