Newcastle boss Rafael Benitez handed FA misconduct charge following comments made about the appointment of the referee for Preston match.Read the full story ›
Garry Monk has revealed he will discuss his future with Leeds' owners at the end of the season amid speculation his could leave this summer.Read the full story ›
Bolton secured an immediate return to the Championship after victory over Peterborough ensured they finished second in League OneRead the full story ›
Wigan were relegated from the Sky Bet Championship after losing to Reading while the line-up for the play-offs was all but confirmedRead the full story ›
Birmingham defender Paul Robinson has been charged with violent conduct by the Football Association.Read the full story ›
Newcastle are the 21st club to bounce back immediately to the Premier League. But how have teams fared upon their return?Read the full story ›
Leeds United have announced that former Real Madrid director Ivan Bravo has joined the club’s board with immediate effect.
Bravo served as director of strategy at Real, leading on both the sport and business fronts at the Bernabeu from 2003 to 2010.
More recently, Bravo became director general at the Aspire Academy for Sports Excellence in Qatar in 2011 - overseeing the growth of their football development programmes with network clubs in Qatar, Spain and Belgium.
Leeds United is a club steeped in prestige with an extremely proud fan-base and I am thrilled to join the Board of Directors.
I hope my experience gained across the game will add value for the club and I look forward to working with the ownership,management and the whole team to take Leeds United forward, on and off the pitch.
Fulham strengthened their play-off push with an impressive 4-1 win at promotion rivals Huddersfield.Read the full story ›
Harry Redknapp has revealed he agreed to become Birmingham's new manager after getting "fed up" with his time out of football.
The 70-year-old has been confirmed as Gianfranco Zola's successor, and will be assisted by former Bristol City manager Steve Cotterill as he bids to preserve their Championship status.
I got fed up sitting around doing nothing. I will come and live up here until the end of the season.
If I can keep them up then we can sit down and talk about going forward.
I got a phone call last night from the people at Birmingham.
I drove to London, had a meeting for 10 to 15 minutes, sat down and said 'Yeah, I will do it, no problem'. I got home and my wife said: 'Are you mad?'
Birmingham is a proper club. It is a good club. They are in a precarious position and we have got the worst goal difference as well.
I've gone in there, said I will come and do it. The money I am not interested in.
Ipswich served up their best performance of the season on Sir Bobby Robson Day, beating promotion hopefuls Newcastle 3-1 at Portman Road.Read the full story ›