Charlton Athletic manager Lee Bowyer has admitted that it will be could to persuade star striker Lyle Taylor to put pen to paper on a new contract at The Valley, with Brentford and other sides keen to sign the goalscorer. Over the course of the summer transfer window, Lyle Taylor was frequently linked with a [...]
Published Tuesday at 01:56 pm on The 72
Town boss Paul Lambert believes the summer interest from QPR unsettled midfielder Alan Judge but says the Irish international is now getting closer to his best form after a slow start to the season following the broken wrist he suffered in June which saw him miss all but 45 minutes of the pre-season friendly programme.
Published yesterday at 11:46 am on TWTD.co.uk
Young striker scores the winner off the bench in a 1-0 victory over Brentford
Published yesterday at 01:01 pm on Arsenal.com
Leeds maintain their unbeaten start to the season as substitute Eddie Nketiah's first Championship goal beats Brentford.
Published last Wednesday at 09:56 pm on BBC Football
Town boss Paul Lambert says he’ll make “one or two” changes to his side as the Blues face AFC Wimbledon at Portman Road on Tuesday with games coming thick and fast.
Published last Monday at 05:16 pm on TWTD.co.uk
Watch every Sky Bet Championship midweek match live on Sky Sports this Tuesday and Wednesday night.
Published last Monday at 02:16 pm on SkySports
Blues boss Paul Lambert welcomed owner Marcus Evans loosening the purse strings for the signing of Kane Vincent-Young from Colchester, which looks set to be completed today, but says he needs another two new recruits.
Published Friday at 11:51 am on TWTD.co.uk
Brighton boss Graham Potter has praised new signing Neal Maupay after the former Brentford striker scored on his debut at Watford on Sunday.
Published Thursday at 03:01 pm on SkySports
Town have agreed to pay Colchester United £500,000 for right-back Kane Vincent-Young, the first fee the Blues have shelled out for a player this summer.
Published Thursday at 12:41 pm on TWTD.co.uk
Dean Smith is enjoying the biggest moment of his 30-year career in the game by leading his beloved Aston Villa back into the Premier League this season. But, as Greg Whelan discovered, fate hasn't always been kind to him.
Published Friday at 05:16 pm on SkySports
Our 20-year-old striker will spend the 2019/20 campaign on loan with the Championship side
Published Thursday at 04:08 pm on Arsenal.com