David Pemsel has a chance to change the narrative on the Premier League and consider everyone...
This is not a team full of has-beens and failures but young, hungry players. They are top of the league.
Liverpool have been fined £200,000 for fielding an ineligible player in the Carabao Cup
It's been a disastrous year for Paul Hurst and Scunthorpe. Is their first win too little too late?
This Derby squad is not good enough for promotion. That should buy Philip Cocu some time...
Police have started a fraud inquiry into the cash crisis that ultimately led to Bury's expulsion from the EFL.
Football carries on after one club was destroyed by a two-bit arsehole. We are all Bury.
The sale of crisis club Bolton Wanderers to Football Ventures was completed on Wednesday evening.
Bolton have been told by their administrator that plans to shut down the club have been put on hold.
Former Bury director Joy Hart believes the club's battle to preserve their EFL status is "looking fairly positive".
Bolton administrator Paul Appleton hopes there will be a "positive outcome" before today's 5pm deadline.
Bolton face liquidation later this week unless a deal to buy the club can be resurrected at the 11th hour.
It's as you were for Leeds United. Unfortunately, the same can also be said of Boro...
...because everything the Cowley brothers have touched so far has turned to gold.
Video assistant referees will not be used in the Championship play-off final despite £180m being at stake.
Another Sunderland relegation was confirmed in controversial circumstances. All the EFL ups and downs here...
The EFL have addressed Wolves' rivals concerns over the leaders' connections with Jorge Mendes...
Television coverage of the English Football League is set for a radical overhaul.
The PL will discuss closing the transfer window before the season starts, and the EFL will follow suit.
Accrington's chairman does not hold back in his scathing attack on the PL over Zlatan and Pogba.
That will be Aston Villa, Derby and Leeds, and maybe. And the service is only available to overseas fans.
Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United and Tottenham are all out.
The EFL will reveal which clubs opted to accept their invitation to enter the revamped EFL Trophy.
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