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Barnsley manager David Flitcroft has agreed a new deal to remain in charge of the club on a permanent basis.
The 39-year-old steered the Tykes to npower Championship survival following their last-day draw at Huddersfield after taking on the role of manager at the end of December.
– Statement on the Barnsley website
Barnsley Football Club are delighted to announce that David Flitcroft has agreed terms and will remain as first-team manager at Oakwell.
The new deal will also keep David Flitcroft's assistant manager Micky Mellon, technical coach Martin Scott and the other backroom staff at Oakwell.
– Watford manager Gianfranco Zola
But there is always a bigger game ahead of you. The next one is important and the second leg on Sunday even more important.
If I want to be a successful manager I have to play important game after important game, it is a challenge.
I never played a play-off as a player so I can only imagine the importance is more like playing at a World Cup or European Championship. You are playing a series of finals. But we will take it step by step.
Dean Saunders' successor as manager at Molineux faces "a massive task" to lift the club in readiness for an instant return to the npower Championship, says former Wolves goalkeeper Matt Murray.
– Matt Murray speaking to Sky Sports News.
The Wolves players have to realise that in every single game they're going to be a massive scalp
In the Championship Wolves are a big scalp, but in League One other clubs will go there desperate to play them and when they go away to these teams, it's going to be a lion's den.
I think they've still got £16million of parachute payments and everything else, then I believe Wolves can get back.
But the appointment, the person who comes in, it's a massive task just to lift the whole place.
Wolves sacked Saunders following the club's relegation to League One and are now in the hunt for their fifth permanent manager in less than 15 months.
Owen Coyle, Peterborough's Darren Ferguson and Kenny Jackett, who resigned as Millwall boss, have been installed among the early favourites.
– Millwall chairman John Berylson
On behalf of the board of Millwall Football Club, I want to express my thanks to Kenny for his fantastic service and achievements over the past five and a half years.
He has played a major role in creating a stable environment at Millwall which hadn't been the case prior to his arrival.
On a personal level, whilst respecting Kenny's decision, I wish I could have persuaded him to change his mind. He was my first acquisition as chairman of the club and has proved himself to be one of the best.
I am losing a great manager, but he will remain a good friend and hopefully, golf partner.