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The Premier League engages corporate intelligence experts for takeovers
McDermott had reportedly been sacked on Friday only to be informed that the proposed new owners of Leeds had no right to do so
The terms of a buy-out were agreed last year
Sir Alex Ferguson said he is enjoying watching Manchester United from the stands this season and suggested he would continue to do so despite critics urging him to stay away for the sake of the team.
The former Aston Villa midfielder and Germany international has reignited the debate about homophobia in the game
All of the morning's leading transfer stories in one place
The Yorkshire club are soon to be taken over once more
Neil Warnock once joked if he ever became Sheffield Wednesday manager he would do his best to get them relegated, instead he may become the man tasked with keeping the Championship club up.
The romance of the cup, it transpired, was limited to a good old-fashioned away following of 6,000. For Leeds there was no shame, and a reminder, in such sizeable numbers, of what the club once was.
A look ahead to tonight’s Capital One Cup fixture at St. James’ Park
But Martin O'Neill remains the clear favourite to succeed Giovanni Trapattoni as Republic's manager
Former Reading manager was among favourites to replace Giovanni Trapattoni
The Dutchman takes over at Royal Antwerp
Five minutes is all it took for realism to reign at the KC Stadium. Steve Bruce had been talking about one of the strangest days in Championship history with pride and gusto before his attitude changed – and a new focus on the task in hand came to the fore.
Having taken Norwich City into the Premier League two years ago, Paul Lambert did nothing to help keep them there as his Aston Villa side earned the three points that should be enough to ensure their own survival.
The US international footballer immediately retired after he revealed he was gay