Evans wouldn't work for Cellino
Rotherham United manager Steve Evans says that he could never work under Massimo Cellino.
He believes that the Italian's influence over the manager is something he wouldn't stand for at Leeds United and, therefore, he wouldn't take the job.
“If you are a Dave Hockaday, Darko Milanic or whoever you are – if you take the job under Massimo, you know the rules; he picks the players, you coach the players," he said to the Yorkshire Evening Post.
“My interest is the Millers and I pick the players, whether they come, whether they go and our chairman supports that. The minute he doesn’t support it, I go."
Gray highlights problem for Nuhiu
Sheffield Wednesday boss Stuart Gray says that Atdhe Nuhiu's height can be a problem for him.
The Owls striker can be singled out because of his presence and it means that he loses a lot of his space, according to Gray.
“The problem Atdhe has is that sometime the opposition will look at him, the size of him and the problems he can cause and make allowances for it," he said to the Sheffield Star.
“They will put one player in front screening him so when we do get the ball into him and receives possession, his space is already taken up."
Holt enjoying Huddersfield stay
Huddersfield Town loanee has praised Chris Powell's training methods.
The experienced striker, who joined the club on loan last month, says he is enjoying his time at the John Smith's Stadium due to Powell's sessions.
"The manager makes training enjoyable – he makes sure the work gets done but also has the lads with a smile on their faces," he said to the Carlisle News and Star.
Clough wants calm
Sheffield United manager Nigel Clough insists that he wants calm in their upcoming derby match against Bradford City.
The Blades boss feels he has enough experience in his squad to be able to avoid too feisty and encounter.
"We’ve got some good experience here, people who are used to being in big game situations and highly-charged atmospheres such as the one we’re going to encounter at Bradford," he said to the Sheffield Telegraph. "They know how they should be going about things and what they’ve got to do.”