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Hull caretaker boss Mike Phelan could be in charge for Saturday's Premier League opener against champions Leicester.
The 53-year-old took temporary charge of the top-flight newcomers, who only have 13 fit senior players, after Steve Bruce left the club last month.
They were denied the chance to speak to Wales boss Chris Coleman, while Gianfranco Zola has also been interviewed.
"I possibly might be in charge against Leicester but you never know what a day can bring in football," Phelan told the Hull Daily Mail.Copyright: Reuters
Darron Cullen: I was once asked to lend a latecomer my boots as I warmed up as sub, 60 mins into a school rugby match. Boots and I went home!
Nick: Rugby in school. Big lad breaks through halfway line, I'm at full-back. Jump on him and he carries me all the way for a try.
Jamie Williams: Intra-school cricket match - out early Lbw for 0. Reduced to 10 batters due to injury so came in as no11, run-out for a duck.
Nottingham Forest manager Philippe Montanier wants to get the Championship side into Europe next season, by winning the EFL Cup.
They face Doncaster in round one on Tuesday.
"It's very important because it is the only way to go into the Europa League," Montanier, who only took charge this summer, told BBC Radio Nottingham.
"I know it's difficult because there are a lot of teams from the Premier League and Championship. It will be a very important game."Copyright: Getty Images
Everton midfielder Gareth Barry says the arrival of new boss Ronald Koeman is keeping him motivated.
The 35-year-old is preparing for his 20th season in the top flight. He has the record for the most Premier League starts - 573.
"No matter what you have done in your career, there's always someone to win over," Barry told Everton's website.
"Now it's going to be Ronald Koeman.There's always a new experience coming along and now it's the new manager. I'm looking forward to working under him."Copyright: Reuters
That's right everyone, legendary ex-Newcastle boss Joe Kinnear is on Twitter now. This is like the day Harry Redknapp signed up.
Meet talented Arsenal midfielder Leah Williamson, who at the age of 19 has already won the FA Cup twice and captained England at three different age groups.
Massive Arsenal fan Leah is now establishing herself as a key part of their team - and is also aiming to make the England senior squad: “No goal is too high,” she insists.Copyright: CBBC
Arsenal and Liverpool want Inter Milan midfielder Marcelo Brozovic, according to Gazzetta World.
The Serie A side value the 23-year-old Croatia international at 30m euro (£25.5m).
Inter are set to appoint Frank de Boer as their new manager after the departure of Roberto Mancini this morning.Copyright: AP
On the back of Juan Mata coming on and off yesterday...
Antoine McAteer: Got my head stuck in the net of the obstacle course in primary school sports day. Forever nicknamed powerpod head after this.
Richard Atherton: Whilst watching an international fencing final I knocked a microphone into the speaker giving the loudest feedback I've heard
Joe Lennon: Came on as a sub for my first Sunday league game a few years back scored in 4 minutes and got subbed back off mid celebration
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Following on from the success of the Euro 2016 Predictor, which was played by more than 380,000 people, we have launched an updated version for the new domestic season.
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Defender Pablo Zabaleta says he is staying at Manchester City and has been told by Pep Guardiola he is part of the manager's plans.
The 31-year-old Argentina full-back told the Manchester Evening News: "There was a lot of speculation - that came from the media.
"I don't know how many times I was away to Italy. It was incredible. Every day there was a new club.
"I had been told by the new manager that I was part of this squad for this season, so I am more than pleased for this because City was my priority."Copyright: Getty Images
West Ham striker Andy Carroll says he has finally reined in his combative style of play in training in a bid to stay fit - because he was told to by fiancee Billi Mucklow.
"My missus got on my case," he said after scoring twice in their friendly with Juventus following an injury-free pre-season.
"It started at home. When she set the ball rolling it was like 'oh yeah, I've got to listen'.
"And obviously it's worked. There a lot of people who have tried to drill it into my head for three or four years now and I haven't really listened.
"You know, take it easy in training, because for my second goal I took out about four players, even my own players - and in training I do that as well, so that's not very good for me or for our players. So I just have to listen to people and take it easy."Copyright: Getty Images
Germany Olympic coach Horst Hrubesch is "annoyed" Arsenal do not play Serge Gnabry more often.
The 21-year-old midfielder, who has made nine Premier League appearances, has scored three goals at Rio 2016 in two games.
"He's shown what he can do to everybody," Hrubesch said on sport1.de. "I'm just annoyed that he is never shown this faith by his club."
Borussia Dortmund defender Matthias Ginter said: "He's our saviour."Copyright: Reuters
Real Madrid have left Gareth Bale and Cristiano Ronaldo out of their squad for tomorrow's Uefa Super Cup with Sevilla.
Wales forward Bale, Portugal captain Ronaldo and defender Pepe, and Germany midfielder Toni Kroos are all left at home following Euro 2016.
Real coach Zinedine Zidane has included his 18-year-old goalkeeper son Luca in the squad going to Trondheim, Norway.Copyright: Getty Images
Oldham Athletic have signed Northern Ireland defender Ryan McLaughlin, in the 16th signing since Steve Robinson took charge in July.
The 21-year-old was released by Liverpool this summer.
"Ryan gives us something we haven't got at the moment which is a bit of pace and energy out wide," boss Robinson told the club's official website.Copyright: Getty Images
On the back of Juan Mata coming on and off yesterday...
Alec Parker: When I've been embarrassed? Every time I take to the pitch
Charlie Bull: Every time our Sunday league team plays!
Callum Ash: I got subbed off literally right after kick off
Northampton Town have signed former Wales defender Lewin Nyatanga on a season-long loan from Barnsley.
The 27-year-old cannot face his parent club tomorrow in the EFL Cup first round.Copyright: Getty Images
Newcastle have loaned 20-year-old forward Ivan Toney to League One side Shrewsbury Town on a half-season deal.
The former Northampton striker played 22 times for Barnsley on loan last season, scoring twice.
He could make his Shrews debut tomorrow in the EFL Cup (the old League Cup) against Huddersfield Town.
Bristol City will not sell Ivory Coast forward Jonathan Kodjia for less than £10m - and would not even sell him to a Championship club for that fee, says owner Steve Lansdown.
The 26-year-old joined the club for about £2m last summer and scored 20 goals in 48 games in 2015-16.
"It would have to be a mega price to prise him away and it would have to be a Premier League side," Lansdown told BBC Radio Bristol. "People have talked about five or six million - no chance.
"If it's not £10 million-plus, we're not even looking at it. If it's £10 million-plus from a Championship club, we're still not looking at it."Copyright: Rex Features