Norwich City welcome back Grant Holt on Saturday, and the Canaries are hoping it's not a happy return for their former striker.Read the full story ›
Peterborough United manager Darren Ferguson admits that he has been told by chairman Darragh MacAnthony to improve results quickly.Read the full story ›
Birmingham City defender Will Packwood has had his loan spell cut short with Colchester United, after managing to play just 67 minutes for the League One club.
The 21-year-old had a nightmare debut for the U's in a 6-0 defeat to MK Dons, picking up an injury and receiving a red card when he hauled down Dons striker Benik Afobe last month.
“He’s gone back to Birmingham and they’re monitoring his progress. Unfortunately, it looks unlikely that he’ll be fit for two or three weeks.
To have the sending off and the red card was very unfortunate for Will. The game at MK Dons was a tough one for everyone and Will didn’t get much help from those around him.”
Luton Town have become the first Football League club to pay all their staff the national living wage.Read the full story ›
An inquest has heard details about the last moments of a popular stock car driver, who died in a crash at Mildenhall Stadium in Suffolk.
Colleagues have described 37 year old Steve Newman as a well known, well liked personality on the racing circuit. The inquest heard he died after a steel cage designed to protect him snapped on impact.
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It had modest beginnings - thirteen people running round Bushy Park in Middlesex but now parkrun hosts 22 events around the region.Read the full story ›
There was late drama in second round of the FA Cup as Colchester and Peterborough met this afternoon.
A tight game came to life in the 88th minute, when Sanchez Watt fouled Michael Bostwick to give Peterborough a penalty - but Aaron McLean's spot kick was saved by Colchester keeper Sam Walker.
And with just two minutes of injury time left, Colchester's George Moncur won it for the U's, to book their place in the third round draw.
Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger has confirmed that the Gunners are interested in signing highly-rated Ipswich Town left-back Tyrone Mings.Read the full story ›
Southend United manager Phil Brown has been named as the Sky Bet League Two Manager of the Month for November.
The Shrimpers picked up maximum points in the month to move up to 5th in the division - just four points behind leaders Wycombe Wanderers.
There was more good news for the club, with winger David Worrall also winning the player award.
Meanwhile, MK Dons midfielder Carl Baker has won the League One prize.
The 31-year-old has been in superb form since joining the club in September, helping the Dons edge closer to the automatic promotion places.
Northampton Saints star Lee Dickson admits he's desperate to force his way back into the England squad ahead of next year's World Cup.
The scrum-half was overlooked by Head Coach Stuart Lancaster for the Autumn internationals last month.
Despite the setback, Dickson says he's focussed on impressing for the Saints - starting with this Saturday's European Cup trip to Italian side Treviso.
"I've been very disappointed not to play for England when I've felt like maybe I could have had a crack here and there but that's professional rugby.
Things go against you and you've got to react.
I think I've reacted very well, I think I've played well in the last couple of games and I've just got to keep putting my hand up."