Callum Robinson has recovered from injury in time for Sheffield United’s home game against Leicester.
Georges-Kevin Nkoudou has left Tottenham to join Turkish club Besiktas for an undisclosed fee.
Ravel Morrison is ready to make his first Premier League appearance in five years, according to Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder.
Hamilton boss Brian Rice says international recognition for Lewis Smith and Jamie Hamilton is a huge boost for the club.
Former Sunderland midfieder Lee Cattermole has signed a one-year deal with Dutch club VVV-Venlo.
Hearts boss Craig Levein fears the “madness” football managers face is growing worse.
Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder sees little chance of a long-term social media boycott in football but admits action must be taken over online abuse.
Bolton have accepted manager Phil Parkinson’s resignation, confirming his departure amid the ongoing financial turmoil at the Lancashire club.
Jack Butland has not done his hopes of a return to the Premier League much good after making two costly errors in Stoke’s Championship defeat at Preston.
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Scott Parker said his Fulham side’s comprehensive 4-0 defeat of Millwall was their reward for the work done in pre-season on and off the pitch.
Stoke boss Nathan Jones suggested speculation around Jack Butland is affecting his goalkeeper after he made two costly mistakes in their 3-1 Sky Bet Championship defeat at Preston.
Mark Hudson insists he still wants to succeed Jan Siewert as Huddersfield manager on a permanent basis despite his return to Cardiff turning into a nightmare.
Marcelo Bielsa refused to take credit for his substitutions after Eddie Nketiah and Helder Costa inspired Leeds to a 1-0 victory over Brentford at Elland Road.
Swansea boss Steve Cooper refused to get carried away after his side won 3-1 at QPR to continue their excellent start to the season.
Wales manager Ryan Giggs says Manchester United winger Daniel James is no diver and needs extra protection from referees.
Lyle Taylor’s fourth goal in as many games was not enough for a Charlton victory as a late Albert Adomah equaliser earned Nottingham Forest a point from a 1-1 draw.
Kenneth Zohore’s late penalty rescued a point for West Brom after Reading’s Ovie Ejaria went from hero to zero.
Stoke paid the price for two mistakes by goalkeeper Jack Butland as dominant Preston secured their second Sky Bet Championship win of the season with a 3-1 victory over the division’s bottom side.
Junior Hoilett snatched a late winner for Cardiff as Huddersfield slipped to a 2-1 defeat in their first match since sacking manager Jan Siewert.