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Darius Henderson celebrates his last minute winner against Blackburn

Blackburn 0 Nottingham Forest 1 match report: Last gasp winner from Darius Henderson gives Forest rare back-to-back victories

Only the second time Forest have won at Ewood Park in 36 years

The Sport Matrix: Monday 5 August 2013

Prior: Players left frustrated by DRS inaccuracies

Derby’s Jamie Ward, left, challenges Scott Dann, right, of Blackburn

Derby County 1 Blackburn Rovers 1 match report: Leon Best bounces back to rescue Gary Bowyer’s debut

While Nigel Clough is now the Championship’s longest-serving manager, Gary Bowyer was the fifth used last season alone by Blackburn Rovers, upheaval which would doubtless provoke convulsions from Derby’s board.

Derby County 1 Blackburn Rovers 1: Leon Best rescues point for Rovers

Substitute Leon Best rescued a late point for Blackburn and denied Derby a winning start to the new Sky Bet Championship campaign.

Gary MacKenzie

Doncaster 1 Blackpool 3 match report: Two goals in closing stages gives Seasiders late victory

Gary MacKenzie and Tom Ince give Blackpool victory after Rob Jones had cancelled out Steven Davies' opener

Charlie Austin

QPR delighted to have signed 'out-and-out goalscorer' Charlie Austin from Burnley

Harry Redknapp expects striker to raise his game at Loftus Road

<b>Delia Smith - Norwich City</b>
<br/>Delia Smith is now just as famous for her rallying cries during Norwich City home games than for being a TV chef. Smith is the majority shareholder at the Norfolk club and famously issued the rallying cry 'Come on, let's be 'avin' you' and 'We need a 12th man! Where are you?'

One Direction star Louis Tomlinson and other famous football fans including Michael Jackson, Prince George and Usain Bolt

In the wake of the boy band star's contract signing with Doncaster, we take a look at other well-known names to have expressed their support for a certain club

Manuel Pellegrini

Former Manchester City striker Roque Santa Cruz backs Manuel Pellegrini to be success

The Chilean has joined as Roberto Mancini's replacement

Phil Jones

Phil Jones insists he is 'happy' at Manchester United despite utility role

The 21-year-old wants to be a centre-back

Neil Lennon is at the centre of celebrations after Celtic clinch the title

Champions League: Celtic will play either Elfsborg or Daugava Daugavpils in qualifier

A trip to Sweden or Latvia awaits the Scottish champions

Michael Essien was introduced to local press by Jose Mourinho as 'my son'

Jose Mourinho is my 'daddy', says returning Chelsea midfielder Michael Essien

Ghana midfielder is back  n the fold at Chelsea  and claims his injury problems are behind him

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