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Peterborough United Darragh MacAnthony has launched a remarkable rant on Twitter, saying he's "bored" of his team's performances.
Former Aston Villa chairman has told ITV News Central Carson Yeung was interested in buying the club.
Speaking at a press conference this morning ahead of Birmingham City's championship clash with Ipswich, manager Lee Clark refused to comment on the impending verdict of Carson Yeung's money laundering trial in Hong Kong.
He told ITV News Central that he was only concerned with matters on the pitch, and 'whatever happens elsewhere happens'.
Birmingham City Football Club's owner Carson Yeung is awaiting a verdict on charges of money laundering, following a trial in Hong Kong.
Yeung, who denies the allegations, resigned from his positions on boards relating to the club earlier this month.The judge in the case spent a full day in court reading just under a third of the 112-page report, on which he's based his decision.
The hearing will conclude at the beginning of next week.
Plans to create a £1million 'football hub' in Oswestry in Shropshire have been announced.
Current Welsh Premier Champions, The New Saints Football Club, want to expand its football facilities at its Park Hall home in Oswestry.
The proposed plans include an additional full size floodlit 3G pitch, six floodlit 3G mini pitches and additional parking.
The new project would be located on land opposite Park Hall. The proposals are subject to planning permission from Shropshire Council, as well as securing necessary funding.
- Cheltenham 1 - 4 Chesterfield
- Mansfield 1 - 4 Bury
- Northampton 2 - 1 Southend
- Torquay 1 - 1 Burton Albion
- Cheltenham 0 - 4 Chesterfield
- Mansfield 0 - 1 Bury
- Northampton 1 - 1 Southend
- Torquay 1 - 1 Burton Albion
Warwickshire Police have charged 29 men with violent disorder following a football match between Atherstone Town and Barrow AFC in October 2013.
Violence broke out at Atherstone's home ground - 'The Snake Pit' - on October 12th 2013, during an FA Cup 3rd round qualifying tie.
Following an investigation, Warwickshire Police made 34 arrests in total and along with the 29 arrested, four more accepted police cautions whilst another man was released without charge.
The men charged will appear before Lemaington Spa Magistrates Court on February 28th.
Shrewsbury Town Football Club has appointed Michael Jackson as manager until the end of the season. http://t.co/UcrAVnRtsU
Shrewsbury town have appointed former caretaker boss Michael Jackson as manager until the end of the season.
Club Chairman, Roland Wycherley, said the club looked to promote from within and that:
“It was clear Michael was the closest match to the profile the board set for the position. He is certainly highly qualified... And brings continuity and stability having been at the club for five-and-a-half years as a senior pro and coach."
Representatives from Nottingham Forest and Leicester City have warned fans against racist chanting in tomorrow night's game.
– Ben White, Nottingham Forest media and communications manager
The club will not tolerate this kind of antisocial behaviour at The City Ground and will take the strongest possible action against anyone who is involved in such behaviour.
We are active in our efforts to remove this type of abuse from our matches and we will not condone any form of chant that may be perceived as racist or offensive, aimed towards our own or the visiting supporters.
– Leicester City spokesman
There is no place for any form of discrimination in football or in wider society and Leicester City wholly supports the efforts of Nottinghamshire Police to encourage an atmosphere that is inclusive for all.
Players and supporters have the right to participate in a matchday that is free from prejudice and we would urge supporters to report any activity which compromises this to the police.
Fans of both clubs are being encouraged to use a ‘text reporting facility’ in order to report any behaviour that they feel is offensive.
Details of the Nottingham Forest text reporting facility can be found on each match ticket or in the matchday programme.
Police have warned fans that racist chanting 'will not be accepted' during the game between Nottingham Forest and Leicester City tomorrow night.
Both clubs have been working with police to ensure that there are no incidents and measures are in place that will allow fans in attendance to report anybody falling foul of the rules.
A win for Leicester would see them open up a ten point gap between themselves and second place Burnley.