Leeds United director Edoardo Cellino, son of owner Massimo Cellino, has been charged by the Football Association over comments made on social media.
Edoardo made offensive remarks to several Leeds fans, including calling one fan a "spastic" and a "moron" and referring to a female supporter as a "whale" during exchanges on Facebook and Instagram last month.
He later apologised for the comments, but the FA have chosen to charge him, saying today that the offence was seen as an “aggravated breach” due to the reference to disability.
He has until April 11 to respond.
Jose Mourinho has been keeping close tabs on reported Manchester United target Moussa Dembele - according to the Metro.
The former Chelsea boss, linked with a move to Old Trafford in the summer, watched Fulham striker Dembele score against MK Dons last weekend.
Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur have also been linked with his signature.
Sheffield Wednesday boss Carlos Carvalhal has moved to clarify his future after claiming remarks made over a move to a Premier League side were down to bad translation.
And the Portuguese has offered £1000 to anyone who can find reference to the word "Premiership" in his interview with newspaper Record.
He was quoted as telling the newspaper: "We'll see what the future holds, if there will be an invitation from a Premier League club - there are already some whispers".
But he has now told BBC Radio Sheffield: "This will translate very bad because he asked me about some rumours about going back to Portugal. He asked me about this and I said 'no I’m okay I’m okay in England and my priority is to stay in England'.
"I am not planning to go back to the first league - not to the Premiership... first league means first league in Portugal. The people who translated the situation did a bad translation."
Steve Bruce has admitted that automatic promotion is now unlikely after watching his Hull City side crash to a 4-0 defeat at Derby County.
It was the third successive away loss for the Tigers, and the club are now closer to seventh than the second automatic promotion spot.
Speaking after the final whistle, Bruce said: "When you're chasing three teams it's very difficult. When you're chasing one then maybe, but we'll try our best to make sure we have a response for the weekend. We have to recover. We have to get ready for the next game."
Bolton Wanderers have moved to discipline two players after they were caught making offensive gestures on camera following defeat to Brentford.
Liam Trotter and David Wheater will be fined and warned about their future conduct.
Ipswich Town are ready to sign Jordan Brown from West Ham according to reports.
The striker made his debut in the Europa League for the Hammers earlier this term but has been on trial with Ipswich as he searches for the promise of first team football.
The youngster impressed while playing for the Tractor Boys' u21 side against Barnsley on Monday.
Paul Lambert is still to decide his long term future at Blackburn Rovers.
The former Aston Villa boss took over last November but says he cannot keep being a spokesman for the club.
He told BBC Radio Lancashire: "We need to wait and see what is going to happen. Once I've had talks with the owners, there's not much more I can say. It's the same as I've been saying for the last few months."
Anthony Pilkington has handed Cardiff City a boost in their quest for the play-offs - the 27-year-old was withdrawn in the 0-0 stalemate with Burnley and departed Turf Moor on crutches but the club have confirmed he avoided serious injury.
The playmaker has had a scan that revealed no damage and a club statement read: "Anthony will resume training with the first-team squad in due course, once suitably rested so as to alleviate symptoms."