The Lincoln City manager Gary Simpson used jelly babies to help arrange his team ahead of their win against Conference rivals Barnet.
As fans prepare to march on the Premier League's head office calling for cheaper tickets, ITV News looks at the price of season tickets.
"The memories I have of Anfield, my team mates, the supporters and the people of Liverpool will stay with me forever," Reina wrote.
Former Cardiff City manager Malky Mackay and the club's ex-head of recruitment Iain Moody have been accused of sending "sexist, racist and homophobic" text messages during their time at the club.
ITV News understands that the FA has been in communication with Cardiff over the claims which surfaced in the Daily Mail.
According to the newspaper, the messages came to light after a raid on Moody's home during the club's investigations into eight transfers.
Among the allegations are claims Mackay used an offensive term about new South Korean signing Kim Bo-kyung, while another message is alleged to have made reference to a sex act with a player's female agent.
The Mail claims there were also a number of homophobic remarks among other messages reported to the FA.
The pair were expected to be reunited at Crystal Palace in the near future, where Moody is now director of football and Mackay was said to be lined up as replacement for former manager Tony Pulis.
It is "unacceptable" that footballers still feel the need to hide their sexuality out of fear of abuse, a Liberal Democrat minister has said. Stephen Williams has called for anti-gay abuse to be tackled "with the same vigour" as racism.
– Stephen Williams, Liberal Democrats
Football clubs in England and Wales have done a frankly remarkable job at cracking down on racism since it was rife in the 1970s.
With the occasional exception that draws deserved criticism from fans up our game is leagues ahead of many of our European neighbours when it comes to integration.
Homophobia on the football terraces should be met with the same zero tolerance as racism, a Liberal Democrat minister has said.
Communities Minister Stephen Williams called for clubs, the Football Association and the police to tackle anti-gay abuse with the same vigour as racial discrimination.
The Premier League season will get under way today as new Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal makes his first appearance in English football's top-flight.
Manchester United will start new season under a new manager for the second year in row when they take on Swansea City at Old Trafford in the early kick off on Saturday.
Manchester City will begin the defence of their title tomorrow when they face Newcastle United.
Arsenal will look to build on May's FA Cup triumph with a win against Crystal Palace, who are without a manager following Tony Pulis's departure.
Liverpool will open their season against Southampton as they launch another bid for the title, but will do so without Luis Suarez after selling the Uruguayan to Barcelona for £75 million.
Title favourites Chelsea face newly-promoted Burnley at Turf Moor on Monday.
Luis Suarez's four-month ban from football for biting an opponent has been upheld by the Court for Arbitration of Sport, but the player has been cleared to train with his new club Barcelona.
The Uruguayan striker received the lengthy ban after he bit Italy's Giorgio Chiellini during a World Cup match in June.
Suarez has since transferred from Liverpool to Barcelona for £75 million, but today's ruling confirms that he will not be able to play for the Spanish side until 26 October.
Their opponents on that day will be their fierce rivals Real Madrid.
Football fans have continued to take to Twitter to share their support for today's "Affordable Football for All" demonstration:
I hope the Premier League listen to what fans are saying at the #priceprotest today and stop the decline into a future where fans walk away
Photos of football fans preparing to march in the Football Supporters' Federation protest, against the rising cost of season tickets, have appeared on Twitter:
Liverpool FC and Everton FC fans are today taking part in a protest against football match ticket prices http://t.co/CocPFYXV28
All-time World Cup leading goalscorer Miroslav Klose has retired from international football.
The 36-year-old's announcement comes less than a month after helping Germany win the World Cup in Brazil.
His 16th World Cup goal in the 7-1 semi-final humiliation of Brazil made him the all-time leading scorer in the tournament's history ahead of Ronaldo.
The Poland-born striker played in four World Cups, scoring at all of them.
The Lazio striker follows Germany captain Phillipp Lahm into international retirement.