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Wednesday fan group recommends takeover

Sheffield Wednesday's proposed takeover has edged a step closer after supporters' group Wednesdayite urged members to vote in favour of selling their shares.

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Don Hutchison of Luton Town in action last season

Luton stay 30 points in red as FA penalty appeal is thrown out

Wednesday, 16 July 2008

Luton Town will definitely begin life in League Two on minus 30 points next month after the Football Association yesterday rejected the club's appeal.

Don Hutchison of Luton Town in action last season

FA reject Luton appeal

Tuesday, 15 July 2008

Luton will definitely begin life in Coca-Cola League Two on minus 30 points next month after the Football Association rejected an appeal.

Sheffield United felt they were relegated unfairly after West Ham were found guilty of fielding the ineligible Tevez and fellow Argentina international Javier Mascherano

Blades compensation fight nears end

Friday, 11 July 2008

Sheffield United expect to learn the outcome of their claim against West Ham for compensation over the Carlos Tevez affair in September.

Norwich end Cullum talks

Friday, 11 July 2008

Norwich have broken off negotiations with billionaire Peter Cullum over a possible takeover of the Coca-Cola Championship club.

Don Hutchison of Luton Town in action last season

Anger after League's extra penalty puts Luton in 30-point hole

Friday, 11 July 2008

The new owners of Luton have criticised the Football League for "trying to push Luton Town out of existence" after being hit with a 20-point deduction for failing to agree a Company Voluntary Arrangement to repay the club's creditors.

Luton Town hit with points penalty

Thursday, 10 July 2008

Troubled Coca-Cola League Two side Luton will start the new season with a 30-point deduction.

Norwich set for takover talks

Tuesday, 8 July 2008

Businessman Peter Cullum has revealed Norwich have agreed to meet him to discuss his bid to take control of the club.

The new MK Dons manager Roberto Di Matteo (left) sits with the
chairman, Pete Winkelman, at his unveiling yesterday

Cool Di Matteo takes to Dons task with relish

Friday, 4 July 2008

Roberto Di Matteo has always come across as being as cool as Christmas so it was no surprise to hear him saying yesterday, on his first day in his new job, that he can handle the pressure of succeeding Paul Ince as manager of MK Dons.

Di Matteo takes charge at Dons

Thursday, 3 July 2008

MK Dons have confirmed the appointment of former Chelsea and Italy midfielder Roberto Di Matteo as their new manager.

Birmingham pair in no-show

Wednesday, 2 July 2008

Birmingham boss Alex McLeish has promised to "deal with the situation" after Olivier Kapo and Franck Queudrue failed to turn up to the club's first day back at training.

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