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Peterborough United have tweeted a message of support to their former player Britt Assombalonga, after the striker was ruled out for a year with a serious knee injury.
The 22-year-old suffered the injury during Nottingham Forest's 3-0 win over Wigan Athletic on Wednesday.
He has now undergone surgery and Posh have wished him the best of luck in his recovery.
Assombalonga has scored 15 goals for Forest since moving to The City Ground for £5.5million in the summer.
Former Wimbledon striker John Fashanu says that he will attempt to persuade MK Dons star Dele Alli to play for Nigeria instead of England.
Alli recently completed a dream switch to Tottenham Hotspur, but was immediately loaned back to the Dons for the rest of the season.
Although Alli has played for England junior teams, the 18-year-old can still change international allegiance, and Fashanu hopes that he will choose the African nation over the Three Lions.
"I will be speaking to some people at MK Dons to help patch me through to Alli. We can't afford to lose such a talented kid to England, it's better we put up a fight than to let him go, I will do my best to persuade him to switch allegiance.
I sincerely believe in years to come he will be a top prospect and Nigeria, from what I will tell him, will be his best bet at being a global international star."
Fashanu ironically chose to play for England over Nigeria in the 1980s.
Thousands of Ipswich Town fans are being warned to expect delays if they're taking the train to tomorrow's away game at Fulham.
It's the third week of engineering works - with the main line closed between Manningtree and Shenfield on Saturday and Sunday so bus replacements will be running.
Cambridge United will play host to university rivals Cambridge and Oxford when they meet for the annual Varsity football match next month.
The fixture will be staged for the 131st time. The U's say its further evidence of their growing relationship with the University.
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Norwich City manager Alex Neil admits that he was frustrated by his side's lapse in concentration against Charlton Athletic.Read the full story ›
New Norwich City signing Tony Andreu is in contention to make his debut for the club in tomorrow's Championship clash with Blackpool.
The Canaries were waiting on clearance from Fifa and the Football League, but that has now been received.
Andreu arrived on deadline day in a £1million deal, and will wear the number 12 shirt at Carrow Road.
“It is really, really exciting for me to be part of this massive club and I’m really happy.
I’m looking forward to playing at the stadium. I’ve heard a lot of good things about the Norwich fans. It’s always full and the atmosphere is brilliant.
I have no specific targets, but I just want to play as many games as I can and try to improve as a player, while trying to add something to the team."
Meanwhile, Norwich manager Alex Neil admits that the club could look to sign West Brom midfielder Graham Dorrans when the loan window opens next week.
A permanent swap deal involving Martin Olsson fell through minutes before the deadline, but Neil says that the Canaries could revisit the possibility of signing the Scot on a temporary basis in the coming weeks.
Norwich City v Blackpool, Sky Bet Championship, Saturday 7 February, 3pm
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