Preston manager Simon Grayson has paid tribute to goalscoring hero Joe Garner, who rescued a 1-1 draw in North End's play-off semi-final.Read the full story ›
Wigan Athletic kick-off the end of season play-offs, targeting a speedy return to the Premier League.Read the full story ›
The final whistle may have blown on the Football League season but three North West clubs have still got their eyes on the ball - and the play off finals at Wembley.
Preston host Rotherham in the first leg of the League One play-off semi-finalRead the full story ›
The Cod Army head to York City for tomorrow's League Two play-off semi-final.Read the full story ›
Preston North End have confirmed that the club was contacted today by the National Crime Agency in relation to an investigation into spot-fixing allegations.
Preston North End Football Club can confirm that today, 3rd April 2014, the Club has been contacted by the National Crime Agency in relation to a wide ranging investigation into ‘spot fixing’ in football.
There are no suggestions that any offences that might have occurred involved match fixing.
None of our employees have been charged with any offence at this time and until or unless this position changes we will be taking no further action nor making any further comment.
All of our contracted employees are available for selection by the manager.
Thousands of fans have lined the route of Sir Tom Finney's funeral cortege in Preston.
Fans of Preston North End and MK Dons are being asked to come together in memory of Sir Tommy Finney, who died on Friday at the age of 91.
PNE travel to stadiummk tonight, Tuesday, and supporters are urged to applaud throughout the seventh minute as a mark of respect to Sir Tom.
Sir Tom played in the number seven shirt for Preston.
Mk Dons were an integral part of Sir Tom’s 90th birthday celebrations at Deepdale two seasons ago.