Tottenham Hotspur, at the moment, are in the Premier League title race.
Everton, Newcastle United and Sunderland scouts will be watching Austria take on Wales this evening.
Leeds United parted ways with Steve Evans before the current season started.
Steve Bruce is the heavy favourite to land the Aston Villa job now.
West Ham’s vice-chair, Karren Brady, has defended the club’s controversial move to the London Stadium, insisting the shift from Upton Park had been a success and was a crucial part of “rebranding” the club.
Chris Coleman has dismissed Marcel Koller’s suggestion that Wales were lucky at Euro 2016 and, in a carefully worded response, implied the Austria coach was in charge of a team who “couldn’t handle the pressure in the tournament”. Speaking before Thursday night’s World Cup qualifier in Vienna, Koller said Wales “were lucky that a match did not turn in another direction” in France, prompting Coleman to defend his players.
Gareth Southgate has the required ruthless streak to be England’s next permanent manager, according to John Stones, and members of his first squad are impressed with the time he has taken to speak with them on an individual basis since they convened at St George’s Park this week.
As Chris Coleman reflected on how times have changed for Wales after Euro 2016, the manager gave an insight into just how much his own life has been turned on its head as he recalled last month’s Uefa national team coaches’ conference in Paris and laughed about the fact he no longer needs to wear a name badge.
It is not often a footballer starts an interview by telling a group of journalists he has missed them and, if the line had been delivered by anyone other than Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, the sarcasm detectors might never have recovered.
Middlesbrough and Liverpool also manage to come out on top in key areas.