Sport Oguchi Onyewu scores Sheffield Wednesday's second goal in the FA Cup win over Rochdale

Caretaker manager is confirmed in a full-time role shortly after victory

Former Manchester United and England defender Brian Greenhoff has died aged 60

Former Manchester United and England defender Brian Greenhoff dies

Former Manchester United and England defender Brian Greenhoff has died aged 60. Greenhoff made 271 appearances for the club and won 18 caps for his country.

Former Manchester United and England defender Brian Greenhoff has died aged 60

Former Manchester United and England defender Brian Greenhoff has died aged 60

He made 271 appearances for United and earned 18 caps for his country

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Hidden horrors: Media coverage of the Oxford trial has focused unfairly on race and religion

The Oxford child sex abuse case shows how the media talks in stereotypes but misses the big picture

Muslim community activists are not given enough credit for challenging distorted notions of masculinity

Greater Manchester Police has more senior officers fighting child sexual exploitation than gun crime

Britain's second largest police force is deploying more senior officers to fight child sexual exploitation than it is against violent gun crime.

Leading labour MPs Ed Miliband and Ed Balls

Ed Miliband under pressure over Labour's spending plans for the 2015 election

Blairites want the party to tackle the perception that it is “soft” on benefit claimants

How inconvenient: Rochdale council scraps unisex loos at £50m offices

A council has been forced to scrap unisex loos at its new offices. Staff members were concerned to find mixed-sex lavatories when Rochdale Council moved part of its operations to £50m premises last week.

Police will not get called out to a third of missing persons cases in shake-up

Overhaul in wake of Rochdale sex ring aims to prevent children from falling prey to sexual abuse

Empty shops 'spin is letting down town centres'

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Bradford’s players celebrate their famous win

Bradford prepare to rival world's most unlikely cup winners

Shock success earns club £1m and chance to match Sri Lanka Navy as victors from fourth tier

Keith Hill

Keith Hill reappointed Rochdale manager

Hill established himself as the most successful manager in Dale's history

Phil Parkinson was sacked by both Hull City and Charlton

Capital One Cup semi-final: Wembley within reach for battling Bradford

Phil Parkinson's shrewd approach has breathed new life into club that could be first since '62 from fourth tier to head to Capital One Cup final

John Coleman, the Rochdale manager, has an innovative way to deal with disgruntled fans

Martin Hardy: John Coleman happy to tackle Rochdale fans’ criticism head on

Life Beyond The Premier League

Council reviews Knowl View school records as another man says he was abused by Cyril Smith there as a child

A council is reviewing its manual records of a former local authority school as another alleged victim of Sir Cyril Smith said today he was abused by him there in 1979.

Rise of the Rochdale diamonds

Grant Holt cost Rochdale £10,000 but he was so bad on his debut at Darlington, one team-mate asked the manager if he had kept the receipt.

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