We bring you the latest news from Leeds, Sheffield Wednesday, Sheffield United and Huddersfield Town.
In 1988, Karen Hester took a job as a part-time cleaner at Adnams to earn money while caring for her two children. Now she runs the entire company’s day-to-day operations and will join the Suffolk brewer’s board as its first female executive director in April.
After another below-par performance - against Chelsea - for Mesut Ozil in yet another big game, we take a look back at the whoscored ratings of his previous performances in similar built up matches.
Nottingham Forest manager Stuart Pearce has moved to praise Britt Assombalonga's defensive ability.
George Perez, a former computer programmer for Bernard Madoff who was convicted in March of aiding his boss' massive Ponzi scheme, got support from a noteworthy source this week: Madoff himself.
Juventus are said to be planning to quiz midfield star Arturo Vidal about his future once he returns from international duty with Chile.
Kenny Jackett has said he will allow Bakary Sako to leave Wolverhampton Wanderers if a Premier League club comes in for him.
Derby County's Paul Coutts, Jake Buxton and Jordon Ibe are all on the verge of fitness.
Tony Mowbray is in the frame to be appointed manager of Championship strugglers Bolton Wanderers.
Manchester United youngster Tyler Blackett has been speaking about record signing Angel Di Maria.
Swansea City boss Garry Monk has been praised for leading the Swans to three wins from three games so far - but today's plaudit was slightly strange.
Dutch winger Arjen Robben worked with Louis van Gaal at Bayern Munich and with the Netherlands, and has backed the Manchester United boss for success.
Derby County first team coach Paul Simpson says he's hoping that Will Hughes and Simon Dawkins return from international duty unscathed this week.