Sky Sports - Football WATCH: Boreham Wood 0-4 Arsenal 2017-07-27T23:50:00.000000000+01:00 Arsenal continued their preparations for the new Premier League season with a 4-0 victory over Boreham Wood at Meadow Park. Papers: Fresh Bale hope for Utd 2017-07-27T23:40:00.000000000+01:00 A round-up of the top football stories and transfer gossip making the back pages of Friday's newspapers. Koeman positive after Euro win 2017-07-27T23:10:00.000000000+01:00 Ronald Koeman insisted he could take plenty of positives from Everton's faltering start to their Europa League campaign after squeezing past Slovakian minnows Ruzomberok in the first leg of their third qualifying round tie at Goodison Park. Rooney feeling good after return 2017-07-27T23:00:00.000000000+01:00 Wayne Rooney admitted playing for Everton again was "a great feeling" after making a winning return to Goodison Park. Baines hands Everton slender win 2017-07-27T22:40:00.000000000+01:00 Wayne Rooney's Goodison Park homecoming ended in a win as Everton beat MFK Ruzomberok 1-0 in their Europa League third qualifying round first-leg tie on Thursday night. Scotland crash out despite win 2017-07-27T22:20:00.000000000+01:00 Caroline Weir's first-half strike was not enough to send Scotland into the knockout stages of Euro 2017 despite the fact her smash-and-grab goal settled a 1-0 victory over Spain in Deventer. Lionesses set up France quarter-final 2017-07-27T22:00:00.000000000+01:00 England Women set up a Euro 2017 quarter-final showdown with France as they secured Group D top spot with a 2-1 win over Portugal in Tilburg. Bradley to coach Los Angeles FC 2017-07-27T19:50:00.000000000+01:00 Former Swansea manager Bob Bradley is back in football after being announced as the head coach of MLS expansion franchise Los Angeles FC for next season. Nainggolan signs new Roma deal 2017-07-27T19:28:00.000000000+01:00 Radja Nainggolan has signed a new four-year contract at Roma. Barton's FA ban reduced 2017-07-27T19:23:00.000000000+01:00 Joey Barton's 18-month ban from football for breaching Football Association betting rules has been reduced to 13 months and one week on appeal.