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Dean Richards, Wolves' pounds 4m-rated central defender, has returned to full training for the first time in almost 12 months. The 23-year-old has been sidelined by a knee injury since January but is likely to be back in first-team action for the Christmas and New Year programme.

Luton Town's former chief coach, Wayne Turner, has walked out of the Second Division side, after turning down alternative employment with the club, who last week demoted him from the position he had held for two years.

Irving Korn has conceded defeat in his battle to stay as Nottingham Forest chairman. Korn was last week asked to resign by the club's new owners but initially said he would not go unless he was sacked. However, at a routine meeting of the Forest board he bowed to the new owners' request but will continue as a director.

Shamo Quaye, who played for Sweden's UMEA FC club and was a member of the national team that won Ghana a bronze medal at the Barcelona Olympics, has died after being hit in the face by a ball. The force of the hit to Quaye's face apparently caused swelling that blocked veins in his neck and cut off blood supply to the brain. He was 26 years old.

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