16 EFL Conclusions is back after another fine week of non-Premier League football. How about that Jarrod Bowen?
Tim Sherwood and John Carver narrowly missed the cut for our top ten Premier League managers of the decade.
Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson has revealed how Roy Keane had a positive effect on his fledgling career.
Pellegrini, Hasenhuttl and Emery can rest easy. We're not in sacking season yet.
Leeds top? Everything has changed. Mind you, Man United in mid-table and Newcastle 19th sounds about right.
Manchester City maintained their grip on the Carabao Cup as they progressed to the quarter-finals with a 3-1 home win against Southampton.
Our latest edition of EFL Conclusions starts with Middlesbrough, ends with entertainment and covers plenty in between.
Manchester United will face Chelsea in the Carabao Cup fourth round, while Arsenal await Liverpool.
West Ham were beaten 4-0 by Oxford United, and Sheffield United 1-0 by Sunderland. Aston Villa, Burton and Wolves are through.
Our latest edition of 16 EFL Conclusions takes us from Huddersfield to Cheltenham, with a few stops in between.
Watford are banking on Quique Sanchez Flores having enough time to turn things around. But it often doesn't work out like that...
Where better to start than with EFL kings Swansea? Don't forget Charlton, Exeter or Jude Bellingham, mind.
Harry Maguire would top this list by an absolute mile if his move to Man United goes through for the reported fee.
Man Utd's response is that is is a tiny fraction. Or "0.0004 per cent of our matchgoing fanbase".
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