Leeds United fans are planning another march in protest against Massimo Cellino.
Fans' group Time to Go Massimo will join other supporters on a march through the city centre ahead of Saturday's clash with Reading.
“Time To Go Massimo will be marching with fellow fans in protest against the toxic regime that is currently occupying the Leeds United that we hold so dearly to our hearts,” the group said in a statement.
“Our march route will take us from City Square and will cover 2.2 miles of ground through Leeds city centre and Holbeck, before we reach the East Stand of Elland Road to tell Mr Cellino to end the farce of his ownership.”
Fulham wonderkid Ryan Sessegnon is attracting attention from Liverpool and Arsenal - according to the Mirror.
The 15-year-old has been compared to Gareth Bale and the Gunners tried to do a £3m deal for his services in January.
Sessegnon is captain of England u16s and Fulham do not want to sell, but both Premier League sides are set to make bids for his services.
Reading and Bristol City are ready to do battle for former Huddersfield Town winger Adam Hammill, reports the Sun.
Now with Barnsley, Hammill has enjoyed an excellent season including the JPT trophy final at Wembley.
And that hasn't gone unnoticed, with the winger poised for a move back to the Championship.
Brighton and Hove Albion have joined Swansea in the chase for Torino right back Davide Zappacosta.
According to reports in Italy , Zappacosta is a target for Chris Hughton should he lead the Seagulls to promotion.
Signed to replaced the Manchester United-bound Matteo Darmian, the defender has made 22 appearances this term.
Russell Slade believes he has earned a new deal at Cardiff City , even if he fails to lead the Bluebirds to the play-offs.
The manager and his side are five points off the top six with five games to play.
Said Slade : "There's not a contract offer on the table at the moment, but obviously I would love to stay.
"It's been a difficult season at times, but we've remained competitive and credit to the team for that."
Former Manchester United goalkeeper Anders Lindegaard is hoping to secure a permanent move to Preston North End.
The stopper is on loan from West Bromwich Albion, and has finally secured first team football after spending time as a back-up at both the Hawthorns and Old Trafford.
'I don't see myself back at West Brom and I don't think West Brom see themselves as having me back,' said Lindegaard.
'But they've been good to me since Ben Foster got fit. They've been positive in this whole process about what's going to happen next season, whether it's here or some place else.'