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

Colchester confirm Joe Dunne as new permanent manager

Colchester have confirmed Joe Dunne as the club's permanent manager following the dismissal of John Ward last weekend.

Gibson: a housemate of John Charles at Leeds, later a hero at Scunthorpe

Archie Gibson: Tenacious midfielder for Leeds United

While Billy Bremner was the most iconic figure in the rise of Leeds United under Don Revie, the template for the diminutive, waspish Scottish midfield player at Elland Road was established by Archie Gibson, his predecessor in the old right-half role.

Southampton’s Jos Hooiveld celebrates his goal against Coventry

Adkins advocates evolution not revolution at Southampton

Saints manager says club must recruit – but not at the expense of the values that earned promotion

Nigel Adkins is sure his Southampton side will be back in the top flight soon

Lambert's good deeds put Saints close to heaven

Southampton can move six points clear at the top of the Championship if they beat Bristol City at St Mary's tonight, cementing their status as favourites to regain the Premier League place they lost in 2005.

FA Cup round-up: Stourbridge pour on the pain for Argyle

Stourbridge heaped more misery on impoverished Plymouth Argyle last night, embarrassing the south coast side 2-0 in their FA Cup first-round replay to reach the second round for the first time in their history.

Sammy Ameobi retweeted the offensive comment

Sammy Ameobi signs new Newcastle deal

Sammy Ameobi has signed a new three-and-a-half-year deal with Newcastle.

Chris Powell: Yes, I'm the ultimate window shopper

No one did more deals in the summer transfer season than Charlton's manager

Paolo Di Canio in bizarre on-field bust-up with own striker

Swindon will today investigate the circumstances surrounding an extraordinary on-field bust-up between manager Paolo Di Canio and striker Leon Clarke at the end of their Carling Cup defeat to Southampton at the County Ground last night.

Ameobi saves Newcastle's blushes

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Pardew: Cup is our target this season

Alan Pardew will target cup glory this season as he attempts to end Newcastle's 42-year trophy drought. Pardew knows the Premier League title is only a dream for a club like his as it continues its recovery from a humiliating relegation two years ago and tries to re-establish itself as a top-flight fixture.

Newcastle prepare for frenetic transfer activity

Newcastle boss Alan Pardew is preparing for tense conclusion to the summer transfer window after finding his club embroiled in a series of rows.

Jon Walters extends contract at Stoke

Jon Walters has been rewarded for an impressive first year at Stoke with a 12-month contract extension which keeps him at the Britannia Stadium until the summer of 2015.

Charlton report Newcastle over Rob Elliot approach

Charlton have reported Newcastle to the Premier League after rejecting their offer for goalkeeper Rob Elliot.

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Nick Szczepanik looks at the season ahead in the English second tier
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