Neil Warnock has ruled himself out of the running to become Sheffield Wednesday's new manager, claiming the move would be too divisive
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Bournemouth defender Steve Cook was left with a gashed head after a Millwall fan threw a coin at him as his team celebrated their fourth goal in a 5-2 win at the Goldsands Stadium.
Cook needed lengthy treatment but was able to resume as Bournemouth came back from 2-0 down to clinch their fifth win of the season.
– Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe
There is no way the players deserve to have things thrown at them. This is a family club, it should not have happened and I hope it does not happen again.
Crowds can shout what they like and Lewis was doing nothing untoward after scoring his goal. Football is an emotional game and I can understand the celebrations.
Sunderland owner Ellis Short has insisted he will make the best decision for the club as he attempts to find a successor to Paolo Di Canio.
– Sunderland chairman Ellis Short
We now have a very important decision to make.
Our only consideration in making that decision is what is best for the club.
In doing so, we feel the weight of the entire city and beyond, along with the history of this massive football club.
The appointment of a replacement head coach is our priority and I urge you to ignore the speculation in the media about the selection process, because most of it is completely wrong.
Sheffield Wednesday striker Gary Madine, 23, was jailed for 18 months at Leeds Crown Court today after he was found guilty of punching two men in separate nightclub attacks.
Steve McClaren poses for his first photo as Derby County head coach, alongside the club's new management team and Chief Executive Sam Rush.