Micky Adams has returned as manager of Port Vale, it was announced today.
BBC presenter John Inverdale is in for a tense day as his beloved Lincoln face the prospect of becoming a 'non' club
Jim Gannon has parted company with Port Vale after just three months and 15 games in charge at Vale Park.
Derby have signed Millwall striker Theo Robinson on loan until the end of the season.
Fulham manager Mark Hughes is closing in on PSV Eindhoven's Mexico international left-back Carlos Salcido.
Kevin Costner is actually big in Turkey, and he's the latest to reorient his career with a foreign revival
By common consent, Ray Wilson is England's most accomplished left-back of the last half-century. But there was a time, a couple of seasons before he cemented his lasting pre-eminence through his peerless displays for the 1966 World Cup-winning team, that Wilson looked to have a serious rival for his place in Alf Ramsey's yet-to-be-settled combination.
Sheffield Wednesday have handed Francis Jeffers a maximum club fine and placed him on the transfer list following his dismissal in the Carling Cup second-round defeat to Port Vale. Jeffers was shown a straight red card in the 37th minute for appearing to headbutt and punch Vale captain Tommy Fraser.