Ipswich Town have completed the signing of Colchester United striker Freddie Sears for an undisclosed fee.Read the full story ›
The former West Ham forward has been in prolific form in a struggling U's team this season, scoring 14 goals, and his contract is due to expire at the end of the current campaign.
As a result, Colchester have decided to cash in on their star man to avoid losing him on a free transfer.
If the deal is completed in time, Sears could feature in tomorrow's trip to Millwall.
Luton Town have extended the loan of QPR defender Michael Harriman until the end of the season.
The right-back has played 17 games since joining the Hatters in October.
Harriman would also be eligible to feature in the play-offs, should Luton get there.
Peterborough United boss Darren Ferguson is inviting supporters to a special forum at the ABAX Stadium tonight.
The manager says he understands fans are frustrated with their poor form and wanted the chance to answer their questions directly in an honest and open way.
"We are going through a really difficult time at the minute, but it is vital that everyone sticks together during this period.
I understand that the supporters are frustrated and I felt it was a good time to have a forum where supporters can put their point of view directly to me and for me to answer those questions in an honest and open way."
Ipswich Town are out of the FA Cup after being beaten 1-0 by Premier League Southampton in a replay at Portman Road.Read the full story ›
Peterborough United midfielder Grant McCann has left the club on a free transfer.
The 34-year-old has joined Linfield in his home country of Northern Ireland.
McCann made nearly 200 appearances in his time at Posh and captained them to promotion to The Championship back in 2011.
"I have thoroughly enjoyed my four and a half years with Peterborough United. I have had some good times and some low times, but those good times have definitely overshadowed any low moments.
I just want to thank everyone, the players, the staff, the management team and everyone connected with the club. They have been first class with me and made me and my family extremely welcome."
Norwich City have seen their appeal against the red card shown to Jonny Howson in Saturday's win over Bournemouth rejected by the FA.
The midfielder was shown his marching orders for a challenge on Cherries striker Yann Kermorgant.
New Norwich manager Alex Neil called the decision "really harsh" after the game, but their appeal has been dismissed.
It means that Howson will now serve a three-match ban, ruling him out of the upcoming games against Cardiff City, Brentford and Birmingham City.
19-year-old McGeehan captained Norwich when they won the FA Youth Cup back in 2013 and he spent time on loan at Luton last season.
He's eligible for Cambridge's FA Cup tie with Manchester United later this month.
Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy insists that the club won't cash in on defender Tyrone Mings in this month's transfer window.Read the full story ›
Norwich City striker Cameron Jerome says that the Canaries squad will back new manager Alex Neil after he won his first game in charge.Read the full story ›