Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's game between Bradford and Northampton in the League Two play-off final.
Retiring Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson is relishing his 1,500th - and final - game in charge on Sunday.
Wigan winger Callum McManaman will miss England's European Under-21 Championship campaign with an ankle injury.
Aberdeen's top scorer Niall McGinn signs a new deal to keep him at Pittodrie until 2016.
Yeovil manager Gary Johnson and assistant Terry Skiverton discuss League One promotion, demotion and the importance of good humour.
Robbie Savage believes Everton should go for former Liverpool boss Rafael Benitez as a replacement for David Moyes, who is joining Manchester United.
Defender Leon Clowes signs a new one-year contract with Conference Premier side Wrexham.
Michu, winner of four awards at Swansea City's annual awards dinner, is hailed as an outstanding signing by ex-Wales striker Iwan Roberts.
Northampton's Adebayo Akinfenwa is ready to bring "Beast Mode" to the League Two play-off final
Midfielder Stephen McPhail says his final season with Championship winners Cardiff was the "worst of his career".
BBC Sport's Mark Clemmit catches up with Northampton Town, as the team are fitted for their suits before the League Two play-off final.
Former Aston Villa captain Stiliyan Petrov has called the club's fans "incredible" for their continued support throughout his battle with Leukaemia, which saw him retire from football.
BBC Sport looks at the most memorable moments of David Beckham's remarkable career
David Beckham's off-field celebrity was not to everyone's taste but there was more to him than his haircuts, says chief sports writer Tom Fordyce
BBC Sport's football expert Mark Lawrenson takes on Hacker the Dog on the final weekend of the season
England manager Roy Hodgson says Ashley Cole is "happy to stay in the shadows" rather than captain his country in recognition of his 100th cap.
Bristol Academy leapfrog Chelsea into the Women's Super League top spot with a well-earned 2-0 home victory.
Highly-rated midfielder Stephen Lowry is to join Linfield after Coleraine accept a bid from the Windsor Park club.
BBC Sport's Alan Shearer and Gary Lineker pay tribute to the "incredible" David Beckham, who announced his retirement from the sport on Thursday.
Championship side Brighton suspend manager Gus Poyet and tell him to stay away from the club pending an inquiry.