Sheffield United The chairman Kevin McCabe has asked supporters not to protest against manager Bryan Robson during Sunday's televised FA Cup match with Manchester City. Robson has come under pressure in recent weeks as the Blades languish in 14th position, nine points off the play-offs. "We have a worldwide audience on Sunday and I want to see a united United," McCabe said. "Bryan has a strong CV that shows promotions and cup finals. We need to give him time to turn the corner. If he can't there will be a change, but I don't want that."
Norwich City The Canaries striker Darren Huckerby could return to full training next week after recovering from a hip injury.
Plymouth Argyle The club have signed Exeter City's Jamie Mackie for £145,000. The striker has scored 14 goals for the Blue Square Premier side this season and was named Player of the Month for December. Hungarian international Gyorgy Sandor has also joined the Pilgrims, on a loan move from Upjest until the end of the season. "I like to defend and I like to attack," the 23-year-old said.
Coventry City The club could complete the signing of Walsall defender Dan Fox today. "He is the complete player," Saddlers manager Richard Money said of the 21-year-old. The Sky Blues had a bid accepted earlier this week and hope to agree personal terms with the player.
Ipswich Town Jim Magilton remains hopeful of signing the Plymouth midfielder David Norris, despite having two bids turned down.
Leeds United The Bristol City striker Enoch Showunmi could complete a move to Elland Road today. United manager Dennis Wise has also handed trials to former Barnsley defender Dominik Werling, the Trindad and Tobago international Cornell Glen and Latvian international defender Oskars Klava.
Gillingham The striker Luke Freeman is close to completing a move to Arsenal. "They are a fantastic club and I know they are the right ones to take Luke on and make him into a Premier League player," Gills chairman Paul Scally said of the highly-rated 15-year-old.
Chesterfield Jamie Lowry has signed a two-year contract extention with the club. "I'm pleased I've been able to make an impact," the midfielder said. "I hope I continue to perform well and we push out of this division."
Millwall Coach Richard Shaw is looking forward to returning to former club Coventry City in tomorrow's FA Cup fourth round match. "I've a lot of memories of my time there," he said. "I'm looking forward to seeing old friends but hopefully we can go and get a result."Reuse content