York City have parted company with manager Russ Wilcox and his assistant John Schofield. More to follow. https://t.co/NMO7pGC8gH
Russ joined York City in October 2014 and successfully achieved the Board of Directors' target of securing League Two status at the end of last season finishing 11 points clear of the relegation zone.
Sadly, however, due to the team only attaining 12 points so far this season, the Board felt they had to make a managerial change in order to give the Club the best chance of necessary progress in the League.
The Board of Directors would like to thank Russ for his hard work, commitment and endeavour during his time as York City manager.
He has been a pleasure to work with and is an honourable, decent individual who has given his all to his role at the Club.
The Board would also like to thank John Schofield for his hard work and enthusiasm on the training ground. Like Russ, he has also shown a high level of commitment to the Club during his time here.
Everyone at York City Football Club wishes both Russ and John the very best for the future.
York City manager Russ Wilcox hopes can improve on last year's disappointing campaign in his first full season in charge and the club's last full season at Bootham Crescent:
Ahead of the start of the football season, ITV Calendar's sports reporter, Chris Dawkes, has had a look at the prospects for the region's League Two sides:
Leeds United head coach Uwe Rosler has said that Leeds are still on the lookout for new signings ahead of the new season.
Rosler was speaking after the clubs 1-1 draw at York City last night:
Star signing Chris Wood was set to feature but got injured in the warmup.
However, Rosler insisted that was just as a precaution and he is not expecting the New Zealand striker to be out for any longer:
Watch the best of the action from last night's friendly at Bootham Crescent between York City and Leeds United:
The planning application for the York Community Stadium has been approved by the City of York Council!
Show your support ahead of the 10am City of York Council Planning Committee hearing for the York Community Stadium outside the West Offices.
If you are unable to attend however, we'll bring you key updates throughout right here at @yorkcityfc
The Planning Committee meeting has just got underway. We will provide key updates throughout.
Plans to build a new sports community stadium for York City could get the go ahead today.
The application to the City of York council includes an 8,000 seater stadium along with sports and leisure facilities at the now demolished site of the Huntingdon Stadium.
Former Premier League footballer Clarke Carlisle, who was seriously injured in a collision with a lorry, is awake in hospital.
His wife, Gemma Carlisle, thanked supporters on Twitter and confirmed that he is awake.
The 35-year-old former Professional Footballers' Association chairman was seriously injured following the collision on the A64, near York, on December 22 and remains in a Leeds hospital.
North Yorkshire Police launched an investigation into the circumstances of the incident and appealed for witnesses.
The Metropolitan Police later confirmed that Carlisle was charged with failing to provide a sample on December 20 - days before his serious injuries - and is due to appear in court later this month.