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A look ahead to this weekend’s FA Cup fourth round match at Spotland Stadium

Police identify Sheffield Wednesday goalkeeper attacker

A hooligan who ran on to the pitch and assaulted a goalkeeper during a Championship football match last night has been identified by police.

Sheffield Wednesday striker Jay Bothroyd scored the opener

Dave Jones: Ban Leeds fans after attack on Chris Kirkland

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The sporting week ahead (14/10/12)

Today

The Leppings Lane end at Hillsborough as the full scale of the April 1989 disaster begins to sink in

Pressure grows on insurer over Hillsborough

Critics say RSA should be compelled to hand over documents relating to stadium disaster

Hull manager Steve Bruce

Championship preview: Hull could encounter more problems at Sheffield Wednesday

Steve Bruce hasn't been short of plaudits since he returned to management at Hull with national media pundits lining up to laud his achievements in bouncing back from an unceremonious exit at Sunderland. The only problem was, the season was only six games old.

Pitch protest: The scene last Sunday at Anfield as mosaics are formed by Liverpool fans spelling out 'The Truth', '96' and 'Justice' at the Premier League match with Manchester United

Top Hillsborough officer Sir Norman Bettison to quit in wake of inflammatory remarks

After recent report, chief still said fans had made policing 'harder than it needed to be'

David Moyes watches his Everton team`

Premier League: Everton v Southampton match preview

A look ahead to this weekend's Premier League fixture at Goodison Park

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It looks certain that Fulham's attacking midfielder <b>Clint Dempsey</b> will be leaving Craven Cottage before the transfer window shuts, after being left out of Fulham's opening two games, and Arsenal are one of the favourites to sign the American.

Fulham desperate for transfer window to close as Clint Dempsey saga continues and Moussa Dembele heads for exit

Fulham boss Martin Jol concedes the closure of the transfer window on Friday night cannot come quick enough.

The arrival of Dembélé could soften the blow of losing Modric

Spurs signal their intentions by agreeing fee to bring in Dembélé

Tottenham Hotspur hope to sign Fulham midfielder Moussa Dembélé in the next 24 hours having beaten Manchester United and others to the player in a deal worth around £15m.

John Sheridan celebrates with the 2012 Johnstone's Paint trophy

John Sheridan sacked by Chesterfield following slow start

John Sheridan has been sacked as manager of npower League Two side Chesterfield.

Championship round-up: Kermorgrant on target against his former club

Yann Kermorgrant, the former Leicester City striker, scored against his former club to help newly-promoted Charlton Athletic to a 2-1 win at The Valley.

Comeback kid: Watford striker Matej Vydra celebrates his late winner

League round-up: Zola eyes promotion after win

Matej Vydra scored an injury-time winner as Watford came from behind to beat Crystal Palace 3-2 at Selhurst Park, in Gianfranco Zola's first league game in charge.

Pippo Inzaghi celebrates scoring against Novaro

Former AC Milan striker Filippo Inzaghi will not be joining Reading says manager Brian McDermott

Reading manager Brian McDermott has dismissed speculation linking the Premier League new boys with a move for former AC Milan striker Filippo Inzaghi.

Terry Burton (left) is highly regarded as a coach

Arsenal go for former Wimbledon manager Terry Burton as manager of reserves

The former Wimbledon manager Terry Burton is the favourite to be Arsenal's new reserve-team manager, after a re-shuffle following the retirement of Pat Rice at the end of last season.

Bolton manager Owen Coyle shouts instructions to his players

Bolton face opening match against Burnley on return to Championship

Relegated Bolton and their manager Owen Coyle face a hostile baptism on their return to the npower Championship after being handed an opening-day trip to Burnley.

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Crowdfunded novel nominated for Booker Prize

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