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Sheffield Wednesday Head Coach Stuart Gray assured fans he is happy at Hillsborough after the club's new owners appointed a former manager and club owner to work with him.
Former Hull City owner Adam Pearson and ex-Newcastle manager Glenn Roeder were appointed earlier this week.
But today Gray assured fans he is entirely happy with the situation.
Leeds United's head coach Neil Redfearn has had a firefighting exercise today at his weekly news conference ahead of Saturday's championship derby at Sheffield Wednesday.
Redfearn was at pains to avoid criticism of the six foreign players who unexpectedly pulled out of last weekend's match at Charlton - widely seen by the fans as a move to undermine his position.
And he also tried to deflect questions about his own future at Elland Road.
Manager Steve Evans has revealed Rotherham will find out whether they will be deducted points for fielding an ineligible player before the weekend.
The Millers were sanctioned by the Football League last week as they played Derby defender Farrend Rawson in their 1-0 win over Brighton on Easter Monday after his youth loan had expired and the paperwork over an extension was not dealt with correctly.
They have had to endure a nervy wait to discover their fate after the league said a disciplinary panel would hear the case at "the earliest opportunity", while also indicating that the club will be open to the "full range of punishments", which includes a potential points deduction.
The three-man panel is finally set to meet on Thursday, with Evans expecting news of his club's fate in the next 24 hours
"It's going to happen very soon," the Scot, whose side host Norwich on Saturday, said. "It's not my job to talk when it is and when it's not, it will be soon enough.
"I've been told this morning that we hope it will be concluded by the time we arrive here on Saturday, whether that's today or tomorrow I am not 100 per cent sure."
The Millers have vowed to fight the charge, hiring top QC Jim Sturman to defend them, but a three-point deduction is thought to be the likeliest punishment should they be found guilty.
But Evans insists he does not know the strength of his club's defence and has not been involved.
"I am not involved in the case, all I know is the chairman that has spent many hours heading the football club on this with a legal representative, I've not been involved in any of the meetings because it is not my department," he added.
"I have almost been kept at a distance.
"You have to accept there's been an error. Certainly, knowing people inside this football club, no one means to make an error.
"I don't want to cast judgement on people who make genuine mistakes. I have made enough of them. I have often said that in my career and I mean it."
Two leading Liverpool FC supporter groups have announced plans to boycott their team's trip to the KC later this month because of the away ticket price of £48.
Spirit of Shankley say that the mark up in price compared to the same fixture last season and compared to other Premier League games at the KC this season is unfair.
With support of the Spion Kop 1906 group, the Spirit of Shankly Management Committee have decided that we will not be attending this match. Instead, we will hold a demonstration at Anfield to voice our displeasure at the disgraceful pricing of Premier League tickets.
In solidarity, many of the regular independent coaches that are organised and travel from Liverpool will also not betravelling to this fixture. Fans can simply not afford to attend every game at the prices that are currently set.
We would encourage fans to join us on that night to tell the money men of the Premier League cartel that they cannot continue to charge exorbitant prices, whilst making obscene amounts of money. This wealth should be shared and passed back to the lifeblood of the game, the supporters.
Hull City are yet to comment on the protests.
Barnsley FC has announced that Puma and Genesis Sports will supply the club's technical and replica kits as well as training gear.
The deal begins from the start of next season.
We are thrilled and delighted to have entered into a partnership with such a leading brand as PUMA. This new Technical Kit deal once again demonstrates the significant progress that has been made commercially here at Barnsley Football Club.
We are happy to become the official kit and training wear provider for Barnsley Football Club. It is a good club with a strong heritage and we're looking forward to working with all aspects of the Club.
Leeds United defender Guiseppe Bellusci is set to miss the final two league games this season because of injury.
The Italian had an MRI scan on the injury and will now see a specialist.
He missed the defeat to Wolves then returned to the bench against Cardiff but was unavailable for Saturday's defeat at Charlton.
Sheffield Wednesday has announced that the club's Vice Chairman, Paul Aldridge, will leave Hillsborough at the end of next season.
Sheffield Wednesday would like to announce that Paul Aldridge will leave the club at the end of the 2015/16 season #swfc
The news follows the appointments of Adam Pearson and Glenn Roeder as advisors to new chairman Dejphon Chansiri.
Hull City's former chairman Adam Pearson is returning to football as an advisor to Sheffield Wednesday's new owner Dejphon Chansiri.
Pearson, who will remain in control at Super League side Hull FC, will be part of a three man committee to help run the club, alongside former Newcastle manager Glenn Roeder, and current Owls boss Stuart Gray.
Leeds United have released a statement over the absence of six of their foreign stars from Saturday's game away to Charlton.
Italian quartet Mirco Antenucci, Giuseppe Bellusci, Dario del Fabro and Marco Silvestri, Frenchman Souleymane Doukara and Albanian Edgar Cani all told beleaguered head coach Neil Redfearn they were injured and could not travel to London.
Leeds United Football Club wants to clarify that during the days leading up to the away Championship fixture at Charlton Athletic on Saturday April 17 that six first team players suffered injuries.
While our first team squad did not train on Wednesday, after the Norwich City fixture the night before, the club were aware that several players were carrying injuries after the game. The first team squad and management returned to training on Thursday and Friday when these injuries were assessed by the club’ s medical team.
Upon assessment of the players, the medical team decided to take caution and on Friday six players did not finish the full training session.
Every member of the Leeds United squad receives first class treatment from the club’s head physio and his team at Thorp Arch. It was the medical team’s view from Thursday onwards that some first team players would struggle to be fit for Saturday’s game at Charlton.
It was declared that the six players were unavailable to travel to London on Friday, the club needs to protect its assets.
The club completely stands by the internal medical recommendations that it receives.
It comes as former Leeds captain, Trevor Cherry, branded the six United players who withdrew at short notice a 'disgrace' and called for them to be sacked by the club.