Sam Allardyce chooses the best XI he has worked with, including Bolton Wanderers and Newcastle United stars.
The Championship season kicks off in just under two weeks but speculation persists regarding Jackett's future.
The striker left the Scottish Premiership side earlier this summer.
Peter Beardsley believes Newcastle United's U21 side have a couple of very exciting talents among the group.
Mark Warburton has signed nine players for Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers, but he loves this one's attitude so far.
The defender joined Liverpool from Augsburg earlier this month.
Leicester City took on Celtic in the International Champions Cup this weekend.
Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers are set to face Stranraer tomorrow.
The Rams are keen on the West Bromwich Albion defender.
Newcastle United have signed Grant Hanley from Blackburn Rovers.
Would Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey be a good signing for Everton in the summer transfer window?
Liverpool lost against Crystal Palace in the Premier League at the weekend.
Everton are reportedly concerned that Manchester United will pip them to the signing of Burnley defender Michael Keane.
John Terry knows Brendan Rodgers well from their time at Chelsea - and a reunion at Celtic could give the 36-year-old a fitting send off.
Arsenal won against Manchester City in the FA Cup at the weekend.
West Ham United played host to Everton at the weekend.
Signed on loan, was Mo Barrow a terrible signing by Leeds United or purely a desperate one?
Garth Crooks praises Arsenal's Gabriel Paulista.
Aston Villa ran out as 1-0 winners over Birmingham City yesterday.
Manchester United striker has been linked with a return to Everton.
It was much to the amusement of his press-box colleagues that not so very long ago, John Woodcock, the eminent former cricket correspondent of The Times, began a piece with the words: “As recently as 1936 …”
Long before the words had tumbled out of Mo Farah’s mouth, his victory smile gave the game away. After months enduring his own private purgatory, neither bad nor brilliant but somewhere in between, Britain’s double Olympic champion believes he is back near his very best.
A tired but satisfied Joe Root revealed some words from England’s bowling coach, Ottis Gibson, on the first day at Old Trafford were the inspiration behind the highest and longest of his 10 Test hundreds.