The Premier League warned all of its clubs about fixture congestion over the festive period at the start of the season and none protested, the league has revealed.
Nigel Pearson has left Derby by mutual consent, the Sky Bet Championship club have announced.
Some foreign owners of Premier League clubs want to scrap relegation and promotion to the top flight, according to League Managers' Association chief executive Richard Bevan.
Birmingham have accused Aston Villa of “tapping up” Alex McLeish and intend to make a formal complaint against their local rivals.
West Ham have settled the claim for compensation from former manager Alan Curbishley.
Carlisle have rejected claims from the League Managers' Association that the club are trying to “avoid their legal liabilities” by insisting former manager John Ward resigned and was not dismissed.
Newcastle interim manager Joe Kinnear has pledged not to curb his tongue and admitted: "I didn't think there was so much hatred up here."
Alan Curbishley has blamed a "breach of trust and confidence" for his sudden departure from Upton Park today.
English managers were involved in original plans to play Premier League matches abroad, according to the former chief executive of the League Managers' Association.
The League Managers' Association will "seek clarification" over new Chelsea manager Avram Grant's coaching qualifications.
Arsene Wenger admits Alex Ferguson would get his vote as manager of the year.
Arsene Wenger and Alan Pardew could both face the possibility of a touchline ban after being charged with "improper conduct" by the Football Association in the wake of their bust-up at Upton Park.
THE FRAGILE peace between the biggest managerial protagonists in the Premiership will be tested to the limit tomorrow as the focus switches to a relationship which has dominated the spotlight already this season.
ARSENE WENGER last night maintained he did not feel he had anything to apologise to Jose Mourinho about — and reserved the right to consider legal action over claims from the Chelsea boss he was a “voyeur.”
THE FA is considering whether to bring the peace summit between Arsenal and Manchester United forward before the Carling Cup clash at Old Trafford in under three weeks' time.
Under-fire England coach Sven-Goran Eriksson will stumble into next Thursday's crucial FA board meeting knowing bookies' favourite Alan Curbishley has already been cleared to replace him.
TREVOR BROOKING yesterday found himself engulfed in controversy as he embarked on his first major task since being appointed as the Football Association’s director of football development.
LEEDS will allow Jody Morris to continue playing for the club pending the outcome of legal proceedings into a charge of rape.
The Football Association will not be rushed into finding a replacement for technical director Howard Wilkinson as they scour Europe for the right candidate.
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