English football on the brink: Premier League weathering storm of no fans, but lower leagues are in trouble
The coronavirus pandemic has hurt English football in 2020, but the longer fans are unable to attend matches, the worse it could get for all clubs.
When he went into business away from football, Ian Henderson wanted to set up his financial future. Coronavirus has made the move even more shrewd.
Veteran striker Aaron Wilbraham came off the bench to earn third-tier Rochdale a 1-1 draw at home to Newcastle United in the FA Cup.
Manchester United's current malaise was laid bare as they struggled past third-tier Rochdale 5-3 on penalties after a 1-1 draw in the Carabao Cup.
Joe Thompson has announced his decision after being unable to overcome a hamstring injury sustained on the opening day of the League One season.
Oldham boss Richie Wellens said: "If he's a fan running on the pitch he's picking on the wrong lad in Gerrard because I've seen him box.
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