Sheffield Wednesday fan Terry Hibberd takes a look at the ticket prices at Hillsborough in his latest Off The Post Blog.Read the full story ›
Huddersfield Town manager Chris Powell is resigned to the fact that he will lose first choice goalkeeper Alex Smithies to Championship rivals Queens Park Rangers.
Smithies graduated from the club’s academy in 2007 and made well over 200 appearances for the Terriers, but looks set to make the move to West London.
Incidentally, Smithies could make his Rangers debut againstTown next Saturday if the deal is not done in time for this weekend’s round of fixtures.
Bradford City fan Mahesh Johal discusses Shrewsbury and Bantams ticket prices in his first Off The Post Blog for ITV Calendar.Read the full story ›
A billboard showing moment Sheffield United were relegated from Premier League has been erected outside Bramall Lane.Read the full story ›
Everton manager Roberto Martinez has called Mason Holgate a 'phenomenal young prospect' as he completes his £1million move from Barnsley.Read the full story ›
Hull midfielder Jake Livermore was reportedly struggling with the death of his child when he tested positive for cocaine last season.
Livermore tested positive for the Class A drug after the Tigers' 2-0 win over Crystal Palace in April and was suspended pending a Football Association hearing.
It is understood that Hull were fully aware Livermore was battling difficult personal circumstances and the Daily Mail reported on Thursday that his failed test came just days after the results of an inquest into the death of his baby.
Livermore remains suspended by Hull, who will not take questions on the 25-year-old until the FA investigation is resolved.
The club are unable to comment on Jake Livermore until his case with the Football Association concludes.
A failed in-competition test for a 'social' drug such as cocaine carries a maximum two-year ban.
The 25-year-old originally joined Hull on loan from Tottenham for the 2013/14 season, making the deal permanent in an £8million deal last summer.
He has one England cap, having appeared in a 2-1 friendly win over Italy in 2012.
A Norwegian fan has given a club in the 8th tier of English football hope of finding their new home, after a £20,000 donation.Read the full story ›
Scarborough Athletic are a step closer to moving back to their home town. The club has been playing in Bridlington because of a lack of a suitable ground, but now they hope their new stadium in Scarborough will be completed in the next 18 months, thanks in part to a £20,000 donation from Norwegian fan, Are Guttelvik.
Chesterfield fan Lesley Brentnall waxes lyrical about Spireites midfielder Sam Morsy in her first Off The Post Blog for ITV Calendar.Read the full story ›
Hull City fan James Yorke writes about the hunger of Steve Bruce's new signings in his first Off The Post Blog for ITV Calendar.Read the full story ›