Neil Warnock has made the shortlist for the vacant manager's job at Rotherham, according to the BBC.

The former Huddersfield Town boss, who led the Terriers to promotion in 1995, is believed to be one of three candidates under consideration, all of whom are due to be interviewed this week.

The Millers sacked Neil Redfearn on Monday and hope to appoint his successor before kick off on Saturday, when they face Birmingham City.

Warnock is available after leaving QPR in December.

Everton and Aston Villa are set to go head to head in the summer to sign Leeds United goalkeeping starlet Bailey Peacock-Farrell.

The Toffees are looking for reinforcements with Tim Howard likely to depart for MLS, while Villa's squad is likely to undergo a reshuffle should they face relegation from the Premier League.

Peacock-Farrell has impressed in the u21s and has been promoted to the first team squad as back up keeper in recent weeks.

Massimo Cellino

The Leeds 'pie tax' is also back in the news after owner Massimo Cellino claimed comments that the charges were a "punishment" for fan criticism were simply a joke.

The £5 ticket increase caused huge controversy back in December, with a voucher for refreshments at the stadium offered in exchange.

However, Cellino has played down comments made to an Italian journalist suggesting it was a response to criticism of his ownership from spectators in the South Stand, and said the charge was introduced in an aim to get fans drinking inside the stadium rather than in pubs outside the ground.

Wolves supporters are set to boycott their upcoming away trip to Middlesbrough over rising ticket prices .

Each seat is set to cost £32 for the game at the Riverside, which has been moved to a Friday night for live broadcast on Sky Sports, and Hatherton Wolves - the largest independent Wolves supporters club, have said that "enough is enough".

The club have been organising travel to matches for 27 years but felt prices were too high for the game.

Hull City striker Abel Hernandez is dreaming of a return to Italy and would like to try his luck at the top of Serie A before returning to Palermo to end his career.

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The 25-year-old insists his current aim is helping the Tigers back to the Premier League, but the lure of European competition is proving strong.

He told Italian media: "My main goal is to arrive in the Premier League with Hull City, then play in European competitions with the Tigers or with a stronger team.

"Then I want to head back to Italy with a big club such as Juventus, Inter or Napoli before finally returning to Palermo, where I felt very good."

Paul Lambert has ruled out re-signing Jermaine Jones for Blackburn Rovers according to reports today.

The USA international spent six months on loan at Rovers in 2011 and is now a free agent after rejecting a deal with MLS side New England Revolution.

Rovers were linked with a reunion with the 34-year-old, but the new boss is apparently not interested in adding Jones to his squad.

Nottingham Forest manager Dougie Freedman has said that unity between fans, players and staff is key to success ahead of Huddersfield Town's trip to the City Ground at the weekend.

NOTTINGHAM, ENGLAND - JANUARY 09: Dougie Freedman Manager of Nottingham Forest during The Emirates FA Cup Third Round match between Nottingham Forest and Queens Park Rangers at City Ground on January 9, 2016 in Nottingham, England. (Photo by Tony Marshall/Getty Images)

The manager believes the fans are buying into the club's vision and a united front will be key as they strive to get back to England's top tier.

He declared: "I will always remember them clapping us off the pitch after we had suffered defeats, in the past.

"I want them to join in with what is happening. I want to make sure that if we ever do get anywhere; if we ever do enjoy success and get to the top division or even to cup finals, we have to do it together.

"I cannot do it on my own. We need the fans, we need the coaching staff, we need the chairman and my own contribution as well."

Three Championship clubs have had players nominated for the London Football League Player of the Year award .

Fulham star Moussa Dembele heads the list while teammate Ross McCormack is also up for the gong. Brentford 's Alan Judge and QPR 's Matt Phillips have have also been named among the contenders after fine individual seasons.

Leyton Orient's Jay Simpson is the only player from outside the Championship to be nominated.