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.
OLDHAM ATHLETIC STATEMENT
"Oldham Athletic Football Club has been made aware of the incident and allegation surrounding one of its players, Cristian Montano.
The Club will commence an immediate internal investigation to establish all the relevant facts of the case.
The Club is co-operating with other agencies in this matter and cannot comment on specific facts at this stage. The Club will not be issuing any further statements at this time."
Brendan Rodgers has denied any knowledge of an agreement with Luis Suarez which would allow the striker to leave Liverpool at the end of this season, should the club fail to qualify for the Champions League.
The Anfield side successfully staved off interest from Arsenal in the summer and there were suggestions Suarez had been persuaded to stay for another season to help Liverpool attain Champions League football, on the proviso that he could leave if they were to fail.
However, Reds manager Rodgers denied that was the case.
He told several national newspapers: "There never was that before and there never was that this summer. I didn't sit in on the conversations but as I understand it there is no agreement of any kind."The contract was what it was.
We want him to stay and with his contract running for two-and-a-half years, I am sure there will be something between now and the end of the season to keep him here.
"There will be a number of dependencies on that but the most important thing is that the player is happy."
Suarez has been in impressive form since returning from a 10-match ban for biting Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic.
The Uruguayan has now scored 51 league goals in 84 appearances and is also the Premier League's leading scorer with 13 in just nine games, following four in Wednesday's 5-1 defeat of Norwich.
Macclesfield Town are gearing up for their FA Cup clash. The club who are the region's lowest placed team left in the competition face fellow non league side Brackley Town on Saturday. A place in the lucrative 3rd round awaits the winner
The second ashes test match gets underway tonight and former Lancashire and England all rounder Andrew Flintoff hopes all the focus will be on the play and not what people say.
Australia captain Michael Clarke was fined after the first test when a television microphone picked up him warning Burnley's Jimmy Anderson to 'get ready for a broken arm'.
Flintoff was no stranger to a bit of verbal sparring with the Aussies in his playing career and he thinks it's all harmless banter.
Former Sale Sharks loosehead prop Andrew Sheridan may be forced to retire because of a neck injury, Toulon coach Bernard Laporte has warned.
Sheridan, who played in the 2007 World Cup final and toured with the British and Irish Lions two years later, has a long-standing issue in the neck/shoulder area and suffered a fresh setback during Toulon's Top 14 match against Perpignan last month.
Now Laporte has revealed that the 34-year-old former England player has been ordered to rest for four weeks, after which doctors will assess whether he can return or have to retire.
Nat Lofthouse's 1958 FA Cup winners medal along with his 1952 England cap against Austria have gone on display as part of a new collection to honour the former Bolton forward.
The football club, which he played more than 500 times for, were part of a consortium that helped to keep the special memorabillia in his home town.
Mark Cavendish speaks to Granada Reports as he tours the country promoting his new autobiography.
The Manx Missile was Britain's first ever winner of the famous sprinters Green Jersey at the Tour de France. He's also the first British rider in 46 years to win the world Road Race title.