Bristol City have parted company with head coach Sean O'Driscoll with immediate effect
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Carlisle United have signed defender Courtney Meppen-Walter on a one-month deal following a successful trial with the League One club.
The former Man City man was recently released from jail after being sentenced to 16 months incarceration due to his involvement in a car crash which caused two fatalities.
Gillingham's Adam Barrett will want to forget about this open goal miss against Stevenage last night as quickly as possible.
Luckily for the hapless defender, the Gills ended their League One encounter as 3-2 winners.
A Swindon fan arrested after running on to the pitch and allegedly punching Leyton Orient goalkeeper Jamie Jones has been released on bail.
Orient boss Russell Slade said that, although 24-year-old Jones was unhurt, he was angered by the incident, which Slade described as the worst he had seen since becoming a manager.
Orient's chief executive Matt Porter wrote on Twitter:
– Leyton Orient chief executive Matt Porter
Swindon confirm fan who ran on pitch and attacked Jamie was arrested and will be banned for life. We will also press for strongest penalty.
Peter Taylor has been confirmed as Gillingham's permanent manager until the end of the season.
Taylor took control at the Sky Bet League One club on an interim basis almost a month ago to the day following Martin Allen's sacking.
League One side Carlisle United have taken former Manchester City youngster Courtney Meppen-Walter on a two-week trial.
The defender has just been released after serving eight months in prison for causing the death of two people in a road traffic collision.
Harry Maguire's first-half brace helped give new Sheffield United manager Nigel Clough a dream start.
The 20-year-old defender twice headed home unmarked in the opening half-hour at Bramall Lane before Ryan Flynn sealed the three points.
Alex substitute Max Clayton grabbed a late consolation as his side slipped into the relegation zone, below the Blades on goal difference.
Hearing the Crewe coach is stuck in traffic on the M1. Not sure how far away they are #SUFC