A football referee has been banned for life for allegedly head butting a fellow referee during a junior football match.
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The Chief Executive of Aston Villa Football Club Paul Faulkner has announced in a statement he is stepping down.
The Republic of Ireland boss Martin O'Neill is confident his number two Roy Keane will benefit from his joint role as Aston Villa's assistant manager.
O'Neill told the Irish Independent:
– Martin O'Neill, Republic of Ireland manager
My view is if it doesn't impinge on the job here with Ireland, then in actual fact it will end up being good for him.I know that if we couldn't have made it work, he wouldn't have taken the job in the first place.If his commitments to us - both on the commercial side and certainly from my viewpoint in terms of the time working with players - is not impinged at all, then I'm happy for it to go ahead, genuinely happy.Villa have agreed to give him all that time with us and therefore I don't really have a problem with it.
One year after Coventry City decided to start playing home fixtures in Northampton, fans have staged another protest, urging bosses to move the club back to the city.
The Sky Blues now play at Sixfields in Northampton after a row over rent at the Ricoh Arena.
On Saturday, thousands of fans turned out in protest.
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Thousands of Coventry City fans have marched through the city centre to protest a year after home games moved to Northampton Town's ground in a row over rent.
The club released a statement yesterday saying they were keen to communicate more with fans this season, but home games would still be played at Sixfields.
Fans protesting against Coventry City's move to Northampton have been speaking of their anger at a march in Coventry today.
Thousands of Coventry City fans have taken to the streets in protest over the club's move to Northampton's Sixfields stadium last season.
The one-mile march ended at Broadgate, where they were greeted by the 1987 FA Cup winners' double decker victory parade bus.
West Bromwich Albion have confirmed the signing of Belgium international defender Sébastien Pocognoli from Hannover 96.
The 26-year-old left-back has become the Baggies’ fourth summer signing on an undisclosed fee. He has signed a three-year deal, plus a year’s option in the club’s favour, after agreeing personal terms and passing a medical.
Pocognoli, who has 12 Belgium caps, narrowly missed out on a place in his country’s Brazil-bound World Cup squad after injury saw him miss the final six weeks of last season.
The 6ft player has top-flight experience in Belgium, Holland and Germany following spells with Genk, AZ Alkmaar, Standard Liege and Hannover.
Pocognoli will meet his new team-mates for the first time when he reports for pre-season training on Monday.
Hundreds of Coventry City fans are gathering in the city to take part in a march a year after the club moved home games to Northampton Town.
Fans will march at midday from Gosford Green to Broadgate.
Yesterday the owners of Coventry City wrote an open letter to supporters, explaining that they want to communicate more with supporters than they have in the past.