Barnsley have announced that they have terminated the contract of assistant head coach Tommy Wright with immediate effect.Read the full story ›
Officers want to speak to Grimsby Town and Sheffield United supporters in connection with the violent disorder that followed the friendly.Read the full story ›
The funeral of footballer Daniel Wilkinson takes place today.
Daniel, who was 26 years old and started his career with Hull City, died after collapsing during a game for Barnsley non-league club Shaw Lane earlier this month.
Leeds United will host fellow Championship side Norwich City in the fourth round of the EFL Cup.
Garry Monk's men beat Blackburn Rovers 1-0 at Elland Road on Tuesday night to progress into the fourth round.
The beat Fleetwood Town in the first round.
Hull City, who overcame Stoke at the Bet 365 stadium will travel to Bristol City in the fourth round.
Markus Henriksen netted an injury time winner for the Tigers against the Premier League strugglers on Wednesday night with the game tied at 1-1.
Fourth round ties will be played in week commencing 26 October.
Danny, who was 24-years-old, collapsed on the pitch as a result of an undiagnosed heart condition.
The money will pay for health screening.
The family of a non-league footballer who died on the pitch have been in Barnsley to see his team-mates honour their son.Read the full story ›
A minute's silence will be held before Hull City's home game against Arsenal today to pay tribute to ex-player Daniel Wilkinson.Read the full story ›
Leeds United manager Garry Monk has dismissed claims he won't be given the chance to implement his plans for the club.
Reports have surfaced that his future could be in doubt after the club's poor start to the season. Leeds picked up just their second win in the league against Blackburn Rovers and are languishing just two points above the drop zone.
With an owner in Massimo Cellino renowned for sacking managers and wanting instant success, Monk needs his side to put together a run of wins or he could be Cellino's seventh sacking in just over two years.
After forcing a move away from Oakwell at the end of the transfer window you could be forgiven for thinking George Moncur had burned his Barnsley bridges.
That does not seem the case as manager Paul Heckingbottom has left the door open for the midfielder to return in January.
The desire to play football seems to have impressed Heckingbottom rather than sulking on the sidelines.
Heckingbottom has challenged the 23 year old to rack up goals and assists so upon his return he will act as a new signing.
Moncur left the club for Peterborough United just two months after signing from Colchester this summer.