Former Manchester Utd team-mates pay tribute to "footballing great" Bill Foulkes
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The former Manchester City striker leaves Brentford and replaces Owen Coyle at the DW Stadium.
A funeral service will be held for Manchester United legend Bill Foulkes later.
As one of the Busby Babes, Foulkes played nearly 700 times for United during his 19 years at the club.
He died last month at the age of 81.
Britain's most decorated cyclist Sir Bradley Wiggins has officially received his knighthood from the Queen in a ceremony at Buckingham Palace.
Wiggins told ITV News he couldn't remember what the Queen said to him, as he was so nervous.
In a new interview former Manchester United star Roy Keane speaks candidly about his time at the club and his relationship with Sir Alex Ferguson.
Keane and Vieira - Best of Enemies, on ITV4 tonight at 10pm, also examines the infamous personality clashes between Keane and Arsenal midfielder Patrick Vieira.
Chorley's Sir Bradley Wiggins will receive officially his knightood at an investiture ceremony later.
The honour for services to cycling is in recognition of his Tour de France win and Olympic gold.
It is believed the other players are Oldham Athletic player Christian Montano; Portsmouth player Sam Sodje, 34; his brother Akpo, 33, who plays for Tranmere Rovers; while Steven Sodje and Ian Goodison are also rumoured to have been detained.
In the wake of the arrests, the Professional Footballers' Association said it takes the issue of integrity very seriously.
– The Professional Footballers' Association
These allegations, if proven, unfortunately demonstrate the real issue football faces in terms of corruption and highlights the necessity of the work carried out by the PFA and other stakeholders in the game in educating players of these risks."We take the issue of integrity very seriously and will continue in our efforts to eradicate this evil from our game.
"In terms of these specific reports, due to the ongoing investigation by the National Crime Agency, we are unable to comment further at this time."