It’s only two sleeps until Christmas and three sleeps until the next round of festive fixtures gets under way, as sides all over the Premier League and Football League look to create some momentum for themselves heading into 2015.
We’ve decided to take a look back on this day last year to see which stories were grabbing the headlines.
‘Tottenham appoint Tim Sherwood as boss’
Tottenham Hotspur handed Tim Sherwood an 18 month contract to become manager.
Sherwood had been in temporary charge of the side before the decision was made though unfortunately it didn’t work out, with him sacked at the end of last season.
“We believe Tim has both the knowledge and the drive to take the squad forward. We were extremely reluctant to make a change mid-season, but felt we had to do so in the club's best interests,” said chairman Daniel Levy.
‘Moyes reveals January transfer plans’
Former Manchester United manager David Moyes gave a hint over his possible January transfer plans.
Moyes said he was going to try and improve the squad, but was considering using players in the Manchester United youth system to give him extra options.
“We will try in January. I am quite actively looking at our own boys. The likes of Jesse Lingard, Nick Powell and Ryan Tunnicliffe,” said the Scot.
‘Suarez: I dream of a Liverpool title’
Former Liverpool striker Luis Suarez admitted that he dreamed of winning the Premier League title with the club.
The Reds got extremely close to winning the league last season, with their form dipping over the final few games as they eventually finished second.
“It's my dream; I hope to win the league and a big trophy with Liverpool. It's my dream. When I win that, I will remember my family,” Suarez told LFC TV.