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Sheffield Wednesday were plunged into chaos last night as Gary Megson was axed just days after winning the Steel City derby.
Seydou Keita has fuelled speculation he could join Liverpool in the summer.
Atletico Madrid want Chelsea keeper Thibaut Courtois on loan for another season.
Stuart Pearce says he is not experienced enough to be England's full-time boss after watching his side lose 3-2 to Holland last night.
Gary Megson was axed as Sheffield Wednesday boss last night after a turbulent 12 months in charge.
Sir Alex Ferguson fears former Manchester United striker Louis Saha will dent their title chances this weekend.
Gary Megson has been sacked by Sheffield Wednesday with the Owls lying third in League One.
Craig Gardner says he is happy at Sunderland despite months of speculation about his future.
Blackburn fans will stage another protest against the club's hierarchy before Saturday's clash with Aston Villa.
The clamour for Harry Redknapp to be appointed England manager intensified last night as Holland grabbed a stunning late winner at Wembley.
Sheffield Wednesday sacked Gary Megson just three days after victory in the Steel City derby.
Eric Dier's chances of a permanent move to Everton have been boosted by an end to his third-party ownership.
Darren Fletcher has turned to hypnosis in a bid to beat a career-threatening bowel condition.
Aaron Ramsey will miss Arsenal's next two games with an ankle injury.
Terry Connor has told Steve Morgan he wants the Wolves manager's job on a permanent basis.
Manchester United's Dimitar Berbatov will this month have his contract extended until the end of next season, laying to rest any lingering doubts about the club's desire to keep a player who has slipped further out of contention.
An entire team of 11 Rangers players will be axed today.
Dunfermline are feeling the effects of Rangers' plunge into administration, claiming the stricken Glasgow club owe them £80,000 in ticket money.