Barnsley star Josh Scowen has issued a tweet sarcastically thanking the club after finding out on Twitter that he has lost his squad number to another player.
The midfielder, who wore the number seven last season, tweeted that he was "#nothappy" after discovering that Adam Hammill was being given the shirt.
Barnsley published a promotional tweet showing Hammill holding the shirt.
The ex-player led the side to cup and promotion glory last seasonRead the full story ›
Newly promoted Hull City will kick off their Premier League campaign at home against champions Leicester City.
The game at the KC Stadium on August 13 will be followed by a trip to Swansea and then a big home game against Manchester United.
The biggest game of the opening weekend pits Arsenal against Liverpool.
Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola will not have long to wait to meet, with their new clubs, Manchester United and Manchester City respectively, due to clash at Old Trafford on 10 September.
Leeds United have appointed Spaniard Pep Clotet as assistant to new head coach Garry Monk.
Clotet, 39, was also number two when Monk was in charge of Swansea City.
He has previously coached in his homeland and Sweden and was linked with the head coach's job at Brentford last November.
Phil Parkinson says he 'fancied a fresh challenge' after leaving Bradford City to become the new Bolton manager.
The 48-year-old signed a two-year deal at the Macron Stadium earlier today.
It brought to an end five years in West Yorkshire during which time Parkinson led the Bantams to a League Cup final and promotion to League One.
The new Bolton boss was complimentary of his former club, and wished Bradford's owners the very best in taking City forward in a new direction.
Bradford City finished fifth in League One last season but lost their playoff semi-final to Millwall.
Lucy Ward, who worked as the club's education and welfare officer, told a tribunal that owner Massimo Cellino creates a 'toxic environment'.Read the full story ›
2/2 but after he arrived and "observed the number of press" he felt "unable" to stay and left the building before proceedings had begun
Leeds United owner Massimo Cellino has failed to give evidence at a hearing to decide the level of compensation to be paid to a former employee who he unfairly dismissed.
Lucy Ward worked as the club's education and welfare officer and successfully argued she was sacked because she was the partner of former head coach Neil Redfearn.
The club denied any wrong doing but an employment judge ruled chairman Massimo Cellino had instructed for her to be sacked and that she had been the victim of sex discrimination.
United claimed Ms Ward "repeatedly failed to work on a Wednesday", but she responded she worked from home on that day and her working pattern was "well-known" and agreed with her line manager.
She said Mr Cellino decided to sack her because she and Mr Redfearn came as "a pair".
The judge agreed with Ms Ward's legal team that the club had taken a "sexist" view and ruled the reasons for her dismissal were "a sham".
Ms Ward earlier told the tribunal she was "treated like a piece of meat" in the way she was dismissed.
Bolton have announced Phil Parkinson as the club's new manager after agreeing a compensation package with the Bantams.Read the full story ›
North Ferriby United have announced the appointment of Steve Housham as manager.
Housham started his Managerial career at Brigg Town before taking over from Brian Little at Gainsborough Trinity.
A successful 5 year spell in charge followed in which he led Gainsborough to The Conference North Play Offs, an FA Trophy Semi Final and the FA Cup First Round.
As a player he made over 100 appearances for Scunthorpe United.
He replaces Billy Heath, who joined FC Halifax Town last month.
I am delighted to be given the opportunity to manage in the National League with North Ferriby. My message to the fans is enjoy the ride and be proud that the club are playing at this level of football.
Garry Monk has been officially appointed as the new head coach at Leeds United.
The 37-year-old former Swansea City manager becomes the seventh man to take it on since Leeds' Italian owner Massimo Cellino took control at Elland Road a little over two years ago.
But some fans are already asking - how long will he last?
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