Former Huddersfield Town manager Neil Warnock is back in the Championship with Rotherham .
The Millers have confirmed the appointment, with Warnock due to take charge until the end of the season.
A former player for the club, Rotherham are now the 16th club he has managed, and the 67-year-old has 16 games to save them from relegation - with the Millers currently three points from safety.
A sign protesting against Leeds United owner Massimo Cellino has been taken down.
The poster appeared on an advertising board outside Elland Road on Thursday but has now been removed after legal action was threatened.
Cellino is currently appealing a football league ban.
Stan Collymore has backed Middlesbrough, Hull City and Nottingham Forest to gain promotion to the Premier League this season.
While the former two lead the division, Forest, who Town face on Saturday, are in 10th - eight points from the play-off spots.
Collymore refused to back Derby County, who lie 5th and have just relieved Paul Clement of his duties as manager.
Speaking of Middlesbrough , Jordan Rhodes has said he does not expect to start when Aitor Karanka's men face Leeds on Monday night.
The deadline day signing has made two sub appearances so far for his new club, and scored a stoppage time equaliser at MK Dons in midweek.
He told the FL72 podcast : “No not at all, the manager has an array of talent and a squad full of fantastic players.
“I’ll go into training bright and lively and do the very best I can, and if I get selected (to start) then great. But if not, I’ll support the lads who are selected.
“I like playing football for a living, there’s no better job - whoever it is for. It would be great to play in the Premier League one day and go home and watch our match on Match of the Day, but I just like to play football."
Bolton Wanderers fans are hoping Floyd Mayweather could be in line to take over the club - after he was pictured with a Bolton shirt.
Currently on a tour of the UK, the boxer passed through the Macron Stadium and posed happily with the personalised shirt.
It prompted a few cheeky replies on twitter asking him if he fancied buying a football club during his UK visit.
Gary Rowett has denied rumours he is set to take over at Derby County as mere media speculation.
The Birmingham City boss insist he is "incredibly focused" on Birmingham City and their push for the play-offs.
Rowett was installed as the bookies favourite for the Rams job as soon as Paul Clement was sacked on Monday.
He declared: “It’s a natural link, I live in Derbyshire, my lad goes to the games, I played for them. It’s another fantastic club - like the one we are at now.
“You know it’s going to come up, you know it’s going to be the same sort of conversation but I can only say the same sort of things.
“I am flattered by the link - although the link is just in the media and has certainly not come from any club approach or anything like that.
“The big thing for me is it means we are doing well and having some sort of success here."
Cardiff City owner Vincent Tan has delivered a pep talk to his players focused on scoring more goals - comparing it to marrying a beautiful woman.
In a bizarre comparison, Tan said: "I gave them a pep talk and said they have GOT to start shooting.
"I told them David Marshall is keeping clean sheets, yet look at the stats. There are more draws than wins. David is doing his bit of the bargain, I told them, so clearly you guys are not scoring enough.
"In every match I want to see 30 or 40 attempts on goal, at least. Just shoot from 25, 30 yards, I told them.
"Have you seen ugly men walking around with a very beautiful wife? Well that's because they've asked 30, 40, 50 times before getting a yes.
"On the other hand, you'll see a handsome man ask once, get a 'no' in response and that's it.
"So the more you try, the more success you'll have. We need a lot more goal attempts, we'll score more and win games."
Sheffield Wednesday are considering a training ground move to help lay the groundwork for promotion.
Owner Dejphon Chansiri is studying the Owls on and off the field, and the current Middlewood training ground has been deemed outdated and not suitable for the demands of modern Premier League football.
Head Coach Carlos Carvalhal said : "To be a club at another level, we know the facilities are not at the level that we need it to be at. The chairman is caring about that. He knows, but he can’t do everything in one minute. Like we can’t build a team in a few weeks or months."