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Manchester United boss David Moyes expects a "mixed" reception when he manages against his former club Everton for the first time on Wednesday.
Hibernian manager Terry Butcher reveals defender James McPake will undergo surgery on a recurring back injury.
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Zahir Belounis, the footballer who was 'trapped' in Qatar for two years following a dispute over wages, thanks Arsene Wenger for supporting his release.
Rotherham manager Steve Evans will not be moving to Sheffield Wednesday, according to Millers chairman Tony Stewart.
The sacking of seven managers in eight days may sound shocking, but is it just "part and parcel" of the game?
Chairman Jed McCrory leaves Swindon Town after director of football Lee Power is announced as the new owner.
England will be hoping to avoid a late World Cup draw switch after being put in an unseeded pot of European nations.
Queens Park Rangers plan to complete the signing of Israel captain Yossi Benayoun on an 18-month deal.
New Crawley Town manager John Gregory tells BBC South East Today that he wants to return the "spark" to the League One side.
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho says his team needs to develop a stronger mental attitude to win the Premier League title.
The sacking of seven managers in the Premier and Football League in the past week is disappointing, says Cardiff boss Malky Mackay
Manchester City's Vincent Kompany could be set for a return against West Brom after being selected in the City squad.
New Bristol City manager Steve Cotterill tells BBC Points West that he wants to steer the Robins to League One safety and help them reach their long-term ambitions.
Crawley Town appoint ex-Aston Villa boss John Gregory, who last managed in England in 2007, as their new manager.
Cardiff City hand an extended contract to 18-year-old Wales international defender Declan John.
Portsmouth get permission to speak to Oxford United boss Chris Wilder about the vacant manager's job at Fratton Park.
How Gareth Bale went from being parodied on his arrival in Madrid to heralded following his world record transfer
Many people will remember David Healy for his winning goal against England in a World Cup qualifier in 2005.
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