Sport The gates at Glanford Park, home of Scunthorpe United

Knill collided with a squirrel which sent him flying of his bicycle and a fan has asked the club if fans will face a ban for wearing squirrel costumes ahead of his return ti the club with League Two rivals Torquay

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Brian Laws sacked by Scunthorpe following FA Cup defeat to Grimsby

The manager was in his third spell at the club

FA Cup: Tamworth play host to Bristol City

Conference side Tamworth have been rewarded for beating Cheltenham with a home tie against League One Bristol City in the second round of the FA Cup. Swindon’s conquerors Macclesfield will play the winners of the Gillingham and Brackley replay, while Conference South side Dover Athletic travel to MK Dons.

The Crawley Town manager Richie Barker is just 38 but has a catalogue of qualifications

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It is often said a manager learns more in the bad times than the good, in which case Crawley Town’s Richie Barker is currently receiving a fast-track education.

Hopefully Tomlinson will do better than during his last match

One Direction star Louis Tomlinson pulls out of Doncaster Rovers debut due to injury picked up in Gabriel Agbonlahor tackle

The singer will still be on the bench for the match and has apologised to fans who were going to the reserves match against Scunthorpe tomorrow

Hopefully Tomlinson will do better than during his last match

One Direction star Louis Tomlinson to don number 28 shirt in Doncaster Rovers debut

Pop star Louis Tomlinson is to fulfil a lifelong dream this month when he plays for Doncaster Rovers.

Dwight Gayle celebrates scoring against Sunderland last weekend

Life Beyond the Premier League: Football League's supply line blocked by elite's need for 'ready-made goods'

Let us start with a question: what do Sudbury Court, Edgware Town, Dulwich Hamlet, Tow Law Town and Wealdstone have in common? The answer, explains David Pleat, the former Luton Town and Tottenham Hotspur manager, is that each helped launch the career of a one-time England footballer – namely, John Barnes, Brian Stein, Ian Wright, Chris Waddle, and Stuart Pearce respectively.

Gary Hooper in action for his former club Celtic

Norwich striker Gary Hooper now targeting place in England squad

The 25-year-old has moved to the Premier League from Celtic

Gary Hooper in action for his former club Celtic

Transfer news: Norwich confirm signing of striker Gary Hooper on a three-year-deal

Hooper joins the Canaries from Celtic for an undisclosed fee and becomes their seventh signing of the summer so far

Gary Hooper

Transfer news: QPR make improved £4.5m bid for Celtic striker Gary Hooper

The relegated side are desperate to bounce straight back to the Premier League

English rovers: Ian Baraclough (pictured) and Gary Stevens are taking great strides at Sligo’s Showgrounds

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The Irish champions enter the Champions' League this week with a very rare claim to fame: English management

Phil Neville was part of the England under-21s coaching staff in Israel

Everton manager Roberto Martinez ready to offer Phil Neville quick route back to Goodison Park

The 36-year-old will be offered a coaching role

Tai Woffinden goes into today’s British Grand Prix riding high

Speedway: World hopeful Tai Woffinden on an upward slide

Tai Woffinden may be only 22 but he goes into the British Speedway Grand Prix at the Millennium Stadium today with huge expectation riding on his shoulders.

Brian Laws: Scunthorpe's relegation has a horrible taste

Scunthorpe had their relegation to League Two confirmed, even though they beat sixth-placed Swindon 3-1.

Arsenal v Reading preview: Ex-Gunner goalkeeper Stuart Taylor looks forward to frustrating his former club at the Emirates

Former Arsenal goalkeeper Stuart Taylor is hoping to get the chance to shut-out his old team when Reading continue their relegation fight at the Emirates Stadium tomorrow.

Nigel Adkins (left) with owner Anton Zingarevich. Zingarevich expects him to be more successful in the transfer market than Brian McDermott

Does the appointment of Nigel Adkins suggest Reading are already planning for relegation?

Former Southampton manager faces relegation fight but club may already be planning for the worst

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