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Goals from Ryan Flynn and John Brayford give the League One side victory

Wayne Rooney could be a Manchester United god according to former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher

The Sky pundit claims Rooney needs to sign a new contract and ensure his name is mentioned in the same breath as Sir Bobby Charlton, George Best, Ryan Giggs and Eric Cantona

Wayne Rooney is delighted with his own form but wouldn't reveal if he is happy as a United player

Manchester United 4 Bayer Leverkusen 2: Wayne Rooney rebuffs questions on pursuit of switch to Chelsea after man of the match performance in Champions League

200 goals for Manchester United, but how many more? Wayne Rooney shoots down Bayer Leverkusen, but refuses to confirm he is now happy at the club

Jonjo Shelvey celebrates his goal

Jonjo Shelvey praised for showing courage in adversity amid bizarre 2-2 draw between Swansea and Liverpool

The England midfielder played a role in all four goals

Trainer Roger Charlton has chosen Longchamp over Ascot

Al Kazeem team swayed in favour of Arc challenge

Al Kazeem is set to ensure there is a credible British challenge in the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe at Longchamp on 6 October after connections, unfazed by an impressive set of trials at the Paris course over the weekend, today decided to travel to France rather than wait for the Champion Stakes at Ascot 13 days later.

Wilf Carter: Striker who led Plymouth’s late-1950s rise

Wilf Carter was Plymouth Argyle’s sharpshooter-in-chief for six seasons early in the second half of the 20th century, his goals a key factor in the Pilgrims lifting the first championship of the newly constituted Third Division in 1958-59.

Jordan Rhodes scores the first of his two goals on Saturday

Mover and shaker Harry Redknapp ready for another day at sales

Queen’s Park Rangers manager looking for players to strengthen promotion aspirations

Lee Clark

Birmingham manager furious with Yeovil - despite being given 'free goal' in Capital One Cup tie

Lee Clark makes complaint after Yeovil score 'unsporting' goal to take tie to extra-time

The O Zone: Even lunch tastes better after our flying start

Behind the scenes at Leyton Orient

Football round-up: Paul Dickov angry with ref over 'shambolic' call-off

Charlton's match against Doncaster at The Valley was abandoned at half-time yesterday after heavy rain in south-east London left the pitch unplayable.

Championship round-up: Tom Barkhuizen's goal puts Blackpool top on goal difference

Leicester City and Queens Park Rangers also win

Darren Bent has joined Fulham on a season-long loan

Transfer news: Aston Villa striker Darren Bent joins Fulham on a season-long loan - and Sascha Riether signs new contract

England international passed a medical with the west London club and will join them with a view to a permanent deal

Gary Bowyer

Gary Bowyer eager for Blackburn to claim first victory of the season

Rovers have only one point to show from their first two matches

Colin McAdam: Fearless striker for Rangers

Colin McAdam’s aggressive, barrelling style and long, shaggy hair led to his being branded “The Beast” by followers of Rangers, with whom the 6ft 1in, 13st Glaswegian achieved the highest profile in a Scottish League career spanning nearly 20 years.

Scott Parker

Transfer news: Harry Redknapp hopeful that QPR will complete signing of Tottenham midfielder Scott Parker by the end of this week

Former Spurs boss wants to link up with the 32-year-old once again as he attempts to lead the west London club back to the Premier League at the first time of asking

Troy Deeney scored a hat-trick for Watford

Watford 6 Bournemouth 1 match report: Troy Deeney hat-trick send Hornets top of the league

Striker was in jail last year but now he’s helping club escape Championship

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