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Lee Johnson has left his role as Barnsley manager after being appointed as the new head coach of Bristol Rovers on a three-and-a-half year contract.
The 34-year-old was given permission to speak to the Robins on Friday after the Championship strugglers triggered a release clause in his contract at Oakwell.
Paul Heckingbottom and Tommy Wright have take responsibility for first-team matters for the time being at the South Yorkshire outfit.
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Hull City can consolidate their position at the top of the Championship table tomorrow when they travel to Burnley, one of their main rivals for promotion.The Tigers are currently four points ahead of third placed Burnley, whom they beat convincingly 3-0 at the KC on Boxing Day.
City have won their last six matches in all competitions - a run that saw Steve Bruce named Championship Manager of the Month. But he agrees that the award is often a poisoned chalice.
Barnsley have given their head coach Lee Johnson permission to speak to Bristol City concerning their managerial vacancy.
In a statement the club said it had given Johnson permission because it believes that 'the structures that we now have in place must be the key to our future success rather than dependence on a single individual'.
This morning we gave permission to Lee Johnson to speak to Bristol City concerning their managerial vacancy. We gave this permission because we believe that the structures that we now have in place must be the key to our future success rather than dependence on a single individual. If Lee decides to stay with Barnsley Football Club we will be delighted, but if he chooses to move on, we will continue unabated with the plan we have in place for the progression of our Club.
Hull City manager Steve Bruce and striker Abel Hernandez have won the Sky Bet Championship Manager and Player of the Month awards for January.
Bruce guided his side to six wins from six games in January, taking the Tigers to the top of the Sky Bet Championship table and into the fifth round of the FA Cup. He beat Sean Dyche (Burnley), Gary Rowett (Birmingham) and Dougie Freedman (Nottingham Forest) to the award.
Hernandez scored six goals in four appearances and netted a hat-trick in a 6-0 win against Charlton Athletic.
January was a really good month for us and we look forward to the next challenge now. It’s a big pat on the back for all of the staff here, too. The manager gets the trophy, but the staff here work tirelessly to support me in what we do so it’s congratulations to them as well.
I’m very happy to have been voted the Player of the Month in the Championship. I hope to continue the form I have shown in January and to keep performing well for the team.
Rotherham have terminated the contract of midfielder Simon Lenighan after an internal investigation.
The 21-year-old was suspended by the Millers in early December, just a week after signing for the club, after being convicted of assaulting three women back in February 2015.
Lenighan avoided jail but was sentenced to a community order for 12 months, including 150 hours of unpaid work, and ordered to pay damages.
The former Leeds academy product did not make a first-team appearance during his time with Rotherham.
Following an internal investigation in to the matters recently in the press and following the reported conduct of the player, Rotherham United can announce that it has terminated the contract of Simon Lenighan. The club will be making no further comment on this matter.
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Leeds United have revealed the matchday programme cover for this Saturday's game against Nottingham Forest.
The programme is labelled "Issue 16b" - Leeds United owner Massimo Cellino is famously superstitious and believes the number 17 brings bad luck.
At the beginning of the season Cellino had the pitch blessed and the team went on to achieve a 1-0 win against Cardiff City.
He also famously hates the colour purple.