A look ahead to the big Midlands games in the Championship tonight.
Former Wolves boss Mick McCarthy is among a group of former Midlands managers being connected with the vacant post.
Following Birmingham City's new sponsorship deal with electronic cigarette company Nicolite, here are five other controversial deals.
Birmingham City Football Club has signed a new defender from Fulham on a season-long contract.
Dan Burn, 21, scored three goals in 41 appearances while on loan with Yeovil Town last season.
The 6ft 7in centre-back began his professional career with Darlington in 2009.
Lee Clark has also signed striker Matt Green on a two-year contract from Mansfield Town.
The Bath-born 26-years-old scored 56 goals over two seasons for Mansfield, who were promoted to League Two this year.
Birmingham City has signed Swansea defender Kyle Bartley on a season-long loan.
Bartley, 22 was bought by Swansea from Arsenal in August 2012.
The Stockport-born defender began his youth career with Bolton, before joining Arsenal in 2007 to become part of the successful Premier Academy League and FA Youth Cup side in 2008-09.
Birmingham City have signed midfielder Tom Adeyemi on a two year deal.
The 21-year-old was a free agent after leaving Norwich City.
He will officially become a Blues player on 1 July.
Nicolites, the company that will sponsor Birmingham City Football Club next season, say they their products target adults and not children.
The club will also work with the charity Help Harry Help Others. The logo of the charity will be carried on the junior, infant and baby shirts.
– Nikhil Nathwani, Nicolites
We are keen to ensure that our products are in no way targeting young children. Our products are for adults that already smoke, who are looking for a tobacco free alternative. As a result we are delighted to be able to donate the space to the charity in order to promote all its good work helping young people and families hit by the disease."
Birmingham City have confirmed that electronic cigarette company Nicolite will be the club's principal partner and shirt sponsor for the 2013/14 season.
Help Harry Help Others will have their logo on the front of all infant, junior, baby and Blues Academy kits.
The Crown Prosecution Service says it will now take steps to recover the money stolen by the former Safety Officer at Birmingham City Football Club.
Angela Millington Senior Crown Prosecutor from West Midlands Crown Prosecution Service said the club had put a lot of trust in Peter Smith.
– Angela Millington Senior Crown Prosecutor from West Midlands Crown Prosecution Service
Smith grossly exploited his position of trust and abused his senior position in order to dishonestly receive over £45,000 which was used to enrich himself and his family.Over a three year period, Smith and his family received payments for employees who he claimed had carried out work for the club.
Following an internal investigation by the club, it transpired that work had never been done by his wife and daughter-in-law, and that the other name receiving payment was fictitious.
She added Smith had exploited the club’s employment practices for greed and self-importance but today he had paid the penalty for his abuse of the club’s trust.
Forward Lee Novak has agreed to join Blues on a three-year contract.
The 24-year-old, previously at Huddersfield Town, will formally join on July 1 after his current deal with the Terriers expires.