Dave Jones replaces Gary Megson

Sheffield Wednesday appoint Dave Jones as manager

Sheffield Wednesday have appointed Dave Jones as their new manager.

Portsmouth go into administration for a second time

Portsmouth may not be able to complete season say administrators

Portsmouth administrator Trevor Birch has today revealed the club may not be able to complete the npower Championship season.

Birmingham's Chris Hughton will be pleased with his two loan signings

Birmingham strengthen squad for promotion bid

Birmingham City have bolstered their Championship promotion push with the twin signings of Peter Ramage and Caleb Folan. Versatile 28-year-old defender Ramage has joined on loan from Queen's Park Rangers until the end of the season, having spent the first half of the campaign with Crystal Palace, making 23 appearances.

Enjoying my first visit to Elland Road as the new Leeds manager
Pub landlady Karen Murphy said she could not afford Sky’s charge of £700 a month to show matches

Pub 1, Sky 0: court rules landlady can show live football from foreign decoder

A pub landlady has won a legal battle to overturn her conviction for using foreign decoders to show Premier League football matches for customers.

No appeal in Richards row

Fulham have lost the latest round of their court battle to oust Premier League chairman Sir David Richards.

Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas reacts to a missed chance on Saturday while Frank Lampard looks on

Losing Terry for Napoli a 'massive blow' says coach

Andre Villas-Boas has admitted that his captain, John Terry, would be "a massive loss" if he did not recover full fitness for Chelsea's Champions' League game at Napoli tomorrow night. As the tie will have considerable bearing on the young manager's employment prospects, he would feel Terry's absence all the more. Nor can he have been given any great confidence by the manner in which two expensive centre-halves, Gary Cahill and David Luiz, were troubled by a Championship team's reserve strikers on Saturday as Birmingham City earned a deserved FA Cup replay.

Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas reacts to a missed chance on Saturday while Frank Lampard looks on

AVB: Losing Terry for Napoli game would be a massive blow

Chelsea 1 Birmingham 1: Chelsea defence exposed by Championship opposition needs captain to recover fitness

Harry Redknapp, Spurs manager: 'In the long term it’s not possible to manage a club team and a national team'

England talk will not distract Tottenham insists Harry Redknapp

Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp insists talk of him becoming the next England manager will not distract him or his players from their tilt at the Barclays Premier League title.

Portsmouth prepare for 10-point administration penalty

Portsmouth are set to go into administration for the second time in two years leaving the club facing a 10-point penalty.

Portsmouth heading for administration

Portsmouth are facing a 10-point deduction after the club's advisors confirmed they are seeking to go into administration.

With his court case finally behind him, Peter Storrie can at last look for a new job

Peter Storrie: Forgotten man has his day in the sun

The other member of the Pompey Three has finally been declared innocent despite being acquitted last year – and the strain was hard to bear

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Named manager of the month for April and October before leaving Portsmouth in November after falling out with chairman Milan Mandaric (left). In a bizarre move Redknapp would join Pompey's great rivals Southampton just two weeks later.

Milan Mandaric backs Harry Redknapp for England

Milan Mandaric believes there is no better candidate to manage England than Harry Redknapp.

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Dutchman was quick to express his interest last night and his stock is high following a spell with Chelsea which ended with an FA Cup success. Has experience, having taken Netherlands, South Korea, Australia, Russia and Turkey to three World Cups and two European Championships, and won six league titles with PSV Eindhoven.

Guus Hiddink's 'personal relationship' with John Terry could scupper England chances says agent

Guus Hiddink's "strong personal relationship" with ousted captain John Terry could rule him out of contention to be the next England manager.

Redknapp's work at Spurs has been brilliantly constructive and at times sublime

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