There was an upset in the FA Youth Cup over the weekend, as Blackburn Rovers knocked out seven-time winners Arsenal.
This goal from Daniel Butterworth with 12 minutes left was enough to send Rovers through to the fourth round.
Here's his big moment:
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Blackburn Rovers fans are set to meet later to discuss protests against the club's owners.
They're unhappy about the way the Venky brother's are running the club.
Fans are planning to protest at their next match with Brentford.
Blackburn Rovers' latest signing Wes Brown insists he can play a big part at the club this season.
The 36 year old former Manchester United defender has joined on a free transfer and will also take on a coaching role at Ewood Park.
It's been a disappointing start to the season for Rovers and also for the region's other Championship sides Wigan and Preston who play each other tomorrow.
David Chisnall has paid a visit to all three clubs.
Sunderland striker Danny Graham, who spent half of last season on-loan at Ewood Park, has made his move to Rovers a permanent one.
He's signed a two-year deal:
Blackburn manager, Owen Coyle, says he'll sign at least another two players this week after parading new striker Anthony Stokes.Read the full story ›
Striker Anthony Stokes has moved to Ewood Park fresh from helping Celtic win the Scottish Premier League title.
He's won four league titles and two Scottish Cups. But 20 years ago it was Blackburn who stole his heart.
New Blackburn boss, Owen Coyle, and Blackpool's Gary Bowyer are both taking on clubs with years of frustrating results and disillusioned supporters.
But they've been telling our reporter, Chris Hall, they are both up for the challenge.
Owen Coyle has been appointed as the new manager of Blackburn Rovers. The former Burnley and Bolton Wanderers boss takes charge at Ewood Park after putting pen-to-paper on a two-year-deal.
Coyle will work alongside assistant manager Alan Irvine and first team coach Rob Kelly.
First and foremost I'm absolutely thrilled and honoured to be Blackburn Rovers manager and I look forward to working with terrific people at the club.
"The ultimate aim is to give a team that is representative of the fans, a team that is entertaining and hard working, and a team that can win."
Rovers Director Mike Cheston said: "We are delighted to welcome Owen to the club. We took our time and conducted a thorough search and Owen was the standout candidate.
"He brings with him a wealth of management experience, a strong track record in the Championship and we believe he will complement our existing coaching staff perfectly.
"He meets all of the criteria we were looking for and we firmly believe he is the right man to take this club forward.”
Former Blackburn boss Gary Bowyer has been appointed as Blackpool's new manager.Read the full story ›
Blackburn Rovers says the club's manager Paul Lambert is to leave the club at the end of the current campaign.
The club says Lambert has decided to activate a release clause in his contract and will step down after Rovers' final game of the season against Reading on May 7.
The club has thanked Lambert for his efforts since joining in November and says the search for a new manager will begin immediately.
Blackburn Rovers can announce that Paul Lambert will be leaving the club at the end of the current campaign: https://t.co/0woaloY3pY
I would like to place on record my thanks to the Owners, and especially the players, staff and fans for the tremendous backing and support I have received since I arrived.
It’s a brilliant club, with great people, and I wish it every success in the future. For now, I remain fully focused and determined to try to win the final two games of the season, starting this Saturday against Rotherham.