England footballer Jamie Vardy has sent a good luck message to FC Halifax Town ahead of their trip to Wembley Stadium for The FA Trophy Final on Sunday 22 May. The striker, who is from Sheffield, played for Halifax Town in 2010.
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A Hull City fan group has said they plan to repeat their 'red card' protest at the club's final game of the season.Read the full story ›
Leeds United have agreed to a secret settlement of its £5m-plus High Court battle with former kit-suppliers Macron SPA.The Italian company sued for damages after the club decided to end their shirt-making agreement in 2014.
At the time it was signed in 2011, the six-year deal was the longest in English football history. But Bologna-based Macron said the club had no right to terminate the contract without paying a fee.
It claimed £2.1m which it said it was owed under the contract and up to another £3.5m damages for future losses.
The Championship club disputed the claim and was due to fight it in a trial at the High Court in London this week.
However after last minute talks out of court, the parties agreed to a settlement which resulted in the trial being called off.In a ten-second hearing this morning, Mr Justice Hickinbottom was told the settlement would be kept confidential.
Hull City's Mohamed Diame has escaped punishment for driving while banned after a court heard he didn't know he was banned.Read the full story ›
German defender Michael Hefele has signed a three-year contract and will join the Terriers on July 1st.Read the full story ›
The FA has confirmed that Leeds United director Edoardo Cellino has been fined and suspended after allegedly making abusive comments.Read the full story ›
Sheffield Wednesday fan Terry Hibberd writes about Marco Matias winning Football League’s goal of the season award.Read the full story ›
York City are on the verge of relegation out of the Football League, despite victory over Portsmouth tonight.
They won 3-1 but Newport's draw means that the Minstermen are now nine points from safety with just three games to play and a vastly inferior goal difference.
Here are the other results from tonight:
It's crunch time for York City FC this evening. The Minstermen have to win their home game against promotion hopefuls Portsmouth to avoid relegation - after twelve successive game without a victory.