When managing Middlesbrough in 1975, Jack Charlton proclaimed one of the club’s youngsters “the worst player he’d ever seen”. That player was a 15-year-old Australian called Craig Johnston.
The two out-of-form strikers came into a depleted Hull side hit by illness to give them a place in the fourth round draw
A look ahead to the FA Cup third round fixture at the Riverside Stadium
Rantie’s career began after he answered a talent-spotting advertisement on the internet
Life beyond the Premier League
Pain of national team failure still hurts high-flying Derby manager but, he tells Richard Rae, it was part of a learning process
Dan Petrescu appears to have ruled himself out of the running
Karanka was yesterday announced as their new manager and immediately given the task of returning the club to the top flight of English football
Elsewhere there was comprehensive win for Watford while Manchester United youngster Jesse Lingard score four goals on his debut after loan move to Birmingham
Some fans had called for Lomas to be sacked before crucial win at The Valley
Accepting criticism is all in the game, Sunderland winger tells team-mates
One of the more eye-catching deals signed before the new football season involved Ryan Giggs and Gary Neville.
Kamil Zayette had put Wednesday ahead but Leeds maintain unbeaten start
Rovers have only one point to show from their first two matches
City's new boss hasn't been pleased with the eight goals conceded in three games and is set to make a £20m-plus offer for Pepe despite having already spent £90m on new signings
29-year-old is hopeful that a move to the Hammers will reignite his England chances ahead of next year's World Cup after Reds take a significant hit on the player they signed for £20m two years ago