Sporting Digest: Football

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BRISTOL CITY have declared a profit of pounds 527,000 for last year after income rose over the pounds 2.5m mark for the first time. Oliver Newland, the First Division club's financial director, said: 'We have invested in players and facilities and still made a hefty profit and increased turnover.'

FA YOUTH CUP Second-round draw: Middlesbrough v Oldham v Hull; Newcastle or Burnley v Leeds; Bradford City or Barnsley v Manchester United; Crewe v Tranmere or Huddersfield; York v Blackburn; Doncaster or Lincoln v Manchester City; Everton v Blackpool or Grimsby; Rotherham v Scunthorpe or Sunderland; Sheffield United v Liverpool; Ipswich v Queen's Park Rangers; Tottenham v Stoke; West Bromwich v Cambridge City or Leighton; West Ham v Leyton Orient; Watford v Aston Villa; Birmingham v Kidderminster or Peterborough; Walsall or Port Vale v Southend; Chelsea v Norwich; Nottingham Forest v Stratford or Nuneaton; Notts County v Luton or Derby; Colchester v Arsenal; Southampton or Bournemouth v Wimbledon; Torquay v Boreham Wood or Enfield; Croydon Athletic or Epsom and Ewell v Sutton United or Wycombe; Reading or Charlton v Bristol City; Gillingham v Swindon; Dulwich Hamlet or East Thurrock v Crystal Palace; Cardiff v Harefield or St Albans; Kingstonian or Welling v Portsmouth or Bashley; Brighton or Fulham v Havant or Wokingham; Brentford v Exeter; Plymouth v Millwall. (Ties to be played before 11 December).

TRANSFERS: Neil Emblen and Michael Harle, defenders, Sittingbourne to Millwall ( pounds 200,000 joint fee); Graeme Ferguson, defender, Aberdeen to Clydebank ( pounds 15,000).

GERMAN BUNDESLIGA: Borussia Moenchengladbach 2 Hamburg 2; Kaiserslautern 4 Wattenscheid 1; Schalke 3 Leipzig 1.

THURSDAY'S LATE RESULTS: Friendly match (Santiago): Colo Colo (Chile) 3 Australia 2. South American Super Cup semi-final first leg: Flamengo (Bra) 2 Nacional (Urug) 1.