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Live Reporting

Greg O'Keeffe and Daryl Hammond

All times stated are UK

  1. Bye for now

    Few remain from the last crop of players managed by Sir Alex Ferguson. One is Ashley Young, signed from Aston Villa back in 2011 and the big news from Old Trafford this morning is the England International has extended his stay at the club for a further year,

    You can read the full story here, but be sure to scroll through for news and reaction from this weekend's football.

    Ashley Young
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    Sir Alex Ferguson

    David: We can only dream of Sir Alex returning to the Old Trafford bench.

    You and I am sure many Manchester United fans...

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    SMS Message: How about Gary Johnson returning to Yeovil? Got them into the Football League for the first time in their history in 2003 and then steered them into League 1. Returned in 2012 to guide them into the Championship the following season for the first time in their history! Some great memories of him. from Jason- (Yeovil fan!)
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    Gary Johnson at Yeovil
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    Ryan: As a Cheltenham fan, I'd love to have Mark Yates back as manager. Guided us to one play-off final and one play off semi final in just two seasons. Unfortunately, his sacking led to Paul Buckle....

    Mark Yates
  5. How's your touch?

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    Hats off to the quick-instincts of this Aberdeen fan!

  6. Burnley will double Pope's wages - rumours

    Burnley goalkeeper Nick Pope
    Image caption: Burnley goalkeeper Nick Pope

    Burnley are reportedy willing to double goalkeeper Nick Pope's wages to stave off interest from fellow Premier League side Newcastle.

    The 25-year-old, who has been called up to the England squad for the first time, is on £15,000 a week at Turf Moor.

    That's one of the rumours in today's gossip column - more here if you haven't caught up already.

  7. Fan reacts with lightning reflexes to Kenny McLean shot

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    Video caption: A fans' quick reactions at Pittodrie saves the pie and Bovril of a fellow-supporter

    A fans' quick reactions at Pittodrie saves the pie and Bovril of a fellow-supporter when Kenny McLean's shot whistles over the crossbar

  8. 'I would have Dortmund job if not for bomb attack'

    Thomas Tuchel

    Former Borussia Dortmund manager Thomas Tuchel says he would still be in a job were it not for the terrorist bomb attack on the Dortmund bus last year, as reported by BILD.

    The German, 44, is speaking as a witness at the trial of the accused bomber, who attacked BVB's bus on their way to a Champions League quarter-final first leg tie against Monaco.

    Board members of the two clubs decided to postpone the match until the next day, a point of contention for Tuchel, who wanted more time with Marc Barta hospitalised by the clash.

    It reportedly fractured his relationship with the club and Dortmund CEO Karl Hans-Joachim Watzke.

    When asked if he would still have a job had it not happened, he replied "I would assume so, yes."

    His side were knocked out of the Champions League, and was sacked two months later, despite winning the German Cup days beforehand.

    Dortmund bus
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    John: Obviously Graham Taylor's return to Watford; two promotions to the Premier League in 1999 and the club buying Arsenal's old training ground. And a 1-0 league win at Anfield, thanks to Tommy Mooney. Which wasn't quite the result last weekend!

  12. Tonight's football

    Doncaster V Bradford - 19:45 (GMT)

    Doncaster's Keepmoat stadium
    Image caption: Doncaster's Keepmoat stadium

    Doncaster, who are 17th and four points above relegation in League One, host Bradford tonight at the Keepmoat stadium.

    You can keep up with the score of the Yorkshire derby later here and listen to live coverage here.

  13. Buffon - 'I am here for Astori'

    Gianluigi Buffon at the funeral service for Davide Astori on 8 March in Florence
    Image caption: Gianluigi Buffon at the funeral service for Davide Astori on 8 March in Florence

    Italy have included veteran goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon in their squad for this month's friendlies.

    The 40-year-old, who has made 175 appearances, had confirmed his international retirement in November after Italy's World Cup qualifying failure.

    But he subsequently said he would accept a call-up from interim coach Luigi Di Biagio and was duly named in the squad for the matches against England on 23 March and Argentina four days later.

    "I am a coherent and responsible person," Spanish newspaper AS have reported him as saying.

    "That's enough to explain my presence here. I've always been able to unite this squad and I'd like people to see my presence here under this point of view.

    "I am here for Astori as well, it's another reason why I wanted to be here."

  14. Should he have gone for this?

    Motherwell confirm appeal

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    Motherwell have confirmed they lodged an appeal against the red card shown to defender Cedric Kipre in Sunday's 0-0 draw with Celtic.

    Frenchman Kipre, 21, was judged to have lashed out at Scott Brown with his boot following a push from the Celtic captain before half-time at Fir Park.

    After the game, Well manager Stephen Robinson insisted referee Craig Thomson had made the wrong decision. "I've seen it back, so I'm 100% certain it's not a red card," Robinson said.

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    Nigel Pearson

    Chris: Nigel Pearson back to Leicester. Playoffs, Championship title then the great escape!

    David: 'Don't be an Ostrich'. Big Nigel Pearson is still the best return to a football club that's ever been seen.

    (Another 'unforgettable' manager press conference moment)

  16. EFL: Love at first bite and a baby hat-trick

    The 'mini Beast from the East', Saint Patrick's Day and the Six Nations finale were overriding themes on Saturday, but 32 games were also played across the English Football League.

    Those matches brought tales of red card misery, a baby hat-trick and a case of love at first bite in Swindon.

    Here's our round-up of five things that may have escaped your attention this weekend from the EFL.

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    Image caption: Phil Brown marked his return to the dug-out by masterminding Swindon's victory over Cambridge in League Two.
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