Chris Powell will be thrown in to the deep end as Huddersfield Town boss with three games in a week to kick off his tenure.
The Terriers play at home to Middlesborough on Saturday, Wigan on Tuesday and away against Yorkshire rivals Leeds United next week.
After offering him a game, Powell told Chris Dawkes he was only looking as far ahead as the next game:
Leeds United's caretaker head coach Neil Redfearn has refused to rule himself out of getting the job full time.
Academy boss Redfearn, who is in his third spell in temporary charge of the Whites, has been in temporary charge of the first team since David Hockaday was sacked just under two weeks ago.
Redfearn's first game was a 1-0 victory over Bolton:
As new Huddersfield Town boss Chris Powell prepares to take charge of his first game, ITV Calendar's sports reporter Chris Dawkes asked him if he would be making any moves in the loan market.
Powell's response wasn't exactly what Chris was expecting:
Hull owner Assem Allam says he put the club up for sale 22 hours after the decision to reject a change of name for the team was announced in April.
The Egyptian addressed the media at the KC Stadium on Thursday and said he would either sell the club or stay in place if the appeal against the decision to block the change of name to Hull Tigers was reversed at the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
He said he remained committed to the club until either the name was changed or a sale was completed, whichever came first. He did not reveal what price he was looking for to sell.
He revealed that he planned to move the Tigers to the top five of the Premiership and make European football a regular thing.
Allam said he bought the club "for the community" to do his best and although there is potential interest he wants to make sure it is sold to the right person.
Before the name change was rejected Allam threatened to sell the club and now says he will "give it away" if an appeal over the name change is rejected.
Hull City owner Assem Allam says the club has been for sale for five months.
It is thought his motivation for selling the club is the FA's refusal to allow his plans to rename the club Hull Tigers.
Allam: I don't call bluffs. I don't say what I don't mean.
Allam says he would prefer to stay on as owner. "There is still a lot to be achieved. "
Allam: I thank fans, Steve Bruce & players for tremendous support.
Hull City: Allam says there is interest from potential buyers but "if I sell I would like to make sure it goes to a good home. "
Reporters have gathered at the KC Stadium in anticipation of a statement from owner Assem Allam.
Speculation has been mounting over his future at the club since the FA rejected plans to change the club name to Hull Tigers.
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Gary Cahill is honoured to have been named England vice-captain by Roy Hodgson as the Chelsea defender eyes another strong season which he hopes will culminate in silverware.
The 28-year-old who is originally from Dronfield, has been rewarded for his consistency for club and country by being formally named Rooney's deputy and received the armband when the Manchester United forward was substituted in England's recent wins over Norway and Switzerland.
It's an ambition, but more of a dream, to captain your country. It's still an amazing feeling every time you put on an England shirt to go out to play. In the next few years, whether Wayne's rested or injured, there might be an opportunity to captain the team. To know that is unbelievable. To have (the armband) for the short period of time in both games felt really good. It's something I'm really proud of and I'll relish.
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