Tranmere boss Micky Mellon refuses to be seduced by the tantalising prospect of facing Manchester United in the FA Cup, urging his side to focus on the sizeable challenge of Watford.
Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe admitted Callum Wilson “needed that” after the striker finally ended his goal drought.
Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti wants striker Moise Kean to improve technically and tactically but believes the teenager is heading in the right direction.
Aston Villa have named Eniola Aluko as their first sporting director for women’s football.
Midfielder James McCarthy made no excuses after Crystal Palace lost 2-0 to Southampton on Tuesday night.
England manager Gareth Southgate suffered another worrying blow on Tuesday evening when Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham limped off against Arsenal with an ankle injury.
Today’s rumours, gossip and social media round-up from around the web
Frank Lampard believes Chelsea can cope without Tammy Abraham after the talisman striker suffered an ankle injury scare in the 2-2 draw with 10-man Arsenal.
Chris Wilder has backed Dean Henderson to go to Euro 2020 with England and revealed Sheffield United have already held talks about extending his loan from Manchester United into a third season.
Pep Guardiola welcomed the return of Aymeric Laporte after Manchester City edged a tough contest against Sheffield United 1-0 at Bramall Lane.
Barnsley manager Gerhard Struber has admitted reports defender Bambo Diaby had allegedly failed a drug test were distracting for his players ahead of the 3-0 defeat to Preston.
Frank Lampard insists Chelsea have the firepower to cope if England hitman Tammy Abraham’s ankle problem keeps him sidelined for several weeks.
Schoolchildren’s drawings replaced the players on Everton’s team sheet for the club’s 2-2 draw against Newcastle.
Preston boss Alex Neil praised his side’s performance after they climbed up to sixth place in the Sky Bet Championship table following a comfortable 3-0 win at struggling Barnsley.
Southampton boss Ralph Hasenhuttl praised the reaction of his players as they responded to Saturday’s collapse at home against Wolves by beating Crystal Palace 2-0 at Selhurst Park.
Jonathan Woodgate sought to downplay the touchline fracas that blighted the closing stages of Middlesbrough’s 1-1 draw with Birmingham City.
Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti tried to put a brave face on his side’s added-time collapse in the 2-2 draw at home to Newcastle by pointing out he lost a Champions League final from 3-0 up.
Boss Dean Smith has thrown down the survival gauntlet to Aston Villa after their last-gasp win over Watford.
Eddie Howe saluted a huge win for Bournemouth and admitted he is “desperate” to keep them in the Premier League.
Nick Pope is looking to establish himself as England’s number one goalkeeper, according to Burnley boss Sean Dyche.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has defended himself against accusations he put his own interests ahead of Marcus Rashford’s following the striker’s injury setback.
Wilfred Ndidi has been hailed as “a machine” by Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers who claims the midfielder’s astonishing recovery from knee surgery is due to “genetics”.
Jose Mourinho has reiterated that Tottenham will not make any knee-jerk signings this January.
Hector Bellerin earned 10-man Arsenal a 2-2 Premier League draw at Chelsea as the red-carded David Luiz endured a wretched Stamford Bridge return.
Preston climbed into the Championship play-off places following a comfortable 3-0 win at struggling Barnsley.
Ashley Fletcher’s late equaliser enabled Middlesbrough to extend their unbeaten home run to eight Sky Bet Championship games as they claimed a 1-1 draw with Birmingham.
Tyrone Mings’ last-gasp winner lifted Aston Villa out of the relegation zone and ended Watford’s recent revival in dramatic style.
Substitute Florian Lejeune scored twice in added time as Newcastle snatched the unlikeliest of 2-2 draws at Everton to spoil Moise Kean’s celebrations after his first goal for the club.
Manchester City needed to call on Sergio Aguero to see off a spirited Sheffield United side 1-0 as Aymeric Laporte made his long-awaited return to action at Bramall Lane.
Bournemouth eased some of the pressure on manager Eddie Howe with a crucial 3-1 win over Brighton.