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Hunt to warn of schools extremism Labour's Tristram Hunt is to issue a tough warning against religious extremism in schools.
McInnes urges his Dons to shoot Derek McInnes urges his Aberdeen side to take more shots after they draw 0-0 with Inverness in the Scottish Premiership.
I don't know my best team - Sherwood Tottenham manager Tim Sherwood says he has so many players of a similar standard that he is unsure of his best side.
Hazard may miss Madrid trip Chelsea assistant coach Steve Holland says Eden Hazard will need to return to full training quickly if he is to be considered for Tuesday's Champions League...
Mel a mentor for Berahino West Brom head coach Pepe Mel is trying to be a "sporting mentor" for Albion striker Saido Berahino.
McClaren: Burnley will go up Derby manager Steve McClaren has declared Burnley certainties for automatic promotion despite delaying their return to the Premier League with a 2-0 win at...
Blades keep Stevenage in mire Sheffield United kept their slim play-off hopes alive with a 1-0 win over Stevenage after John Mousinho's early own goal proved to be decisive.
Reach checks Posh play-off push Bradford all but secured their Sky Bet League One future with a narrow but deserved 1-0 win over sixth-placed Peterborough.
Inverness boss laments missed chances Inverness Caledonian Thistle boss John Hughes reflects on "two points lost" following the 0-0 draw with Aberdeen.
Hughes praises performance Inverness Caley boss John Hughes believes his team should have taken more from their 0-0 draw with Aberdeen.
Aberdeen settle for a draw Aberdeen missed the opportunity to widen the gap with Motherwell to six points in the race for second place in the Scottish Premiership as they drew 0-0...
Derby win makes Burnley wait Derby County beat Doncaster 2-0 to keep the heat on Burnley in the race for automatic promotion to the Premier League.
Ferguson plays down bust-up Barry Ferguson concedes tensions at Blackpool are naturally high, but he played down a public confrontation between coach Bob Malcolm and striker Stephen...
Clarke recognises derby importance Joe Clarke says Wrexham players are well aware what Saturday's cross-border derby with Chester means to the club's supporters.
Smith winner delights Cooper Swindon manager Mark Cooper was delighted with Michael Smith's dramatic winner in the 2-1 win over Coventry.
Stags angry over spot-kick Mansfield boss Paul Cox and his players were left fuming after an injury-time penalty denied the Stags victory at Accrington.
Kerr keen to get some action Motherwell defender Fraser Kerr is looking forward to the Fir Park clash with Celtic in the Sky Live early kick-off on Saturday.
Only way is up for Johnson Oldham boss Lee Johnson is looking upwards rather than nervously over his shoulder after his side's precious 1-0 victory at Colchester.
Cotterill lauds Baldock Steve Cotterill is backing Sam Baldock to clinch the Sky Bet League One Golden Boot award after his brace against Notts County.
Pressley: We need to battle Coventry manager Steven Pressley believes his side are still in a relegation battle following the agonising 2-1 defeat to Swindon.
Edinburgh upbeat despite draw Newport boss Justin Edinburgh remained upbeat despite seeing his side squander a two-goal lead to draw at AFC Wimbledon.
Pitch invasion puzzles Jackett Kenny Jackett refused to let three minor pitch invasions during the game take the shine off Wolves' 6-4 win against Rotherham.
Plenty of fight left in Jackson Shrewsbury boss Mike Jackson insists he will not give up on survival after a 3-1 home defeat to Crewe left them in deep trouble.
Evans: Bring on the play-offs Rotherham boss Steve Evans cannot wait for the League One play-offs after watching his side clinch a 6-4 win at Wolves.
Tisdale: We should have won Paul Tisdale was left wondering what might have been despite seeing his Exeter side halt Chesterfield's promotion charge at Proact Stadium.
Dunne keen to move on Colchester boss Joe Dunne admits the 1-0 defeat to Oldham was hard to take - but is confident heading into Monday's match at Crewe.
Yates at a loss for words Cheltenham manager Mark Yates struggled to understand how his side failed to take all three points against Fleetwood.
Davis joy as Alex make strides Steve Davis is delighted Crewe's League One destiny is in their own hands after a 3-1 victory at relegation rivals Shrewsbury.
Cook looks to the positives Chesterfield manager Paul Cook admitted his team were not at their best against Exeter on Good Friday.
Boss: Pressure on top three Graham Alexander said the pressure was now on those above Fleetwood in the automatic promotion places following a win over Cheltenham.
Harte signs new Cherries contract Veteran Bournemouth left-back Ian Harte signs a new 12-month contract with the Championship club.
Adams' pleased with Vale win Port Vale boss Micky Adams saluted his players and the club's fans following a 1-0 home win against MK Dons.
Alfreton Town 3-3 Grimsby Town Alfreton and Grimsby fight out a six-goal thriller after kick-off is delayed by the late arrival of the Mariners' team bus.
Ainsworth questions decision Gareth Ainsworth was frustrated by a late offside call which denied Wycombe victory in a 1-1 draw with fellow strugglers Northampton.