Loic Remy

Transfer Talk: Joleon Lescott to Aston Villa; Danny Graham to Reading; Loic Remy to Newcastle

The Independent's Martin Hardy analyses today's January transfer window stories and separates the reality from the rumour

David Meyler

Sunderland midfielder David Meyler in talks with Hull over possible transfer

The two clubs have agreed a fee for the 23-year-old Republic of Ireland international

Abdoulaye Faye header takes Steve Bruce’s buoyant Hull up to second

Derby County 1 Hull City 2

Martin O'Neill

Martin O'Neill insists replacing him at Sunderland is a bad idea

Black Cats play Reading this week desperate for a win

Stand by me: Martin O’Neill’s Sunderland have just one win in the past 17 games. He says improvement ‘will be slow’

Martin O'Neill remains confident despite Sunderland struggles

Ulsterman nearing a year in charge at the Stadium of Light

Crystal Palace manager Ian Holloway

Crystal Palace manager Ian Holloway bemoans Championship fixture 'madness'

Palace held to draw in midweek

Harry Redknapp started as QPR manager with a goalless draw

Harry Redknapp the results man brings ideas to rescue QPR, says Ryan Nelsen

Redknapp claims to have seen enough to believe QPR can survive

Redknapp given a hint of the size of task facing him on his comeback

"Keep them in there!" There were hand gestures to point to the corner of the pitch. "In there!" near the Sunderland goal shouted Harry Redknapp.

Brother bother: Eniola Aluko (left) helped Sone to leave financially stricken Rangers with her first class law degree

A family united but heading in different directions

Eniola Aluko plays for England while sibling Sone represents Nigeria, but big sister was still on hand to help her little brother get out of Glasgow

Fulham manager Martin Jol bemoans Brede Hangeland's absence due to suspension

Hangeland will be joined on the sidelines by a number of other key players

Asamoah Gyan is currently on loan

Asamoah Gyan edges closer to Sunderland exit

Sunderland striker Asamoah Gyan's long-term future could become clearer later this week.

Paul Lambert: Norwich accept he is set to leave the club to become Aston Villa's manager

Norwich resigned to loss of Lambert

Norwich City finally conceded defeat in their battle with Paul Lambert yesterday and are ready to begin the search for his replacement.

Norwich reassure fans as Paul Lambert zeros in on Aston Villa manager job

Norwich maintain they are not about to let the club fall apart after manager Paul Lambert offered his resignation ahead of an anticipated switch to Aston Villa.

<b>May 8 - Nick Barmby (Hull City)</b><br/>
After rumblings concerning the future of the former England international, it was finally confirmed that Barmby had been sacked. The 38-year-old had only been in charge for six months, winning 13 of his 33 game tenure, but it was his comments to the media about the club's finances that angered the Tigers hierarchy.

Nick Barmby fails in appeal over Hull sacking

Nick Barmby has lost his appeal against the decision to sack him as Hull manager

Asamoah Gyan is currently on loan

Sunderland striker Asamoah Gyan says future could lie 'anywhere'

Asamoah Gyan has cast doubt over his future by admitting it could lie "anywhere".

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