Neil Redfearn has told ITV Calendar that he wants to establish Rotherham United as a Championship club this season.
The Millers' new manager has been unveiled at New York Stadium and believes the challenge of turning around the fortunes of the South Yorkshire club has come at the right time for him.
The former Leeds boss spoke to John Shires:
Sheffield United has issued a statement asking for more information regarding a second coin-throwing incident.
The latest incident took place after the Blades’ third penalty in the midweek League Cup Trophy tie against Notts County.
South Yorkshire Police are investigating the incident that involved a coin being thrown in the direction of the opposition goalkeeper.
The managing director of Sheffield United Mal Brannigan stated that the "behaviour of this manner will not be tolerated and anyone found to have committed this offence will receive an automatic life ban from Bramall Lane."
Doncaster Rovers have confirmed they will announce their new first team manager towards the end of next week, ahead of the Bradford City game.
The new manager who will replace Paul Dickov will be in charge for the game against Bradford on October 17th.
The Board of directors are currently conducting interviews and are very impressed with the high calibre of candidates for the role. The aim of this recruitment process has always been to secure the best person for the short, mid, and most importantly long term future, of Doncaster Rovers Football Club.
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Women's football team the Doncaster Belles have unveiled ambitious plans to build the UK's first dedicated elite women's training facility.
Named the Belle Vue Belles, the facility will incorporate five grass and artificial pitches, a physiotherapy room, an indoor heated pool, a gym and residential rooms.
The club, who won promotion to Super League 1, the top division of the women's game, have also revealed that approximately 10 players will be given full time professional contracts.
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Leeds United have signed Sunderland winger Will Buckley on an emergency loan deal.
The 25-year-old, who has been training with Leeds this week, has finalised a deal that will keep him at Elland Road until January 2 and could make his debut in the home game against Birmingham on Saturday.
I don’t think Sunderland were that keen on me going at first but they decided that was probably best for me and best for them, too. When Leeds came in, that was the club I wanted to go to. It’s a massive club with a good manager. I want to get some games and help this big club get back to where it needs to be. I just want to get back to playing football now and I think this is a great opportunity for me at a good club to get back to where I need to be.