Championship side Wigan have announced the appointment of former Manchester City striker Uwe Rosler as their new manager
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Police were on Saturday pelted with bottles and missiles after trouble broke out between football fans following a highly charged local derby.
Officers arrested 23 people when Port Vale hosted Wolves in Sky Bet League One.
Staffordshire Police said it was "confronted by a significant group of home fans" involved in "violent disorder" who had gone out of their way to target police lines.
Bury boss Kevin Blackwell admits he would have been unable to piece together a five-a-side team two months ago as they seek to reach the next stage of their revolution against Norwich in the Capital One Cup.
– Bury manager Kevin Blackwell
June the 24th we turned up for pre-season and I had four players signed at the football club.
It's been hard going but I think we've made some really good signings. I'm pleased with the attitude and I'm pleased with what we've seen so far and I think the fans are as well.
Swindon have unveiled Mark Cooper as their new permanent first-team manager on a two-year deal after a successful spell as caretaker.
The 44-year-old former Peterborough boss has been in charge of first-team affairs since Kevin MacDonald departed the club on July 12.
Cooper, previously assistant to MacDonald, has overseen two wins and two defeats from his four matches in charge of the Robins.
Crisis club Coventry have signed striker Mathieu Manset after being given special dispensation by the Football League.
The Sky Blues have been operating under a transfer embargo since the start of March but manager Steven Pressley has finally been able to bring in a new face to bolster his threadbare ranks.
City have not yet fully exited the embargo but they have now been granted permission to sign players under the League's supervision.
Gillingham manager falls down trying to give instructions.
The Football Association is unlikely to take any disciplinary action following a minor pitch invasion by Coventry supporters during Saturday's Sky Bet League One clash at Crawley, Press Association Sport understands.
A dozen or so Sky Blues fans - frustrated by off-field events at the crisis club - went on to the Broadfield Stadium pitch and held up play for three minutes after seeing their side go 2-0 down midway through the first half.
Stewards and police chased the invaders before escorting them off the field of play, although it is currently unconfirmed as to whether any arrests were made by Sussex Police.
I can play for free Swindon Town. And only midweek-games.When there is no ChampionsLeague. And just at County Ground. But I will score goals