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Norwich City winger Elliott Bennett has joined Championship side Bristol City on loan until January.
The 26-year-old has struggled for minutes at Carrow Road in recent times following the arrivals of Matt Jarvis and Robbie Brady in the summer.
Bennett also spent time on loan at former club Brighton and Hove Albion last season.
Bristol City are currently bottom of The Championship following promotion from League One.
Millions of people will be glued to ITV tomorrow night (Saturday 3 October) as England prepare to take on Australia in the Rugby World Cup.
It's a huge game for the hosts, with defeat meaning they'll be knocked out of the tournament.
Among those watching on will be Peterborough United defender Callum Elder, but unlike many of the Posh squad, he'll be supporting the Wallabies.
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Norwich City striker Jamar Loza has joined League Two side Stevenage on a month's loan.
The 21-year-old scored his first senior goal for the Canaries in spectacular fashion last season, scoring a last-minute against Huddersfield Town.
Loza could make his Boro debut against Carlisle United tomorrow (3 October).
Peterborough United have been dealt a blow with the news that their striker Joe Gormley could face up to a year on the sidelines after suffering a serious knee injury.
The 24-year-old partially tore his anterior cruciate ligament and completely tore his lateral collateral ligament during a development fixture at Norwich City last week.
The former Cliftonville forward will now undergo an operation in the coming days and is expected to be out for nine to twelve months.
"It is obviously awful news. I think he knew instantaneously that it was a difficult situation he was in, but he has been very positive.
He is a professional, he has got good people around him and he has got good medical people around him.
It is disappointing for him, but he has to make sure he come back stronger and I am sure he will.
While he is out, he has plenty of time to improve tactically because you watch a lot of football when you are injured and you can take on board a lot of lessons about how to play the game and come back a better player."
Norwich City midfielder Vadis Odjidja-Ofoe has returned to the club after his loan spell at Championship side Rotherham United came to an end.
The Millers wanted to keep the Belgian beyond the initial one-month agreement, but the player expressed a desire to return to Carrow Road instead.
Odjidja-Ofoe scored one goal during his time in Yorkshire.
“Vadis expressed his desire to return to Norwich City following the conclusion of his loan which is a decision we fully respect.
We would like to thank him for his contribution whilst with Rotherham United and wish him well for the rest of the season."
Northampton Town have been told to repay more than £10 million of taxpayers' money or face legal action.
Northampton Borough Council are demanding that the club pay back the loan they gave them in the next three weeks.
The money was initially lent to support the building of a new stand at Sixfields Stadium but that remains unfinished.
Fans say they're dismayed and want answers. The club said it will meet the deadline.
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Former Peterborough United manager Dave Robertson is back in work - just a few weeks after he was sacked as Posh boss.
The 41-year-old has been appointed as the new under 21s manager at fellow League One club Southend United.
Robertson was dismissed from his role at the ABAX Stadium after Posh made a poor start to the season, with ex Stevenage manager Graham Westley replacing him.
Robertson takes over from Dale Brooks at Roots Hall.
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A member of the Northampton Town Football Club Supporters' Trust says that he's worried that speculation about an unpaid multi-million pound loan could start to affect performances on the pitch.
The Cobblers have been given just three weeks to pay back a £10.25 million loan from the Borough Council who have lost confidence in the club's ability to come up with the funds.
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"I think the players and the Management will make every effort to say that it's not affecting them, but I highly doubt that that's the case.
When there's such uncertainty at a club, and nobody really knows what's going on, it's bound to affect them."