Police have arrested a man after a pre-season friendly between Huddersfield Town and Liverpool was temporarily halted due to a drone.Read the full story ›
Hull City say takeover talks have been put on hold while the transfer window remains open, with the club in the midst of an injury crisis.Read the full story ›
Chesterfield have announced that a senior member of staff has left after an internal investigation into a raffle for a place at the club's pre-season training camp which was won by a "falsified entry".
Kevin Fitzgerald, head of commercial and marketing at the League One club resigned after a supporter spotted that the winner for a place on the training camp in Hungry possibly did not exist.
The club's director Ashley Carson described it as a "total farce" and "sorry mess", adding that all other lotteries/raffles run by the club are not affected by this "isolated incident".
Following on from my statement on Monday, I am still reeling from the shameful incident that has attracted nationwide headlines for the football club for all the wrong reasons.
After a thorough internal investigation, I can now confirm that the person responsible for this total farce has now left the football club.
Kevin Fitzgerald has been a hardworking, respected, likeable employee who has, for some reason, made a massive error of judgement and has subsequently paid the consequences for his actions. The board were unaware of his actions and have taken swift action after uncovering the truth.
I do hope that we can look for a replacement to head our commercial department, move forward and pick up the pieces from the whole sorry mess.
Finally, I want to confirm that all other lotteries/raffles run by the club, which are so valuable to providing funds, are in no way affected by this isolated incident.
Bruce has become the second person to be interviewed by the FA for the national job after Sunderland Manager Sam Allardyce.Read the full story ›
Nigerian International forward Peter Odemwingie is expected to turn out for Hull City tomorrow night against Mansfield Town.
Sheffield Ladies players and a football freestyler attended the FA eventRead the full story ›
Leeds United striker Lee Erwin has joined Oldham on a season long loan, the club have said.
The 21-year-old Scot joined Leeds from Motherwell and has so far made eight appearances for the club.
It comes as midfielder Lewis Cook joined Premier League Bournemouth in a £7 million deal on Friday.
A match is to be played tomorrow in memory of Donald Bell, the only professional footballer player to be awarded the Victoria Cross.Read the full story ›
Midfielder Lewis Cook has left Leeds United to join Premier League side Bournemouth.Read the full story ›
Leeds United are reportedly in talks to sell midfielder Lewis Cook to Premier League side, Bournemouth.Read the full story ›