In Pictures: Wigan at Wembley

Images of Wigan's fourth Wembley visit in a year. The FA Cup semi-final against Arsenal ended in a penalty shoot-out defeat.

Rosler: I'm proud of Wigan

Wigan manager Uwe Rosler felt his team could not have given any more in the FA Cup semi-final defeat to Arsenal.

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Remembering Hillsborough 25 years on

The victims of the disaster will be remembered across the country Credit: ITV News

This weekend's professional English football matches will be delayed by 7 minutes to mark 25 years since Hillsborough.

As a mark of the respect for the 96 Liverpool fans who died, all four divisions, and Football Conference matches will have their games moved back to start at 3:07pm.

Former Blackburn player guilty of making homophobic gesture

Colin Kazim-Richards has been found guilty of making a homophobic gesture Credit: PA Images

Former Blackburn Rovers footballer Colin Kazim-Richards has been found guilty of making a homophobic gesture at a match while playing against one of his previous clubs.

The 27-year-old claimed he was bantering with the crowd when he allegedly made a homophobic gesture towards them while playing against Brighton and Hove Albion, a court has heard.

But magistrate Darren Reynolds sitting at Brighton Magistrates' Court, told the footballer they accepted the evidence the four prosecution witnesses had given them.

Mr Reynolds said: "We find that these gestures were insulting and believe that you were aware that such gestures would be insulting."

Kazim-Richards was fined £750, ordered to pay £620 court costs and a £75 victim surcharge after being found guilty of using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour, or disorderly behaviour, within the sight or hearing of a person, likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress.

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Tranmere Rovers statement on sacking of Ronnie Moore

Tranmere Rovers have released a statment Credit: PA Images

Tranmere Rovers have released a statment after sacking manager Ronnie Moore.

It reads:

"Tranmere Rovers Football Club have today terminated the employment of Ronnie Moore for being in breach of his contract.

Moore has admitted an FA charge regarding multiple breaches of Rule E8(b) for misconduct in relation to betting and requested a personal hearing.

Football Operations Director and Club Secretary Mick Horton said: 'Tranmere Rovers will not tolerate any action that damages the integrity of this Football Club.'Any staff members found to be guilty of misconduct will face severe action.'"

Blackpool fans' anger over Oyston 'cash cow' tweet

Blackpool fans have responded angrily over a tweet posted by Sam Oyston, son of the club's owner Karl.

It shows Mr Oyston outside Bloomfield Road by a sign reading "Oyston's Cash Cow".

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@bfc_125_news not tonight sorry, think its time for me and @superkarloyston to keep quiet. The protest really got to and scared us tonight!

Sam Oyston appeared to apologise to fans after reaction in the stadium after the team were beaten 3-1 by promotion-chasing Derby. It leaves the Seasiders just three points outside the Championship relegation zone.

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