Oldham Athletic have confirmed the appointment of David Dunn as the club's manager on a permanent basis.
The former Blackburn Rovers midfielder had been in caretaker charge since Darren Kelly left the club last month.
Wayne Rooney looks to be a major doubt for England's Euro 2016 qualifier against Estonia after he missed a second successive training session because of an ankle injury.
Rooney sat out training when the 25-man squad met on Tuesday and he was absent from the latest session at St George's Park on Wednesday morning.
The England captain suffered a knock to the ankle in Manchester United's 3-0 defeat to Arsenal on Sunday.
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Crewe Alexandra defender George Ray was stretchered off and taken to hospital after clashing heads with Wigan Athletic's Jordi Hiwula.
The Wales Under-21 international was treated on the pitch for 15 minutes before being taken to hospital.
League One Crewe later confirmed the defender had regained consciousness.
Spanish prosecutors have cleared Barcelona star Lionel Messi of wrongdoing in a tax fraud case, but have called for the arrest of his father.
The Argentine footballer had been expected to stand trial in relation to unpaid taxes totalling more than €4 million (£3m).
A Spanish judge recently rejected an appeal filed by the player's lawyers to drop the Barcelona star from the case.
Prosecutors are still seeking an 18-month prison sentence for his father, Jorge Horacio Messi, for allegedly defrauding Spain's tax office in unpaid taxes from 2007 to 2009.
In the documents made public on Tuesday, prosecutors also called for a fine of €2 million (£1.5m) for the father of the Argentina playmaker.
David Beckham is convinced Ryan Giggs will be a successful Manchester United manager one day.
Beckham will grace the pitch at Old Trafford once more next month when he takes part in a charity match which aims to raise funds for UNICEF.
I have always said that Giggsy has this streak running through him that you see in top managers.
I saw it as a player. He is so determined and when you have got someone like that at a club like this, someone who is from this part of the world and knows so much about this club - it's so embedded into him - it means so much to fans, so I hope that at some point Giggsy does take over.
It might not be for the next five or 10 years but at some point it would be amazing for the fans to have him.
To have Giggsy sat on the line preparing himself to become a manager is exciting.
Brazilian forward Neymar will remain at Barcelona "for life" – so wishes the club's technical director Roberto Fernandez.
The 23-year-old underlined his status as one of the best players in his team last season when he scored 43 goals in all competitions as Barcelona won a Primera Division, Copa del Rey and Champions League treble.
Neymar is tied to the European champions until June 2018 and Barca recently expressed their intention to reward the Brazil star with a new deal that would make him the second highest paid player at the club behind Lionel Messi.
"We are currently working on Neymar's contract extension and I don't think there will be any type of problem," Fernandez said, as reported in Marca.
"I have no doubt in my mind that Neymar will spend the rest of his life at Barcelona."
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