Leeds United recorded their first back-to-back wins for eight month after they beat Huddersfield in the West Yorkshire derby.
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New Terriers Head Coach David Wagner, who officially takes charge on Monday, was watching on from the stands.
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Rotherham have signed highly-rated Manchester City winger, Brandon Barker on loan.
The 19-year-old midfielder becomes Neil Redfearn’s second signing after a deal was struck with the Premier League heavyweights on Friday afternoon.
Barker, who has represented England at under 18 level, signed a five-year professional contract with City in August this year, after impressing with his rapid rise through the club’s Academy.
He is an exciting young player. He represents a ball carrier who will go past players and make things happen. He is a goalscorer who is quite young in years but has had quite a lot of experience around the first team at Manchester City.
They think that he is going to develop into a top player so for us to get him is a massive plus. It is a great deal for us, he is what we need. He has the ability to open sides up and he can create goalsocring opportunities and he can score goals. He will be a massive addition for us
Reports have emerged claiming that one of Jurgen Klopp's former assistants is set to snub a move to join his former boss at Liverpool, and take over at Huddersfield Town instead.
The Telegraph say David Wagner is set to replace the freshly departed Chris Powell within the next 48 hours, rejecting overtures from Anfield to team up with the German coach again.
Wagner had been coaching Borussia Dortmund's under 23's side until he quit recently, fuelling speculation of a move to England.
Powell, appointed in September 2014, oversaw just three league wins this season, with Tuesday night's 2-2 draw at Reading leaving Town 18th in the Sky Bet Championship table.
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Leeds United owner, Massimo Cellino, has told ITV Calendar's Chris Dawkes, that he still intends on selling the club.
Cellino tells me he's had "a lot of complaining from fans" about fans group @leedsfansutd and their intention to buy his 75% stake
Cellino had reportedly struck a deal to sell the club to Leeds Fans United, but it emerged on Wednesday morning that the deal had collapsed.
Huddersfield Town have parted company with manager Chris Powell.
Powell, appointed in September 2014, has overseen just three league wins this season, with Tuesday night's 2-2 draw at Reading leaving Town 18th in the Sky Bet Championship table.
We have decided to make this change after very careful deliberation. It is made with the long term interests of the Club in mind. It signals a change of direction by the Club and a new approach.
Chris worked to represent Huddersfield Town to the best of his ability; to develop us, improve us and take us forward. He now leaves us well placed for the future challenges ahead.
Academy Manager Mark Lillis will now take charge of Huddersfield for the next game - the Yorkshire derby against Leeds United on Saturday.
York have appointed former Dundee United boss Jackie McNamara as their new manager after the departure of Russ Wilcox.
McNamara takes over with the club 22nd in Sky Bet League Two after taking just two points from their last eight games.
The former Celtic and Scotland defender will be joined at Bootham Crescent by former Scotland team-mate Simon Donnelly, who becomes his assistant for a third time.
McNamara began his managerial career with Partick Thistle and the club were second in the Scottish First Division in January 2013 when he left to take the vacant position at Dundee United.
The 42-year-old parted company with the Tannadice side in September after a poor start to the season.
York City are expected to unveil former Scotland international, Jackie McNamara, as their new manger this afternoon.
Russ Wilcox was sacked from the club in late October, with the club currently 22nd in League Two. McNamara was previously in charge of Dundee United and Partick Thistle.