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Sacked Leicester player Adam Smith signs for Northampton

One of the three Leicester players sacked following the emergence of a sexually-explicit video in which racist language was used has been signed by League Two club Northampton.

Goalkeeper Adam Smith, 22, has signed a two-year deal with Northampton and becomes the first of the trio of ex-Foxes players to find a new team after he was axed along with James Pearson and Tom Hopper earlier this month.

Leicester terminated the contracts of Pearson, son of Leicester boss Nigel, and the two other players...

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West Ham Olympic Stadium 'secret' should be revealed - Barry Hearn

West Ham will move into their new stadium for the start of the 2016-17 season.

The full details of West Ham United's deal as tenants of the Olympic Stadium should be made public, according to former Leyton Orient chairman Barry Hearn.

West Ham are to play their final season at Upton Park before moving to the converted 54,000-seater Olympic Stadium in the 2016-17 campaign.

Last week it was revealed the cost of converting the Olympic Stadium into West Ham's new home has risen to £272 million, rocketing the overall cost of the project to £701m.

The Hammers are to pay...

League Two fixtures 2015-16

League Two fixtures for the new season. All fixtures subject to change for television coverage.


- Premier League
- League Championship
- League One
- League Two
- Capital One Cup draw

Saturday, August 8th, 2015

A.F.C. Wimbledon v Plymouth Argyle
Accrington Stanley v Luton Town
Bristol Rovers v Northampton Town
Cambridge United v Newport County
Exeter City v Yeovil Town
Hartlepool United v Morecambe
Leyton Orient v Barnet
Mansfield Town v Carlisle United
Oxford United v Crawley Town
Portsmouth v Dagenham & Redbridge
Stevenage v Notts. County
Wycombe Wanderers v York City


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Figures show most managerial sackings in English game since 2002

Gus Poyet paid the price for a poor run of results at Sunderland.

The instability of life as a football manager has been laid out in stark detail by the League Managers' Association (LMA), which on Friday revealed the average tenure in the English game is just 1.23 years.

For bosses in the Championship, where there were 20 dismissals last season, the average spell in charge is even lower, at just 0.86 years.

There was a total 47 manager dismissals in the 2014-15 season...

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Football League mulls adoption of a 'Rooney Rule'

Kick It Out has welcomed the Football League's historic decision to propose a version of the "Rooney Rule."

Chairman Greg Clarke received the backing of clubs at the Football League Owners' and Executives' Conference 2015 in Portugal for the initiatives which aim to increase employment opportunities for managers and coaches from a Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) background, with currently only six such managers out of the 72 members.